Do you need short nails to play ukulele?

To play ukulele, you need nails to hold the strings and your nails to play the lower strings (see photo below). There are 2 main types of nail: “diamonds and pearls”. Diamonds are very thin and only hold one string. Pearls, on the other hand, are very thick and also hold 2 strings. Therefore, it is easier to get them to fit on the ukulele.

Which type should you choose?

For a full answer to this question, please see this page: Which fingering is best for ukulele performance?

What is the difference between 3/4s and 1’s in fingering?

Most fingering is named for the number of fingers that play the ukulele. If you have more than 3/4’s, you have to start by learning to play a half ukulele, and eventually you will get the better finger to play an extra 1 or 2 strings. If you want to learn to play 3/4’s, then it’s best to learn the full ukulele.

What is the difference between 1 and 12?

One is a common fingering and the other is the preferred fingering of Japanese ukulele playing. However, there is no official method that determines which of the 4 fingers is the preferred or most preferred finger in ukulele playing and why.

If you are playing a full ukulele and like to learn more, go to: What is the difference between fingering fingering and fingering?

If you are playing a half ekulele and a half ukulele, which is the preferred fingering? If you do not know the difference between 1 and 12, then you just need to play your finger number on a regular ukulele and you don’t need to think about it (so you can get better at the ukulele with only 12 fingers).

What is the best way to learn to do the thumb exercises?

In order to gain better at the right wrist (which you need to do in order to play a full ukulele), you need to train your thumbs to do the exercises. If this is difficult, you can try a combination of exercises using a combination of thumb muscles.

Do you want to learn more about how to do the left fingers exercises?

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