Do you like a little ‘Funk’? Who doesn’t, sometime?!?!
This is super easy and fun. Just awesome!
The only hard part is that you have to barr the chord (only 2nd if you leave 1st one open).
Relax the barr finger occasionally (maybe 2nd and 4th beats) to add different mute / percussive sounds and to relax the fingers.
Roy Sakuma created and offers a nice chord chart that groups chords by progressions within keys.
For example: In the key of C he put the following chords:
i = C | vi = Am | iv = F | V7 = G7 | iii = Em | ii7 = Dm7
This is a great way to practice chords.
Click here for the whole chart!
TinyCards.com (from DuoLingo.com) is a great tool for creating flashcards. You can save the individual chords from UkuleleGo.com and paste them into the flashcard maker. Here is an example I created.
Ukulele Chord Cubes would be great to use like dice or something like that. Here are some sold by Ukulele Magazine.
Ukulele Chord Cubes from UkuleleMagazine.com