These tips are intended to help you take full advantage of the tool. But we'd like to think this fret map is pretty easy to use, so feel free to just poke around with the controls above. The guitar neck diagram will update automatically as you make changes to the form, so there's no need to "submit" the form or reload the page to see the impact of a change to the configuration. (You can also use the "Generate" button to trigger a refresh if you need to.)
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.
Below you can find the official and original UkuTabs ukulele chords charts. These have all main ukulele chord diagrams you can think of for soprano, concert and tenor ukuleles in standard tuning (GCEA). If you are looking for the same charts but in baritone tuning, go here and for left-handed ones here. These are completely free to download and print but you are under no circumstances allowed to redistribute or sell them without permission.
Guitar Scientist Generator is a free online tool that allows you to generate free guitar fingering diagrams.You can download them as an image, like the one below, or store online for sharing or editing.
It comes in Standard and Pro versions for Mac and Windows. You can download a trial version which is fully functional. You can create diagrams and save them, but the trial version places watermarks on output diagrams until you purchase and register it. 2b1af7f3a8