Advanced Ukulele lessons available through Curt Sheller Publications
If you’re not sure of your current level, visit the Determining Your Level page. It will help you determine where you’re in at in your development. Or, click on on of the buttons below.
Note: You might be a beginner in one aspect of your learning and intermediate or advanced in other areas. This is especially true if you have experiences playing other instruments.
An advanced player should know the fingerboard across the strings and along the strings. Be able to instantaneously identify any note on the fingerboard – this needs to be second nature.
An advanced player should be able to read music and know where the notes are on the fingerboard. They might not be able to sightread on demand - but read to figure out and learn new material.
An advanced player can play any chord that is required. They have a understanding of open position chords, movable form chords and 4-part, aka “Jazz” chords.
An advanced player can hear I, IV, and V chords, has mastered chord inversions, knows there is life above the fifth fret. Plays lead and backup easily with others and keeps steady rhythm.
An advanced player knows the difference between a scale and a mode.
An advanced player knows the names of the notes in the chords they are playing.
Content is always being added and updated. So check-in often. Thanks, Curt
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