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Enhypen Tamed Dashed Ukulele Chords - How to Play this Easy Song!

Enhypen Tamed Dashed Ukulele Chords - How to Play this Easy Song!

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Hey there, I see you’re also a fan of ENHYPEN huh? Well, guess what, if you’ve got a ukulele and looking to play their latest song on your ukulele, you’re in luck because the song is very easy to play. If you don’t, then what are you waiting for? Go get yours now! Heck, you can even start with an affordable one and still sound epic like the song here! You only need to learn three chords to be able to play this really catchy theme from them! Let’s get down to it. Enhypen Tamed-Dashed Ukulele Chords time! 

First, you need to familiarize yourself with the three chords you need to use for the entire song. Take note that you can absolutely play this song on standard C tuning so no capo or tuning change needed. That’s gCEA (this is g being the closest to you and A closest to the ground)

 The three chords you’ll use for the entirety of the song are as follows;

A Major

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To play A Major, ideally, you put your index finger on the first fret of the C string. Then your middle finger can fret the 2nd fret on the g string. E and A strings are open so no need to fret them. Refer to the photo and image below.

F# minor

The next chord is F# minor. Transitioning from A Major to F# minor is pretty simple. You just have to fret the 2nd fret on the E string with your ring finger. A string remains open. Refer to the photo and image below.

C# minor

Here’s the tricky part of the three. This chord can be played in numerous ways just as other chords, but you can play this the easiest way to do it is fretting the 1st fret of g string with either your index or middle finger and fretting the 1st fret of the C string with either your index or middle finger. They can be done with either combination and they can even be fretted using a single finger. You can do it any way you’d like as long as it doesn’t sound muffled and you’re comfortable with it. Finally, you hold the 4th fret on the A string. Optionally, you can omit this, but you should avoid hitting it when strumming. Makes it easier to pull off if you’re just starting out, but with the trade off of not sounding fuller and also having to micromanage the strings you hit when you strum so might as well just go for it!

B Major

This one is another intermediate chord to learn, but pretty easy for those who have been playing ukuleles for a bit of a while. You hold the 2nd fret of both E and A string with your index finger, 3rd fret of C string with your middle finger and 4th fret of g string with your ring finger.

C Major

Possibly the easiest chord here. You just hold the 3rd fret of A string with any finger you’d like to use. The rest of the string can be strummed without fretting them.

Song Sequence

Alright! Now that we’ve established that, we can now go with the song’s sequence. There’s no real right or wrong way to strum your way through this song, though it is played in 4/4. That means, 4 counts per bar. That way, we can easily keep track of how many counts we do with each chord as we strum.

Verse / Chorus / Bridge

The verse chord sequence is

A Major - F# minor - C# minor.

Strum A Major in four counts.

Strum F# minor in four counts.

Strum C# minor in eight counts.


You’ll have to repeat this twice for the first verse.

Pre Chorus

The pre chorus sequence is
A Major - F# minor - B Major - C Major

All this can be played with one single downstroke in complete four counts.

Now Play Away!

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Aaaanddd that’s it. You can now play the song. Go learn this catchy single from ENHYPEN now! Wait, you don’t have an ukulele to play with yet? Bummer! But no worries, we got all sorts of awesome ukuleles you can play this song with! There’s the starter kit, but if you’re more of an advanced player and want only the best of the best, you could try these instead! Comes with ultra awesome padded bags too in different styles!

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