The traditional song “Cripple Creek” arranged for clawhammer uke. I played several verses of the song with chords and lyrics with a break between most verses. After the song I included tablature for both a simplified arrangement with no slurred notes as well as the break as I played it on the recording. If you’re new to clawhammer or don’t know how to read tablature please be sure to watch my instructional videos on the subject.
Chords, lyrics, and clawhammer ukulele tablature for Will the Circle Be Unbroken, played here in the key of F.
Learn how to play the classic folk song Railroad Bill on clawhammer ukulele. Includes chords, lyrics, and tablature for the break played between verses. The tablature is demonstrated at slow speed after the song.
If you need help with the basics of clawhammer uke watch my 4-lesson tutorial that covers all of the fundamentals.
An easy clawhammer ukulele arrangement of When the Saints Go Marching In featuring measure by measure tablature. Just the standard “bum ditty” (no drop thumb) and no slurred notes (hammer-ons, etc.). This is a good starting place if you’re wanting to learn to play melodies on clawhammer ukulele.
How to read ukulele tablature, especially the tabs presented on the ezFolk website. There’s no one standard that everybody uses but this should give you an idea of how tablature (tab) in general for the ukulele works.