i really can't figure this one out, can anyone help me??? much appreciated thanks.
Sometimes you'll run across one of these slash chords which may have been based on a guitar tab or other instrument. It can throw you off.
I would check here at Ukulele-Tabs or on
The solution for a basic uke with standard tuning is often "No such animal" or it would require use of toes and contortionist skills to play.
In this case, simply use a D Chord.
Play a D chord instead. It's often safe to ignore slash chords on the ukulele. Most of them are impossible to play, or don't produce the same nuance we find on the guitar. (because when playable on the uke, bass note is not always on thickest string like on the guitar)
D/F# is a D chord with a F# altered bass-note. Since F# note is already a part of the D chord (formed with the notes D, A, F#), it's meaningless to play this on the ukulele.