GCEA Ukulele Chords
Play a simple B9 chord. Place your index finger behind the 8th gel of the G-string and attach the other 3 strings with your middle finger to the 9th fret.
Play a basic B9 chord low on the fretboard. Finger the second cutter of the G and E strings with the respective index and middle fingers. Finger the third fret of the C-string with your ring finger and the 4th miss of the A-string with your pinky.
Play the 6th fret of G, C and A string with the respective index, middle and pinky fingers. Play the 5-bar of the E-string with your ring finger.
Play another variant. Finger the G-string with your index finger on the 8th fret. Finger C-string with your middle finger on the 6th fret. Finger The E-string with your ring finger at the 5th fret. Finger A-string with your pinky on the 4th fret.
DGBE Ukulele Chords
Play a simple Bb9 ukulele chord. Finger the first fret of the D-string with your index finger. Stroke the other 3 strings at the 2nd square with your middle finger.
Play an octave variation of the previous chord. Finger the 13th tip of the D-string with your index finger and attach the 14th tip of the other three strings with your middle finger.
Play a harder Bb9 chord. Finger the fourth part of the D and B strings with your index and middle fingers. Finger the 6th fret of the G-string with your pinky. Finger the 5-row of the E-string with your ring finger.
Learn a version aloud on the fretboard. Finger the 13th tip of the D-string with your index finger. Finger the 11th miss of the G-string with your middle finger. Finger the 10th tip of the B-string with your ring finger. Finger the 9-row of the E-string with your pinky.
Tips and warnings
Playing the B9 chord on the ukulele is a bit complicated. The dominant 9th chord is usually played with five notes. This means that in a week with only four strings, you must leave one of the notes. In this article, the root node is omitted to give the whole thing a richer feel, but you can leave the smaller 7th instead of giving it a brighter feel.