Dbm is a great example of a chord where we want a muted string, here the A string is not played at all. Place the index finger on the first fret of the G string and the middle finger on the first fret of the C string. You have to squeeze those two fingers in, so they don’t interfere with each other or the open E string. Once you have a clear tone the only thing you have to worry about is hitting the A string. You can either practice avoiding it in strumming, or even better barely touch your pinky to the A string. This will effectively mute the string, so you don’t have to worry. Just don’t press too hard or it will sound.
Dbm (C#m) Chord details
Type : triad (minor)
Intervals :Db (T), E (3m), Ab (5J),
Formula : 1 b3 5
Alternative notation : 1 1 0 x
Tuning : Standard Tuning (GCEA)
Alternative Dbm (C#m) positions
We have 5 other positions for this uke chord.
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Scales related to this chord
Selection of famous scales you can play on a Dbm chord to improvise great solos on your Uke.