Have you ever searched for the ukulele songs and tabs for a song on the Internet?
There are HUNDREDS of sites, full of songs and tabs and chords, in every style, every genre.
And most of them…
…are for guitar.
And that’s why you should know about Chordie.com
Here’s the link to Chordie.
Chordie pulls song files from across the web into its own central database, so you can almost always find the song you’re looking for.
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Best of all, it’s very uke friendly.
By default, it show chord diagrams for guitar. 🙁
But clicky-clicky a little button, and switch right over to uke shapes instead–nice! 🙂
Other features I love about Chordie for ukulele players:
- gather songs and tabs into your own private songbook
- transpose chords from one key to another (to simplify playing, or better suit your voice)
- uke chords for C-tuning, D-tuning, and baritone ukulele (rare!)
- copy songs in ChordPro for additional formatting (I use this all the time)
It’s slick, it’s fast, it’s easy.
Oh, and it’s free.
Love that Internet.