Tips That Help You for Playing Ukulele
- Author Richard Jones
- Published May 31, 2018
- Word count 567
Interested in playing Ukulele? Having difficulties with the Ukulele? If you already started learning and just stuck in the rut, then I have some amazing tips and tricks to help you with improving your Ukulele skills. A true musician knows the frustration of creative blockage and I hope that you can overcome any obstacles regarding your ukulele playing with my shared tips.
So what are you waiting for? Let’s get started.
Find the Right Ukulele
Finding the right Ukulele is very important. A ukulele that suited your friend might not be as suitable for you. Finding the right instrument that suits you would definitely help you to improve your playing skills as well as the music you create.
Additionally, when buying the ukulele, try not to buy a cheap one as cheap instruments come with cheap body parts and often make disturbing noises.
Make it a Habit of Tuning Your Ukulele before Playing
Playing an out of tune ukulele might often cause uncompromising damage to your music. The notes you try to strum won’t match the music that reaches your ear. Learning a new cord with a tuneless ukulele will definitely get your musical senses stuck. And this may result in severe frustration when you try to learn new music.
To overcome such problems, you must develop a habit of regularly tuning your ukulele before you start practicing music. There are a couple of easy ways to tune this instrument. Find the best one that suits you the best.
This may sound surprising and a little crazy to some but it’s a fact; the way your ukulele sounds also depends on the length of your fingernail. Neat, shortly clipped nails will produce clean and more distinctive sound from your ukulele.
Try not to play what you Already Know
Playing what you already know over and over often blocks the way for new music to make its way. Leave behind what you know and start focusing on what you don’t know. Practicing a new tune, a new music will definitely develop your creative skills faster than you imagine.
Also, try to switch between high to low G and vice versa very often. This change in force and strings might help you to learn a new way to play.
Learn to Take Things Slowly
It’s not quite unusual to get over excited and tempted about learning a full song all at once. But it’s strictly a No for your own good. Learn and practice a portion of the song at once. By this you will be able to learn fast and rarely make any mistake.
Furthermore, don’t rush at practicing that small piece of music at full speed. It’s true that practice smooths out the mistakes, but it’s also true vigorous practice makes you forget every little detail. So take it slow and just enjoy your music.
Practice, Practice and Practice
Last but definitely not the least, practice playing with your ukulele regularly. Practice makes perfect and there is nothing more important for a musician than to practice with their instruments regularly. Playing ukulele frequently will not only make you an expert and help you to overcome your creative block, but will also keep your beloved instrument working smoothly. It’s commonly believed that keeping your ukulele aside for a few days will affect the way it sounds.
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