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Use these moveable chord positions in your ukulele exercises to create different kinds of chords in different kinds of keys across the ukulele fretboard. To do this, line up the root note of the chord (represented by a black dot) with any note.

Major scale: root position
Major scale: root position
Major scale: First inversion
Major scale: First inversion
Major scale: Second inversion
Major scale: Second inversion
Minor scale: Root position
Minor scale: Root position
Minor scale: First inversion
Minor scale: First inversion
Minor scale: Second inversion
Minor scale: Second inversion
Dominant 7th scale: Position 1
Dominant 7th scale: Position 1
Dominant 7th scale: Position 2
Dominant 7th scale: Position 2
Dominant 7th scale: Position 3
Dominant 7th scale: Position 3
Dominant 7th scale: Position 4
Dominant 7th scale: Position 4
Major 7th scale: Position 1
Major 7th scale: Position 1
Major 7th scale: Position 2
Major 7th scale: Position 2
Major 7th scale: Position 3
Major 7th scale: Position 3
Major 7th scale: Position 4
Major 7th scale: Position 4
Minor 7th scale: Position 1
Minor 7th scale: Position 1
Minor 7th scale: Position 2
Minor 7th scale: Position 2
Minor 7th scale: Position 3
Minor 7th scale: Position 3
Minor 7th scale: Position 4
Minor 7th scale: Position 4

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Desi Serna is a guitarist, a guitar teacher, and as called out by Rolling Stone, an expert in music theory. He's the author of several instructional books on guitar. Learn more at guitarmusictheory.com.

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