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How to play ukulele chords: D major, D minor, and D7

Learning the Dm ukulele chord and its neighbors, D & D7, can help you quickly expand your ukulele repertoire. After all, the sweet tone of the ukulele really comes out when the right chords are played. There is a wide range of moods the uke can produce, which depend heavily on the type of chords used. The major, minor, and dominant chords all have distinctive sounds that play a critical role in the songs we know and love.

To understand the unique quality of eachessential chord type, it’s helpful to practice chord variations that are based on the same root note. For example, you can work on the D major (shortened to D), D minor, and D7 ukulele chords in succession, and discover how it’s often just one note that makes the difference between them. Let’s take a look at these D chord variations on uke:

Ukulele chords: How to play D Major, D minor, D7 (Infographic)

What Are the Different Types of D Ukulele Chords?

What you may not know is that there are many different ways to play the same chord up and down the neck of the ukulele. There are also several variations you can make to each chord to change the quality, or “color,” of the sound. Likewise, there are many different types of d ukulele chords.

Choosing the best position to use for a particular chord during a song depends on its proximity to the other chords in the song and the sound you want to achieve. When you’re making chord changes, it always helps to choose the fingerings that are nearest to each other to reduce the time switching from one chord to the next. Keep reading for several suggestions on how to play the Dm ukulele chord, and its neighbors, D and D7.

Learn some simple D chord variations on uke in this helpful tutorial:

How Do You Play a D minor Chord on Ukulele?

The simplest way to play the D minor chord on uke is to follow the simple instructions below.  

  • Leave the first string open
  • Place your first finger on the second string at the first fret
  • Place your second finger and third fingers on the third and fourth strings at the second fret.
  • Strum!

How Do You Play a D Major Chord on the Ukulele?

Ukulele players usually learn the major D chord in first position, played on the second fret from the nut. Here’s how to play that:

  • Place your first finger, the index finger, on the fourth string at the second fret. 
  • Your second finger (the middle finger) goes on the third string
  • And your third finger (the ring finger) on the second string, all at the second fret. 
  • Leave the first string open and strum.

Congrats: you just played the D chord! 

How Do You Play a D7 Chord on the Ukulele?

The simplest way to play a D7 chord is to: 

  • Lay your first finger across all strings at the second fret 
  • Place your second finger on the first string at the third fret.

Now, Use Your Ukulele Chord Knowledge in Songs!

Practicing each d chord variation on uke and exploring their voicings individually is a great way to expand your knowledge of the ukulele, but the rubber really hits the road when you play them in a song. Learning somebeginner ukulele songs will introduce you to new chords and help you practice quickly changing between them. The best way to improve your uke skills is by working with a teacher one-on-one, and chances are there are several greatukulele teachers in your area, who can help guide you.

If in-person lessons aren’t an option, there areonline ukulele classes that are perfect for learning on-the-go. Whichever way you choose to learn, remember that just 15 minutes of practice a day will make a big difference when it comes to mastering the Dm ukulele chord, as well as it’s D and D7 neighbor chords.

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Ebm7 (D#m7) Ukulele Chord

Played '3324' on the soprano - Standard Tuning (GCEA).
View this chord in: G-Tuning (DGBE)D-Tuning (ADF#B)Slack-Key Tuning (GCEG)

Don't know how to read a chord? Read this first.

Diagram/Chart

Ebm7
Ebm7 (D#m7) Photo (Soprano)

The Ebm7 chord can be rather difficult thanks to the pinky stretch! But first we place the index finger on the second fret of the E string. The middle finger then plays the third fret of the G string and the ring finger plays the third fret of the C string. The last part of swinging the pinky around to the fourth fret of the A string is the hard part. When it moves up there the tendons in your hand move your middle and even your index a little. It is a very slippery chord that takes lots of patience and practice.

Chord details

  • Type : Seventh (minor)
  • Intervals :Eb (T), Gb (3m), Bb (5J), Db (7m),
  • Formula : 1 b3 5 b7
  • Alternative notation : 3 3 2 4
  • Tuning : Standard Tuning (GCEA)

Difficulty

Importance

General

Eb

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Alternative Ebm7 (D#m7) positions

We have 2 other positions for this uke chord.

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Similar Charts

  • Same Position (3):Gb6, Ebm/Db, Gb/Eb,
  • Same Fingering (121):A7, Am7, A7sus4, A6, Am6, Bb7, Bb7sus4, Bb6, B7, B7sus4, B6, Bm7b5, C7sus4, C6, Cm7b5, Db7sus4, Dbm7b5, Dm7, Dm6, Dm7b5, Ebm6, Ebm7b5, Em7, Em6, Em7b5, F7, Fm7, F7sus4, F6, Fm6, Fm7b5, Gb7, Gbm7, Gb7sus4, Gb6, Gbm6, G7, Gm7, G7sus4, G6, Gm6, Gm7b5, Ab7, Abm7, Ab7sus4, Ab6, Db11, G13, Gb13, Faug7, Eb7sus2, Gb7sus2, Ab7sus2, Cm11, Dbm11, Dm11, Ebm11, Em11, Fm11, Gm11, DmMaj7, EbmMaj7, EmMaj7, FmMaj7, GbmMaj7, D11, E11, Gb11, Ebsus2/C, Ebm/C, Ebsus2/Db, Bbsus4/Db, Ebm/Db, Esus2/Db, F/D, Aaug/D, Dbaug/D, Faug/D, Edim/D, C/D, F/Eb, Aaug/Eb, Dbaug/Eb, Faug/Eb, Dm/Eb, Bbsus2/Eb, Fsus4/Eb, Bbm/Eb, Bb/Eb, Gb/Eb, Bbaug/Eb, Daug/Eb, Gbaug/Eb, Fm/Eb, Bbm/E, Bb/E, Gb/E, Bbaug/E, Daug/E, Gbaug/E, Bsus2/E, Gbsus4/E, Bm/E, G/E, Baug/E, Ebaug/E, Gaug/E, Bbaug/F, Daug/F, Gbaug/F, G/F, Csus2/F, Gsus4/F, Ab/F, Caug/F, Eaug/F, Abaug/F, Bbdim/Gb, Bb/Gb, Cdim/Bb, Dbdim/B,

Scales related to this chord

Selection of famous scales you can play on a Ebm7 chord to improvise great solos on your Uke.

  • Scales that fit:B Major, Db Major, Gb Major, Db Melodic minor, Bb Harmonic minor, Bb Natural minor, Eb Natural minor, Ab Natural minor, Eb Blues, Gb Major pentatonic, Eb Minor pentatonic, Gb Overtone, C Altered, A Altered bb7, C Super locrian, A Ultralocrian, Db Hawaiian,

Ebm7 Arpeggio

Create your own Ebm7 ukulele chord pattern using the notes of the Ebm7 arpeggio / intervals on the fretboard :

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Dm7 Ukulele Chord

Played '2213' 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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Diagram/Chart

Dm7
Dm7 Photo (Soprano)

This is a tough chord that requires a little bit of a pinky stretch. The index finger will be placed on the first fret of the E string. Then the middle finger goes on the second fret of the G string and the ring finger on the second fret of the C string. Finally, we need to put our pinky on the third fret of the A string. As soon as the pinky moves up, it can shift the ring finger out of position. It will take some practice and stretching before this chord can be played smoothly.

Chord details

  • Type : Seventh (minor)
  • Intervals :D (T), F (3m), A (5J), C (7m),
  • Formula : 1 b3 5 b7
  • Alternative notation : 2 2 1 3
  • Tuning : Standard Tuning (GCEA)

Difficulty

Importance

General

D

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Alternative Dm7 positions

We have 4 other positions for this uke chord.

Similar Charts

  • Same Position (2):F6, F/D,
  • Same Fingering (121):A7, Am7, A7sus4, A6, Am6, Bb7, Bb7sus4, Bb6, B7, B7sus4, B6, Bm7b5, C7sus4, C6, Cm7b5, Db7sus4, Dbm7b5, Dm6, Dm7b5, Ebm7, Ebm6, Ebm7b5, Em7, Em6, Em7b5, F7, Fm7, F7sus4, F6, Fm6, Fm7b5, Gb7, Gbm7, Gb7sus4, Gb6, Gbm6, G7, Gm7, G7sus4, G6, Gm6, Gm7b5, Ab7, Abm7, Ab7sus4, Ab6, Db11, G13, Gb13, Faug7, Eb7sus2, Gb7sus2, Ab7sus2, Cm11, Dbm11, Dm11, Ebm11, Em11, Fm11, Gm11, DmMaj7, EbmMaj7, EmMaj7, FmMaj7, GbmMaj7, D11, E11, Gb11, Ebsus2/C, Ebm/C, Ebsus2/Db, Bbsus4/Db, Ebm/Db, Esus2/Db, F/D, Aaug/D, Dbaug/D, Faug/D, Edim/D, C/D, F/Eb, Aaug/Eb, Dbaug/Eb, Faug/Eb, Dm/Eb, Bbsus2/Eb, Fsus4/Eb, Bbm/Eb, Bb/Eb, Gb/Eb, Bbaug/Eb, Daug/Eb, Gbaug/Eb, Fm/Eb, Bbm/E, Bb/E, Gb/E, Bbaug/E, Daug/E, Gbaug/E, Bsus2/E, Gbsus4/E, Bm/E, G/E, Baug/E, Ebaug/E, Gaug/E, Bbaug/F, Daug/F, Gbaug/F, G/F, Csus2/F, Gsus4/F, Ab/F, Caug/F, Eaug/F, Abaug/F, Bbdim/Gb, Bb/Gb, Cdim/Bb, Dbdim/B,

Scales related to this chord

Selection of famous scales you can play on a Dm7 chord to improvise great solos on your Uke.

  • Scales that fit:Bb Major, C Major, F Major, C Melodic minor, A Harmonic minor, A Natural minor, D Natural minor, G Natural minor, D Blues, F Major pentatonic, D Minor pentatonic, F Overtone, B Altered, Ab Altered bb7, B Super locrian, Ab Ultralocrian, C Hawaiian,

Dm7 Arpeggio

Create your own Dm7 ukulele chord pattern using the notes of the Dm7 arpeggio / intervals on the fretboard :

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