1. 7 years ago

    i really can't figure this one out, can anyone help me??? much appreciated thanks.

  2. http://chordlist.brian-amberg.de/en/ukulele/standard/D/

  3. http://www.tontonremy.com/ukulele/accords/

    On this site you can find any chords you want, even the "slash" chords ! Very useful !

  4. A D/F# already has the F# note in it. So you don't have to alter the way you'd usually play a D chord. But if you'd like to add another way of playing it tho you could do it : 0252... but its not really necessary...

  5. UT

    26 Sep 2012 Administrator

    The answer was on UT, but you probably didn't know how such a chord is called (slash chord or slashed chord):
    How to read a slash chord
    Slash Chords

  6. 5 years ago

    Since D/F# is read "D with an F# in the bass", it's not easy to play a slash chord on an instrument with re-entrant tuning. Probably the closest thing you could do is 7655 and your F# would be on the 3rd string, the lowest F# on a gCEA tuned uke.
    On a baritone uke it would be 4232.

  7. 4 years ago

    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

    http://www.ukulele-chords.com/slash-chord/D-Gb

    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.

  8. 3 years ago

    JaxX

    16 Feb 2016 Moderator
    Edited 3 years ago by JaxX

    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.

  9. http://www.tontonremy.com/ukulele/accords/

    On this site you can find any chords you want, even the "slash" chords ! Very useful !

  10. I am so excited. I was just trying to find inversions for my entire fretboard and you beat me to it! YaY!

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