~Tuesday 19th of June 2018~
Welcome to UkuChords!
UkuChords brings you the ultimate ukulele chord referencing tool! Very advanced, extremely easy to use and above all completely free. Default tuning is GCEA (standard or C tuning) but you can simply select one of the quick tunings (soprano or baritone) to change it immediately. Advanced users can click on the notes in peg heads to even create your own tuning!
After you have selected your tuning you need to first select a root note (e.g. if you are looking for the Am chord, the root note is 'A'). The final step is to then select one of the many chord types available, all of the popular ones are included as well as some more exotic ones. Not happy with the fingering position on the fretboard? Use the arrows in the headstock to look for an alternative playing position, isn't that cool?
UkuChords also got you covered when you're offline! You can download a A2 poster or A4 PDF document which includes in total 180 chord diagrams for all keys. This is not only available for standard (C) tuning, but also for baritone tuning (links below)!
Welcome! On this page you can find the official and original UkuChords ukulele chords charts! These have all main ukulele chord diagrams you can think of for baritone ukuleles in G tuning (DGBE). If you are looking for the same charts but in standard (C) tuning, go here.
In total there 180 chord diagrams included for all keys (A, Bb = A#, B, C, Db = C#, D, Eb = D#, E, F, Gb = F#, G and Ab = G1) and including chord types such as minor, major, augmented, diminished, sixth, seventh, ninth, added and suspended. There are two versions available, both completely free to download and print out but you are under no circumstances not allowed to redistribute or sell them!
Are you new to the ukulele and having trouble reading chord diagrams? Take a look at the very useful guide “Reading Chord Charts” on UkuGuides.
A2 Poster Version
The first one is a high quality poster version, perfect for hanging on your wall, storing on your mobile device, computer or something else of course. It allows you to have a quick overview of all the main ukulele chords. This is ideal for referencing. Click to open the image (then right click and “save as” if you want to download it).
A4 PDF Version
The second version is a PDF version in press quality which has four pages with also all the main chords and is made to be printed on A4 sized paper so you can put it with your notes, in your case,… Click on the image below to download/open it (size is 1.5 MB)