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Playing the B chord on the baritone ukulele may take a little practice, but as you will learn, it is well worth the effort to master this diverse and beautiful chord. As shown on the diagram to the left, the B major chord is made up of the notes Eb, B, and Gb. This is for standard baritone ukulele tuning (DGBE).

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Every chord has its own characteristic or personality. In 1806 the composer Christian Schuber wrote about the quality of different chords. Of the B chord, he wrote, “Strongly coloured, announcing wild passions, composed from the most glaring coulors. Anger, rage, jealousy, fury, despair, and every burden of the heart lies in its sphere.”

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Although it might be a little difficult to play, learning to master the baritone ukulele B chord is well worth the time and effort, as it is the root of many popular songs with many different flavors, from Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” to Stevie Wonder’s “You Are the Sunshine of my Life”.

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