Dr. Duck's Dial A Ukulele Chord/Progression

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The "Dial A Ukulele Chord · Dial A Progression" consists of two cardstock circles - one on top of the other - 8 inches across with a grommet in the middle so that the circles spin around ... the top circle has multiple windows that show you how to make every ukulele chord at the first position - in all 12 keys - including the 7th.'s ... they line up to show you which chords go together in each key and are "Color-CODED" in everybody's favorite colors with the Nashville # System designations .

- Also on the front of the dial is the "Color-CODED Quick Check Reference Grid" of the Nashville Number System which goes up to "The 9"... (the 1 is red, the 2 is orange, the 3 is yellow, the 4 is green, etc.)...

- On the back ... a full explanation of the "Nashville # System", how to tune a ukulele along with how to make minor guitar chords

- It also shows you how many sharps or flats are in each key signature, the names of the diatonic scale degrees (tonic, dominant, mediant, etc.), the Solfa names of the scale positions (the do, re, mi's,)

No music reading is necessary to use "Dial A Ukulele Chord · Dial A Progression"

GREAT ! ... for all those who do not have time for a regular diet of ukulele lessons as well as those who want to start playing ukulele ... and anyone else who wants an instant reference on how to make every ukulele chord in all 12 keys at the first position and a Color-CODED quick reference and a detailed explanation of the Nashville Number System.

So ... if you're ever unsure which chords sound best with each other in the key of "Eb" ... just dial up "Eb" and the "Dial A Ukulele Chord · Dial A Progression" will show you which chords go with the key of "Eb", the diagrams show you how to make those chords and which numbers in the Nashville # System the chords are called - (the 1, 2, 4, 5 etc.).

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