Do you play the ukulele? Are you ready for Valentine's Day? No? Well strap yourself in folks, have I got a listicle for you.
13 spooky songs to get you strumming when the weather turns colder and the jack-o-lanterns burn.
Already got a uke and want to get a jump on the holilday season? Or did you just open a brand new ukulele and need to learn some songs before December 26th rolls around? I've got you covered!
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Mastered the basics and want to move on to some more challenging chords? Here's just the songs you need to help you get the hang of them.
Whether your hands are too big or small or your wrist muscles are too weak, some ukulele chords are just plan hard to shape.
Get started on some popular rock songs using a handful of chords you may already know!
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