This is one of those riffs that as soon as you hear it, you want to be able to play it. That was the case with me when I was playing a 6 string years ago anyways. The recording has a lovely tone and it sounds great on a uke. Let’s learn to play I Feel Fine on the ukulele.
What Are We Learning To Play?
Below is a video of what you will be able to play by the end of this post.
It’s important to note that I’m playing this song on a low G ukulele in the video above. If you don’t have one though, that’s completely fine as we change it slightly and still make it work.
Instead of playing the 7th fret on the G string for the opening note. Play the 2nd fret on the C string instead. Likewise, change the 5th on the G to the open C string for the next section.
The p on the tabs stand for pull-off. It essentially means, plucking the note and dragging your finger off to reveal the fret lower down the neck.