Baritone Ukulele Chords Diagrams

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How to Play a Baritone Ukulele Chord?

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UkuTabs brings you the ultimate online ukulele chord referencing tool! Very advanced, extremely easy to use and above all completely free. Pick a root note at the top and choose the chord variation you're looking for. The chord will pop up on the ukulele fretboard and diagrams will appear below. Use the arrows in the headstock to look for an alternative playing position. Cool, isn't it? Default tuning is GCEA (standard or C tuning) but baritone (DGBE) tuning is also available. Left handed ukulele players are not forgotten as well, click the right/left toggle to switch.

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  • A
  • A#
    Bb
  • B
  • C
  • C#
    Db
  • D
  • D#
    Eb
  • E
  • F
  • F#
    Gb
  • G
  • G#
    Ab
TRIAD
X
Xm
Xaug
Xdim

SEVENTH
X7
Xm7
Xmaj7
Xaug7
Xdim7
Xm7b5
XmMaj7

SUSPENDED
Xsus2
Xsus4
X7sus2
X7sus4

EXTENDED
X9
Xm9
Xmaj9
X13

ADDED
X5
X6
Xm6
Xm9
Xadd9
Xmadd9
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UKULELE CHORD DIAGRAMS

Triad

A
Am
Aaug
Adim

Seventh

A7
Am7
Amaj7
Aaug7
Adim7
Am7b5
AmMaj7

Suspended

Asus2
Asus4
A7sus2
A7sus4

Extended

A9
Am9
Amaj9
A11
Am11
A13
Am13

Added

A5
A6
Am6
Aadd9
Am9
Amadd9

Triad

Bb
Bbm
Bbaug
Bbdim

Seventh

Bb7
Bbm7
Bbmaj7
Bbaug7
Bbdim7
Bbm7b5
BbmMaj7

Suspended

Bbsus2
Bbsus4
Bb7sus2
Bb7sus4

Extended

Bb9
Bbm9
Bbmaj9
Bb11
Bbm11
Bb13
Bbm13

Added

Bb5
Bb6
Bbm6
Bbadd9
Bbm9
Bbmadd9

Triad

B
Bm
Baug
Bdim

Seventh

B7
Bm7
Bmaj7
Baug7
Bdim7
Bm7b5
BmMaj7

Suspended

Bsus2
Bsus4
B7sus2
B7sus4

Extended

B9
Bm9
Bmaj9
B11
Bm11
B13
Bm13

Added

B5
B6
Bm6
Badd9
Bm9
Bmadd9

Triad

C
Cm
Caug
Cdim

Seventh

C7
Cm7
Cmaj7
Caug7
Cdim7
Cm7b5
CmMaj7

Suspended

Csus2
Csus4
C7sus2
C7sus4

Extended

C9
Cm9
Cmaj9
C11
Cm11
C13
Cm13

Added

C5
C6
Cm6
Cadd9
Cm9
Cmadd9

Triad

Db
Dbm
Dbaug
Dbdim

Seventh

Db7
Dbm7
Dbmaj7
Dbaug7
Dbdim7
Dbm7b5
DbmMaj7

Suspended

Dbsus2
Dbsus4
Db7sus2
Db7sus4

Extended

Db9
Dbm9
Dbmaj9
Db11
Dbm11
Db13
Dbm13

Added

Db5
Db6
Dbm6
Dbadd9
Dbm9
Dbmadd9

Triad

D
Dm
Daug
Ddim

Seventh

D7
Dm7
Dmaj7
Daug7
Ddim7
Dm7b5
DmMaj7

Suspended

Dsus2
Dsus4
D7sus2
D7sus4

Extended

D9
Dm9
Dmaj9
D11
Dm11
D13
Dm13

Added

D5
D6
Dm6
Dadd9
Dm9
Dmadd9

Triad

Eb
Ebm
Ebaug
Ebdim

Seventh

Eb7
Ebm7
Ebmaj7
Ebaug7
Ebdim7
Ebm7b5
EbmMaj7

Suspended

Ebsus2
Ebsus4
Eb7sus2
Eb7sus4

Extended

Eb9
Ebm9
Ebmaj9
Eb11
Ebm11
Eb13
Ebm13

Added

Eb5
Eb6
Ebm6
Ebadd9
Ebm9
Ebmadd9

Triad

E
Em
Eaug
Edim

Seventh

E7
Em7
Emaj7
Eaug7
Edim7
Em7b5
EmMaj7

Suspended

Esus2
Esus4
E7sus2
E7sus4

Extended

E9
Em9
Emaj9
E11
Em11
E13
Em13

Added

E5
E6
Em6
Eadd9
Em9
Emadd9

Triad

F
Fm
Faug
Fdim

Seventh

F7
Fm7
Fmaj7
Faug7
Fdim7
Fm7b5
FmMaj7

Suspended

Fsus2
Fsus4
F7sus2
F7sus4

Extended

F9
Fm9
Fmaj9
F11
Fm11
F13
Fm13

Added

F5
F6
Fm6
Fadd9
Fm9
Fmadd9

Triad

Gb
Gbm
Gbaug
Gbdim

Seventh

Gb7
Gbm7
Gbmaj7
Gbaug7
Gbdim7
Gbm7b5
GbmMaj7

Suspended

Gbsus2
Gbsus4
Gb7sus2
Gb7sus4

Extended

Gb9
Gbm9
Gbmaj9
Gb11
Gbm11
Gb13
Gbm13

Added

Gb5
Gb6
Gbm6
Gbadd9
Gbm9
Gbmadd9

Triad

G
Gm
Gaug
Gdim

Seventh

G7
Gm7
Gmaj7
Gaug7
Gdim7
Gm7b5
GmMaj7

Suspended

Gsus2
Gsus4
G7sus2
G7sus4

Extended

G9
Gm9
Gmaj9
G11
Gm11
G13
Gm13

Added

G5
G6
Gm6
Gadd9
Gm9
Gmadd9

Triad

Ab
Abm
Abaug
Abdim

Seventh

Ab7
Abm7
Abmaj7
Abaug7
Abdim7
Abm7b5
AbmMaj7

Suspended

Absus2
Absus4
Ab7sus2
Ab7sus4

Extended

Ab9
Abm9
Abmaj9
Ab11
Abm11
Ab13
Abm13

Added

Ab5
Ab6
Abm6
Abadd9
Abm9
Abmadd9

How do you read ukulele chord charts?

how to read chord charts

The UkuTabs ukulele chord diagrams are easy to understand while still containing a ton of information for advanced ukulele players. To read ukulele chord diagrams you should imagine there is a ukulele in front of you and you are looking at the fretboard with the headstock at the top. The strings are illustrated as vertical lines (from left to right D G B E string) and the frets are the horizontal lines.

The different chord shapes are represented by dots. Each dot represents the placement of your finger. In the example you can see an A major chord (in standard tuning). So how should you place your fingers? You play the G - first - string at the second fret with your middle finger and the C - second - string at the first fret with your index finger. That little circle (o) at the top of the E and A strings means that you have to play that string open (i.e. not place a finger on it).

his is a basic chord diagram and most of time you will see diagrams like this. However, in some cases you will see additional symbols. More about ukulele chord diagrams can be found here or perhaps you want to learn what the basic chords for ukulele are?

Free downloadable charts

Below you can find the official and original UkuTabs ukulele chords charts. These have all main ukulele chord diagrams you can think of for baritone ukulele in D tuning (DGBE). If you are looking for the same charts but in standard tuning, go here. These are completely free to download and print but you are under no circumstances allowed to redistribute or sell them without permission.

A0 Poster Version

The first one is a print quality poster version in high resolution, A0 size (84 x 119 cm / 33 x 47 inches). Also printable in smaller sizes of course. Perfect for hanging on a wall, storing on mobile devices, computers… It allows you to have a quick overview of all the main ukulele chords. This is ideal for referencing.

DOWNLOAD POSTER (DGBE)

A4 PDF Version

The second version is a PDF version in press quality with four pages. It also has all the main chords and is made to be printed on A4 sized paper so you can put it with your notes, in your case,…

DOWNLOAD A4 PDF (DGBE)

What is a ukulele chord?

A chord is a a combination of harmonious pitches, or notes. Usually there are three or more notes in a chord. The word chord is derived from the French word for agreement, or accord. So, a music chord is simply multiple pitches sounding together in harmony. These chords are typically named after the note that you can hear most prominently. Below you can find an overview of the full name of each chord variation using X as generic root note.

  • X, XM, Xmaj: major
  • Xm, Xmin: minor
  • Xaug, X+: augmentend
  • Xdim, X°: diminished
  • X7, Xdom7: dominant 7th
  • Xm7, Xmin7: minor 7th
  • Xmaj7, XM7: major 7th
  • Xaug7, X+7: augmented 7th
  • Xdim7, X°7: diminished 7th
  • Xm7b5, Xmin7dim5: half-diminished 7th
  • XmMaj7, XmM7, Xminmaj7: minor-major 7th
  • Xsus2: 5th suspended 2nd
  • Xsus4: 5th suspended 4th
  • X7sus2: 7th suspended 2nd
  • X7sus4: 7th suspended 4th
  • X9, Xdom9: dominant 9th
  • Xm9, min9: minor dominant 9th
  • Xmaj9, XM9: major 9th
  • X13, Xdom13: dominant 13th
  • X5: major add 5
  • X6: major add 6
  • Xm6, Xmin6: minor add 6
  • Xm9, Xmin9: minor dominant 9
  • Xadd9: major add 9
  • Xmadd9: minor add 9
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