Online Ukulele Lessons

Online Ukulele Lessons

by Top Ukulele Teachers


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Our Online Ukulele Classes are here to make sure that your skill-set is in the process of fine-making and that you can develop your talent under the best ukulele techniques taught to you by the best. Learn Ukulele Online, through live training only

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Online Ukulele lessons are taught online via video conferencing tools by Ukulele experts with decades of experience. You'll be receiving personalized training from our expert musicians.

Choose any of the courses offered by renowned Ukulelists from the USA. Custom lesson plans will be made based on your goals and level of knowledge. Read more about the courses from the list above.

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Khilesh Mungur

Vocal Music

Shriranjani B m

Auckland, New Zealand

Anita Bubna

San Jose, United States

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About Online Ukulele Lessons

How to learn to play Ukulele for beginners?

For beginners, you may buy a second-hand guitar for you to learn playing the basics. Start with learning the finger position to play Em or pronounced as E minor, which is one of the most basic chords. Next step is to learn how to hold the guitar and basic strumming. Follow this by learning to play the chord D major. Students need to learn basic music theory in order to be able to read music notations. With proper guidance from a teacher, students can learn the techniques of soloing or lead. For many acoustic guitar beginners, chord changes and progressions are the next logical stage to cover. Though there are several free youtube videos available, nothing can give you the right guidance as much as step-by-step private lessons.

Why Ukulele lessons from ipassio?

ipassio has guitar courses from some of the top guitarists in the world. Students can take private classes seated comfortably at home. From beginner to advanced students, classes are taken step-by-step by the teacher. Students are taught guitar lessons based on their level of understanding as well as their skills. After the classes are taken, teachers will provide several exercises and notations for the students to continue practising. This will enhance their overall skills quickly. Classes are taken via video conferencing usually through Skype. Students are required to install Skype app and connect with teachers live to get guidance. Learning acoustic and electric guitars are slightly different. Whichever you preferred type is, teachers at ipassio can teach you at a deep level.

Topics to be covered

The guitar courses will begin with the very basics of its physical attributes, terminology, types of guitars available, correct posture while holding as well as right and left hand coordination. Students will be educated on the several roles played by a guitarist: lead guitarist, bass and rhythm guitarist. Coming to the theoretical aspects, students will be taught major, minor scales and chords. In later stages, course will cover finger-friendly techniques such as flat-picking and dynamic control. Certain topics like composing music, staff notation, harmonisation and understanding melody and beats. Students will also be taken step by step into playing Western, Indian and instrumental music depending on the guitar teacher.

Different styles in guitar

Two major types of guitars are acoustic and electric. These are usually the ones everyone is accustomed to. The guitar itself is different for acoustic and electric. ELectric guitars. Electric guitar is the heart of rock and roll, and require power chords, power riffs, etc. Acoustic guitar is the one everyone usually starts off with. It does not compulsorily require external power to play it. Some of the other styles of guitar playing include Blues guitar, jazz guitar, country guitar and R&B. Playing styles are very subjective to the guitarist and the teachers at ipassio can help you uncover your hidden interests.