How to Play F Sharp Major on Ukulele: 7 Easy Ways to Play

F Sharp Mejor is quite similar to the F major chord. The difference between them is F# major is one fret upper than F major. So if you know how to play F major, you don’t have to practice a lot to master this lesson. Let’s have a look at strings and finger basics and jump on how to play F sharp major on ukulele in so many ways. 

Finger and Strings Basics

Normally the finger position is referred to as 1, 2, 3 & 4. 

Here,

1 = Index finger

2 = Middle finger

3 = Ring finger

4 = Pinky finger

The four common strings of the ukulele are GCEA. here, G is the upper string when uke is in playing position. And the rest CEA strings are under the G strings. 

Let’s learn how to play F# major chords from common to alternatives. 

7 Ways to Play F Sharp Major Chord on the Ukulele

To play F# major on the ukulele, you have to tap the strings using the correct finger and position. And then you have to pluck all of these strings simultaneously. Let’s follow these ways below and enjoy playing. 

F sharp major ukulele chord

To play this standard F-sharp major,  tap the 3rd frets of G strings using the ring finger, the 2nd fret of E strings using the middle finger, and the 1st fret of C & A strings using the index finger. 

Way #2:

F sharp major ukulele chord

This alternative variant tells us to tap the 6th fret of G, C & E stings using middle, ring & pinky finger, and 1st fret of A string using the index finger.

Way #3:

F sharp major ukulele chord

To play this F sharp major, tap the 11th fret of G string using the ring finger, the 10th fret of C string using the middle finger, 9th fret of E & A string using the index finger.

Way #4:

F sharp major ukulele chord

This variant tells to tap 3rd fret of G strings using the ring finger, 1st fret of C string using the index finger, 2nd fret of E string using the middle finger, and 4th fret of A string using the pinky finger. 

Way #5:

F sharp major ukulele chord

This F sharp major tells to tap 3rd fret of G string using the index finger, 4th fret of A string using the middle finger, and the 6th fret of C & E string using pinky finger.  

Way #6:

F sharp major ukulele chord

This variant tells us to tap the 6th fret of G, C & E strings using the index finger, and the 9th fret of A string using the pinky finger.

Way #7:

F sharp major ukulele chord

This last variant of F# Major tells us to tap the 11th fret of G string using the index finger, the 13th fret of C string using the middle finger, the 14th fret of E string using pinky finger, and the 13th fret of A string using the ring finger. 

The Bottom Line:  

We hope our lesson on how to play F Sharp Major on the ukulele was helpful to you. Wasn’t it? Our expert suggests mastering all the common chords at the beginning. So, if you get the idea of playing the F Sharp Major chord. Let’s explore more ukulele major chords! Learn them all and upgrade yourself. 

A major A♭ majorB major 
B♭ major C major C# major 
D major D♭ majorE major 
E♭ majorF majorG major &
G♭ major 

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