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What are some basic ukulele chords?

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Some basic major ukulele chords are C major, F major and A major. Some basic minor chords include A minor, Gb minor, D minor and E minor.

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The C major and A minor chords require only one finger. For the C major chord, the player presses the first string on the third fret. For the A minor chord, the player presses the last string on the second fret.

The F major, A major and E minor chords need two fingers. For the F major chord, the player presses the second string on the first fret and the fourth fret on the second fret. For A major, the player presses the third string on the first fret and the fourth string on the second fret. For the E minor chord, the player presses the first string on the second fret and the third string on the fourth fret.

The D minor and Gb minor chords require three fingers. For D minor, the player presses the second string on the first fret and the third and fourth strings on the second fret. For the Gb minor chord, the player presses the second and fourth strings on the second fret and the third string on the first fret.

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