Know exactly where to start and what to practice to play the music you love on ukulele. All lessons and courses are set up in small, clear steps for you to go at your own pace.
You're not alone in your journey with the help of a private Facebook group. When you join Club Ukulele, I invite you to this group to ask questions and encourage others.
It's impossible to not become a better player. Overcome fear of failure by seeing progress you've made with an intuitive tracking system. See what you've done and where to go next.
From beginner to intermediate, whether you're brand new or need to brush up on your skills, you have the exact steps to play the songs that bring you joy on the ukulele with a growing library of online video lesson courses. There's a lot to dig into all for you to go at your own pace.
Complete Beginner. For those who’ve never picked up a ukulele, begin here. Learn what size ukulele is for you, how to string the ukulele, how to tune, how to hold the ukulele, how to strum your first chord, and play your first song. Get started.
Complete Beginner. Make smooth chord changes and find the right strumming pattern for every song and experience the joy and satisfaction of learning your first songs on ukulele. From classic folk to Hawaiian, you learn these fun, easy songs with just three basic ukulele chords. Get started.
Complete Beginner. Your guide to understanding anything ukulele notation including: chord diagrams, ukulele tab, rhythm charts, chord charts, fretting hand numbers, sheet music, and more. Get started.
Beginner. Learn to strum the 12-bar blues on the ukulele with no singing required. Discover variations on the 12-bar blues and how to create your own intros and turnarounds. Get started.
Beginner. Does your strumming fall apart when you try to play fast? Learn how to strum faster without getting sloppier, while learning a variety of fun uptempo songs. Get started.
Beginner. Learn to play solos with the blues scale over the 12-bar blues progression in multiple positions across the ukulele fretboard. Play riffs and introduce yourself to blues articulation techniques. Get started.
Intermediate. Become a more expressive strummer with percussive strumming techniques including the "chnk" strum and fretting hand muting. Take those techniques to play actual songs. Get started.
Intermediate. Strum and sing eight different famous blues songs, including: Frankie and Johnny, Joe Turner Blues, Hesitation Blues, St. James Infirmary Blues, Crazy Blues, St. Louis Blues, Down Hearted Blues, and Beale Street Blues. Get started.
Intermediate. Combine muting, swing rhythm and fast strumming technique to create toe-tappin' country and bluegrass strums in the style of Johnny Cash. Get started.
Intermediate. An introduction to fingerpicking where you learn picking hand technique and how to pick melody, patterns, and chords. You take your skills to learn two compositions. Get started.
Beginner. An introduction to fingerpicking where you learn picking hand technique and how to pick melody, patterns, and chords. You take your skills to learn two compositions–one original and one by Beethoven. Get started.
Intermediate. Fingerpick the chords of a song you'd normally strum with picking patterns. Learn how to find the right picking pattern for any song and take the picking patterns you learn to play beautiful-sounding songs. Get started.
Advanced. Learn how to make your fingerpicking patterns sound more complex with swung and syncopated fingerpicking pattern rhythms. Discover how to pick songs in the style of country and bluegrass. Get started.
Intermediate. Become a better solo fingerpicking player on the ukulele by learning six arpeggio pieces written in minor keys. Learn new techniques along the way that challenge your fretting hand and picking hand. Get started.
See also what we have planned ahead for you in the coming months.
Become a better solo fingerpicking player on the ukulele by learning six arpeggio pieces written in minor keys. Learn new techniques along the way that challenge your fretting hand and picking hand.
Be a solo ukulele player and tackle five well-loved songs arranged in the style of chord melody. Pick and strum the melody of these songs entirely on the ukulele.
Discover the theory behind the major scale specific to the ukulele. Learn the notes of the fretboard and train your ear to hear notes and intervals.
My name is Brett McQueen and I’m the founder of Ukulele Tricks and author of Ukulele Exercises For Dummies. Nearly 10,000 people have experienced the joy of learning the ukulele in the Ukulele Tricks online video lesson courses I teach known as Strumming Tricks and Fingerpicking Tricks. Now, I invite you to join me in this exciting new monthly membership Club Ukulele to give you easy-to-follow, fun video lessons on a regular basis to help you continue to always grow as a ukulele player.
Get answers to your questions about Club Ukulele.
Absolutely. In fact, Club Ukulele is the best place to start if you're new to ukulele because you have the exact steps to follow saving you time to learn.
Yes. There are courses for beginners to intermediate in multiple styles including strumming, fingerpicking, blues, country, bluegrass, and more.
Every month a new ukulele lesson course is added.
No. As long as you're a Club Ukulele member, courses and lessons never expire.
You're free to continue working on your current course or switch to the new course or work on both at the same time. You set the pace.
Absolutely. It's easy to pause or cancel anytime within your Club Ukulele account. All your lesson progress will be saved incase you decide to resume your lessons at a later time.
Upon cancelling, your access to Club Ukulele continues until the end of your current billing period. After that, you no longer have access to Club Ukulele, however, your lesson progress is saved in case you decide to resume your lessons later.
It's up to you and there's no rush. To see the most improvement in your playing focus on a lesson per week.
Currently, there are over 65 songs to learn to play in Club Ukulele with new songs being added each month.
Absolutely not. It's always the right time to learn to play ukulele. There are students who are in their 70s, 80s and 90s enrolled.