Gbsus2 (F#sus2) Ukulele Chord
Played '1124' on the soprano - Standard Tuning (GCEA).
View this chord in: G-Tuning (DGBE) D-Tuning (ADF#B) Slack-Key Tuning (GCEG)
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How to play the Gbsus2 (F#sus2) on your ukulele
The Gbsus2 is not an easy chord if you have a weak pinky. We start off by barring the whole first fret with the index finger. Place the top joint a little past the G string and press down making sure to contact all the strings. You want each note to play without any dead or buzzing sounds. After you have the barre in position your middle finger goes on the second fret of the E string and the pinky is stretched over to the fourth fret of the A string. Keep these two fingers as straight up as possible to avoid interfering with other strings.
Gbsus2 (F#sus2) Chord details
Type : Suspended (second) Intervals : Gb ( T), Ab ( 2M), Db ( 5J),
Formula : 1 2 5
Alternative notation : 1 1 2 4 Tuning : Standard Tuning (GCEA)
Alternative Gbsus2 (F#sus2) positions
We have 3 other positions for this uke chord.
Similar Charts Same Position (1): Dbsus4, Same Fingering (10): Dbsus4, Dsus4, Ebsus4, Esus4, Fsus4, Gbsus4, Gsus2, Absus2, Bbsus2, Bsus2, Scales related to this chord
Selection of famous scales you can play on a
Gbsus2 chord to improvise great solos on your Uke. Scales that fit: A Major, B Major, Db Major, E Major, Gb Major, B Melodic minor, Db Melodic minor, Gb Melodic minor, Db Harmonic minor, Gb Harmonic minor, Bb Natural minor, Db Natural minor, Eb Natural minor, Gb Natural minor, Ab Natural minor, Db Blues, Eb Blues, Ab Blues, B Major pentatonic, E Major pentatonic, Gb Major pentatonic, Db Minor pentatonic, Eb Minor pentatonic, Ab Minor pentatonic, B Overtone, E Overtone, Gb Overtone, Bb Altered, C Altered, F Altered, C Altered bb7, F Altered bb7, Bb Super locrian, C Super locrian, F Super locrian, C Ultralocrian, F Ultralocrian, B Hawaiian, Db Hawaiian, Gb Hawaiian, Gbsus2 Arpeggio
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Gbsus2 ukulele chord pattern using the notes of the Gbsus2 arpeggio / intervals on the fretboard :
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