This system is simple but it works! It helps you remember where to place your fingers and makes your chord changes much quicker.
Set up your Ukulele by placing a set of sticky coloured paper dots from a newsagency, or office supplier, on the fretboard as shown in the diagram. You'll need red, yellow and green dots.
Place your Fingers
Place your third finger on the red dot - you have made the C chord.
Place your first finger and second finger on the yellow dots - you now have the F chord.
Leave your first finger on its green / yellow dot and place your second and third fingers on the green dots as shown - this is the G7 chord.
Practice Chord Patterns
Try repeating these chord patterns with 4 strums on each chord. If this is difficult, play the pattern with 8 strums on each chord, then four strums , then 2 until your
chord changes are fluent. If a particular chord change is giving you trouble, slow down your strumming and practise only that change until you are comfortable