Master The Ukulele LEVEL 2

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Level 2 is a perfect course for the intermediate ukulele player that has gone through Level 1 and is ready for the next step -

Do You Share Some Of These Common Frustrations?

  • "Where do I start?" - Most people have a hard time knowing where to start, and in what order to learn things. Should you learn strum patterns first? Chords and chord progressions? What about scales?
  • "Switching chords is hard." - Can you play a handful of chords but when you try switch from chord to chord does it take too long? Do you have trouble memorizing chords?
  • "Everything goes too fast." - Playing at home by yourself is fun but when you play along with your favorite song do the chords go by too fast and you get lost?
  • "I don't have time." - I have kids and a full time job. I would love to sit and play ukulele all day but let's face it, I only have about 20 minutes a day to fit in practice with all my other responsibilities.
  • "I've tried learning on my own but I'm stuck." - There are lots of options online (YouTube, Instagram, websites, etc.) but it's hard to follow any kind of step-by-step curriculum when each videos is taught by a different person and the content jumps around so much.

Here is what Uke Like The Pros can do for you:

  • Discover all the chords necessary to play any song that you have every wanted to play. No more wondering "what is that chord shape" when you see chords in songs or see someone else playing. You can start showing others the 'cool' chords you know.
  • Develop amazing right hand technique. The strumming hand is the most important hand when playing the ukulele. I will show you techniques that will help you develop speed, strength, and dexterity.
  • Master the different strum patterns used in all styles of music. Finally be able to hear and play any strum pattern in any song whether it's fast or slow, complex or simple. Through the easy to follow videos I will not only show you (both in the video and with a chord diagram), but you can play along with me until you have the chords "locked" in your head and hands.
  • You'll learn many different styles of music. I'll teach you exactly how to play styles such as pop, rock, jazz, blues, reggae, 'island', country, and fingerstyle. This will open up a whole new world for you as you begin to understand all the nuances that give each style it's unique sound.
  • Develop a strong sense of rhythm and time. One of the most important aspects of playing music is playing with solid time. Each video has a Backing Track so you can play along with the 'band' and learn how to find the groove and keep solid time.
  • You'll get a logical and methodical system for learning the ukulele. The lessons were developed so you can decide where you are as a player and pick the appropriate path. Each lesson will build on things you learned from the previous lesson and you can go at your own pace. Choose between Easy, Intermediate, and Advanced lessons. You'll see the difference in your playing as you master each lesson.
  • Grow your confidence. Feel secure that the information you are learning will help you weather you want to play your favorite songs, write your own songs, play with friends, jam at the beach, or just have a good time in the comfort of your home.
  • Easy to follow. Each lesson has On-Screen Chords, TAB, and Notation. Keep your eyes on the videos and the screen will show you everything that I am demonstrating to you in the video.
  • Each lesson has the option to download the sheet music for each song and lesson. This will help you see the entire form structure of the song and will be a great resource to be able to play the songs anywhere, anytime.
  • Each lesson has a downloadable Backing Track. This will not only help strengthen your rhythm and strumming but will give you the excitement and fun of playing with a band.

What Exactly Will Uke Like The Pros Level 2 Teach Me?

  • Lesson 1 - Beginning Strum Patterns: This lesson reviews the 6 most important strum patterns used in many classic songs. We will cover quarter note and eighth note rhythms using the I - IV - I - V strum pattern (C - F - C - G chords). This information is essential as a ukulele player.
  • Lesson 2 - Advanced Strum Patterns: This lesson looks at 6 of the most popular strum patterns used in contemporary music. We will cover eighth note and sixteenth note rhythms using the I - IV - I - V strum pattern (C - F - C - G chords). This patterns are absolutely necessary to play more challenging songs.
  • Lesson 3 - Knockin' On Heaven's Door: We will re-explore this class Bob Dylan song while working on a more contemporary strum pattern. This lesson will really help you learn to change chords faster as you weave your way between the major and minor chords present in this song.
  • Lesson 4 - Blvd of Broken Dream: Green Day is one of my favorite bands. Matter of fact I recently spend the summer surfing with Billie Joe. This classic progression uses some diatonic and non-diatonic chords to give it an interesting sound and also will introduce the Power Chord.
  • Lesson 5 - With or Without You: U2 is a band that has transcended generations and has fans of all ages. Sometimes simplicity is the greatest thing. You will learn how a song can only use 4 chords for both the verses and choruses and still create a songs that is exciting and fun to play.
  • Lesson 6 - Stand By Me: This timeless favorite by Ben E. King will get the entire crowd singing and tapping their feet. You will learn the 'muted' strum pattern as you explore the magic of the R&B sound.
  • Lesson 7 - Island In The Sun: This lesson takes common chords and twists it up with a syncopated and 'muted' strum pattern in the verses. But then get ready to rock when you hit the power chords that are used in the chorus.
  • Lesson 8: Honky Tonk Woman: Like the Rolling Stones? I love them and have seen them several times in concert. This rock and roll favorite uses 'cowboy' chords and a unique strum pattern to give it a country feel. Join the original 'bad boys' of rock for this one.
  • Lesson 9 - Can't Help Falling In Love: Elvis is considered to be one of the first rock and roll stars, but songs like Love Me Tender and Can't Help Falling In Love showed his softer romantic side. This song has found new 'life' through covers by artists such as Twenty One Pilots. This song will weave between minor, major and dominant 7th chords.
  • Lesson 10 - Wonderful World: Louis Armstrong recorded this timeless song back in 1967 and it re-emerged again in 1993 when 'IZ' recorded it as part of a medley with Somewhere Over The Rainbow. This song is really a jazz song and you will learn many new chords in this one including diminished 7th, minor 7(b5), 7th (b9) and minor 6th chords.
  • Lesson 11 - Hotel California: What can you say? This song has one of the most recognizable progressions heard in music. Although there are not tons of different chords, the order of the chords is somewhat untraditional. This lesson will also help you work on the your contemporary strum patterns. Add some lyrics to this one and you will be the hit of the party.
  • Lesson 12 - Creep: In this lesson you will take 4 bar chords and a sixteenth note strum pattern to imitate this haunting song. This will give your right hand a work out as you learn to maintain a solid and consistent pattern throughout.
  • Lesson 13 - Reggae - Stir It Up: Bob Marley is the 'Father' of Reggae music. With a mix of laid back syncopated grooves and simple 3 chord songs he elevated the music to new heights. This song uses syncopated sixteenth note strum patterns and partial bar chords to produce its sound.
  • Lesson 14 - Reggae - Santeria: The Long Beach band Sublime took rhythms of Reggae and mixed it with Rock to create a cool Southern California sound. In this lesson you will use syncopated eighth note 'off-beats' together with some 'strange' chords. It's great practice in maintaining a consistent beat while trying not to play on the 'down-beats.'
  • Lesson 15 - Classical - Ode To Joy: Ludwig Van Beethoven is hands down the greatest composer of symphonies. He took the Romantic Symphony to levels no one since has been able to exceed. The Ode To Joy melody is heard in his Symphony #9 during the 5th movement. It is a song that will be recognized by anyone on the planet.
  • Lesson 16 - Rasgueado: In this lesson we will re-explore the rasqueado. This challenging fingerstyle technique is reminiscent of the great Spanish composers and guitar players of the past. The rasgueado technique translate quite well to the ukulele and we will explore this pattern with the progression to The Animals song, House of the Rising Sun.
  • Lesson 17 - Blues Shuffle in G: The Blues is one of the most important styles of music to be able to play. You can travel to anywhere in the world and play a 12 bar blues with another musician. It's like a worldwide language. In this lesson we will explore how to play the open position Blues in the key of G. This will be an essential building block to Blues in all the different keys we will explore.
  • Lesson 18 - Straight Blues in G: In this lesson we will look at the Blues but will play it with a straight (not swung) feel. The straight eighth note feel gives the blues more of a rock and roll feel and was used by artists such as Chuck Berry, The Beach Boys, and Little Richard. You will also learn to play a 'quick change' in this Blues progression.
  • Lesson 19 - Walking The Dog Blues: This is a single note rhythm Blues pattern with a cool turnaround. Instead of playing chords for the Blues rhythm this lesson will show you how a single note pattern can be just as effective as as chords for keeping the rhythm. This Blues is in the key of A and a blast to play.
  • Lesson 20 - Octave Jump Blues: We will stay with single notes and in the key of A for this one. In this lesson you will learn to play the 'octave' while jumping over the fretboard. This pattern has been used by many of the Blues greats such as Muddy Water, Howlin' Wolf and Jimi Hendrix.
  • Lesson 21 - Chuck Berry Blues in A and Bb. That is right, in this lesson I will show you how to play 'closed' Blues chords in 2 different keys. It is important to learn how to play 'closed' chords that way you can move all over the neck and play a Blues in any key that you desire.
  • Lesson 22 - Chuck Berry Swing Blues in Bb: Although Chuck Berry mainly recorded straight Blues progressions, in this lesson we will look at taking one of his patterns and making it swing. You will end up getting an entire world of new material while creating some fun songs and jams.
  • Lesson 23 - Jazz Blues in C: In this lesson we will explore the Jazz Blues. This progression uses 7th chords, 9th chords, minor 7th chords, and a quick change to add 'grease' to the Blues. You will also learn how to use staccato and accented notes to make your strum pattern really 'swing. This is similar to the Jazz Blues in Bb that we learned but now transposing it up a whole step.
  • Lesson 24 - Country Blues: Are you a fan of Johnny Cash like I am? You might want to get your cowboy hat and boots on for this one. We will explore the world of Country Blues using the alternating root-5th bass pattern. Throw in some muted sixteenth strum patterns and it will be like you're sitting on the train tracks in Mississippi.
  • Lesson 25 - Minor Blues in C: So many of the Blues that we play use major or 7th chords. In this lesson we will look at a Minor Blues which has a much darker sound than our traditional Blues. This style emulates the great B.B. King using minor chords and single notes between the strums. This is so cool that it sounds like there are 2 guitars playing as you play the rhythm and the lead all at once.
  • Lesson 26 - Blues Solo: In this closing lesson it it time to let it rip and learn how to start improvising a ukulele solo. That's right in this lesson I will give you all the tools necessary to start learning how to create your own melodies and solos. This is really fun as it allows you to start being creative and playing right off the top of your head.

What Make Uke Like The Pros Lessons Different?

  • In each lesson in this course has been carefully selected and written to build off each other and to gradually and successfully increase your ability.
  • Each lesson goes over every chord, note, and strum pattern carefully and slowly so that you don't miss a thing that I'm playing. If I'm playing it, I'm teaching it to you.
  • Each lesson is packed with unparalleled instruction and information to make learning enjoyable and fun.
  • Every video features on-screen Chord Diagrams, TAB, and Rhythms so that you don't miss a thing.
  • For extra benefit you can download and print the chart for every lesson (CLICK HERE FOR A SAMPLE LESSON)
  • Each lesson has a downloadable Backing Track so you can have fun playing with the band.
  • New lessons and content added every week to keep your learning fresh and exciting.
  • Learn at your own pace. You will have a lifetime access to these lessons and you can watch, repeat and loop them as many times as you need.
  • I am bringing to you over 25 years of successful teaching methods that have helped thousands of students learn.
  • I'm not a big business or a marketing expert; I'm more like you then you might think. I'm husband and a father but I love the ukulele. 

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