Best Uke Chord Chart Around.4
February 21, 2014 by Tim
I have handed out a ton of these Uke Chord Charts in the past year. It is the best and most compact one I have seen. I use it all the time when I want to transpose a song, or looking for a new way to do a chord (Fretboard map for the win)
I know Fred and he made me some Ukeeku.com branded ones, but that was after I asked to buy a bunch. I never expected them to be branded.
He is a great uke player and person to boot.
Besides just chords it has:
- Fretboard Map
- Chords by Key, so you can transpose easier
- Chords you should know
For $1.39 you get a PDF that you can print as many times as you like, WHAT A DEAL!!
I know you can find free ones, but it will not be half as useful as this one is.
Side Note: I get nothing for telling you about this, I just want everyone to know about it.
Curious, As much as I am sure that this is a good chart. I was wondering about the payment options as at the very bottom of the page it says “That’s less than a large coffee at McDonalds! You don’t need a PayPal account to purchase. Use the link bottom right at checkout: “Don’t have a PayPal account?”
After this little blurb on the next line there is a FaceBook like or share icon, then there are two other icons one for top 50 uke sites and one for top 100 uke sites.
Just where is the link at the check out? where is the check out for that matter?
As I said I am just curious.
The ukeboard, although a bit pricey, has the major advantage of being a stand as well. You could make one yourself, but the original is really nicely made (printed, varnished, non-slip rubber tubes on the sticks).
Tim, thank you very much for this mention! But I’m afraid I’m a better graphic designer than I am a uke player. William Kelly, you just click the big blue button lower left. Hmmm… maybe I am a better uke player than designer. 😉
Hi Tim – think you need to look into the web address – now going to a spammy kind of online TV streaming service.