Strumming is not the only way to play the ukulele. Fingerpicking is another very popular technique for getting a little more music out of your uke. When fingerpicking, the player uses fingers of the right hand, individually and in groups, to pluck at the strings. This creates a lighter, more airy sound than strumming and can be very effective. In this workshop, we will introduce some basic building blocks that can be used to learn common fingerpicking to use with any chord progression or songs you already know. These include basic arpeggio patterns, waltz patterns, alternating thumb patterns, and basic Travis picking, among others. Join us and add another dimension to your ukulele sound “pallet”.
Craig McClelland 11:30 AM - 12:45 PM Sunday, Nov 17 (1 session)