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  • #508
    leo_22

    Hi! I have been playing a concert ukulele for a couple of years now and I absolutely love this website! Recently I got a baritone ukulele. When I was first learning to play my concert ukulele, I found the chord diagrams in the “Chords In This Song” section very helpful (and I still do with harder songs)! However, the chord diagrams are for GCEA-tuned ukes. Is there a way to switch the mode to DGBE tuning for baritone? Or if not could this feature be added? It would be very helpful for me as I learn to play my bari. Thanks!

    #518
    Jonas

    Hi! There is no option on UkuTabs to change it to baritone chord diagrams… I only have the poster and booklet with baritone chord diagrams for now:

    https://ukuchords.com/ukulele-chord-charts-baritone-tuning/

    The moment I have some spare time I’ll look into such a feature 🙂

    #823
    mathom

    This would be a great feature to have.

    #895
    JeffJefferson

    yes jonas please add this feature if possible

    #1150
    ukulelebob

    Hi agreed would love this feature

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