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  • Author:
    Chad Johnson
  • ISBN:
    1423483804
  • ISBN13:
    978-1423483809
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  • Publisher:
    HAL LEONARD CORPORATION (January 1, 2010)
  • Pages:
    112 pages
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    Music
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Learn to play scales on the ukulele with this comprehensive yet easy-to-use book. The Ukulele Scale Finder contains over 1,300 scale diagrams for the most often-used scales and modes, including multiple patterns for each scale

Learn to play scales on the ukulele with this comprehensive yet easy-to-use book. The Ukulele Scale Finder contains over 1,300 scale diagrams for the most often-used scales and modes, including multiple patterns for each scale. Also includes a lesson on scale construction and a fingerboard chart of the ukulele neck! Get A Copy.

Learn to play scales on the ukulele with this comprehensive yet easy-to-use book. Also includes a lesson on scale construction and a fingerboard chart of the ukulele neck! Specifications.

Hal Leonard Ukulele Chord Finder: Easy-to-Use Guide to Over 1,000 Ukulele Chords by Hal Leonard Corp.

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The Ukulele Scale Finder contains over 1,300 scale diagrams for the most often-used scales and modes .

The Ukulele Scale Finder contains over 1,300 scale diagrams for the most often-used scales and modes, including multiple patterns for each scale. Also includes a lesson on scale construction and a fingerboard chart of the ukulele neck! Detailed Description. Also includes a lesson on scale construction and a fingerboard chart of the ukulele neck!

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Understand how scales are built thanks to additional infos such as intervals .

Understand how scales are built thanks to additional infos such as intervals, degrees, formulas, staff line notation, etc. See chords that fit, learn similar scales and practice Improvisation. Perfect tool for both beginners or advanced ukulele players. We developed useful and easy to use tools to help you improve your ukulele skills: Scales by Notes. Top Ukulele Resources. Tabs for ukulele: Collection of songs for beginners.

(Ukulele). Learn to play scales on the ukulele with this comprehensive yet easy-to-use book. The Ukulele Scale Finder contains over 1,300 scale diagrams for the most often-used scales and modes, including multiple patterns for each scale. Also includes a lesson on scale construction and a fingerboard chart of the ukulele neck!

Terr
While this is obviously the most exhaustive book of scales (there are so many compiled here, I don't think they could have possibly missed one), the layout is very difficult to work with. Each "scale" is shown on the ukulele neck, with dots right above the frets where you are supposed to place your fingers. The problem is there are no numbers to show which finger goes where and in what order, and there are no names identifying which note it is.
This book would have been greatly improved if it either showed a sequence in which to move your fingers over the proper frets, or (I would prefer) the note name inside each dot. For example, a C major scale has the notes C, D, E, F, G, A, B. In the diagram there is no way for a learning ukulele player to know that the second fret of the C string is a D note.
The book is still sitting on my shelf. One day I will find a diagram of the notes on the ukulele neck and begin writing them in by hand. There are literally hundreds of scales though, so… I'm disappointed to say the least. I do not recommend this book to anybody who does not know each note on the ukulele fret board. And if you do know, then you don't need this book.
Reddefender
Sadly, I was looking for a book a little easier to read. This one comes with scales as mentioned, but each scale is represented by unnamed dots on a blank fretboard design, no note names, no labels. A beginner like me, even though I read music, has to stop and actually figure out the scale from the fret and string position on the chart. There is one little fingering chart at the beginning. The actual note should be used as a fret marker instead of a black dot. I mean, the note positions are marked, but you, the practitioner, has to figure out where the scale begins and ends and which are the better finger techniques for that scale. This information is not there. If you play a string instrument, imagine a black chart with black dots on it, and no note names. This step would have made the book a winner. I'm going to keep this book and use it, but my first order of business is to finish the writing, and label the notes. Who got lazy and decided not to name notes? Overall, this method book could have been a lot better. :( Maybe they'll put in note names and finger technique for next edition?
Ynye
I think I should have got the Hal Leonard Chord book. This book is way over my head. There are about 8 pages of explanation and the rest of the book is some kind of tab describing scales. I read the first pages over and over, and they make zero sense to me about using the rest of the book.

I plan to try the Hal Leonard Chord finder and save this book for a year or two. I would not recommend this for new Ukelele students at all.
Ynap
This is a great book if you want to learn various scales on the Uke.
Uylo
I've had this book only a couple of days, and it already answered a question I had about chords. It isn't meant to be read cover to cover, rather it is a nicely arranged source of information about chords and scales. Great for its intended use!
GEL
Howdy folks,

Turns out that this book is just as it's described. A book full of scales. The introduction has some nice information about those seeking deeper understanding of how to construct scales and improvise (which is the whole point of why you'd buy the book). It has tons of scales in many different positions and you'll likely never use them all. And that's the only disadvantage: there might be too many scales in the book. Regardless, it's worthwhile as a purchase for any ukulele player who would like to know exactly how to run different scales on the instrument.
Blackseeker
Full variety of scales in a compact form. Box is actually 6 x 9 ins. and fits easily into my uke bag, which is what I wanted.
A great book for the aspiring ukester. Ought to keep me busy for decades.