The Bmaj7 uses all the fingers, so it can be difficult. The index is on the first fret of the A string and the middle finger is on the second fret of the E string. After that the ring finger plays the third fret of the C string, and the easy part is over. Now we have to put the pinky on the fourth fret of the G string. But it can be hard to move the pinky and ring fingers alone, they have a tendency in this stretched position to not cooperate. It is a chord that will definitely take a lot of practice and hand training.
We have 3 other positions for this uke chord.
Selection of famous scales you can play on a Bmaj7 chord to improvise great solos on your Uke.
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