10 of the Best Websites for Ukulele Chords and Tabs (2024)

Looking for some new ukulele chords and tabs to learn new songs? Many great sites give you access to chords from basically any genre and the 10 listed below are the best you can visit right now. They feature millions of songs from all around the world.

1. UkuGuides.com

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Go to website: UkuGuides

UkuGuides is a very good website for beginner ukulele players. It’s beginner-friendly because it offers numerous guides discussing everything related to the instrument, ranging from simple topics teaching you to tune your ukulele to advanced topics on playing more complex sequences, 7th chords, etc.

The charts and tabs section is very comprehensive. You can start by learning the basics of ukulele chords and then simply choose any of the songs available to see how to play them. The collection is vast, ranging from Taylor Swift to underground acts. The songs available are from over 50 genres.

2. Ukulele-Tabs.com

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Ukulele-Tabs.com is a community of numerous ukulele players from all around the world. Its growth depends on the contributions of its users, so you can expect to find tabs and chords for pretty much any song that you would imagine. This even includes artists like BTS and Billie Eilish.

Besides the massive list of tabs you can check out, you can also go straight to Beginner tabs, which is a collection of simple songs meant to be played by beginners. Every song you see presented has a difficulty rating. For instance, Jason Mraz’s “I’m Yours” is listed as 2.5, making it very easy to play. However, BTS’s “Blood, Sweat, and Tears” has a difficulty rating of 5. Choose songs based on your skill level.

3. UkuleleHunt.com

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Go to website: UkuleleHunt

Are you a beginner, intermediate, or expert ukulele player? Ukulele Hunt has all bases covered. It features many resources you can use to improve your playing, including countless tabs and chords. There are even online lessons you can take if you want to learn how to play the instrument.

When you go to the Tabs and Chords section, you will notice that they are arranged by genre or difficulty. After you master the song you chose, you can always download one of the ebooks available to improve your technique or just move to another tab or chord collection.

4. Ukulele-Chords.com

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Ukulele-Chords.com instantly stands out because, besides the chords and tabs featured, it also gives you some free tools that help you improve your skills. This includes a key finder, key transposer, and chord finder.

What is interesting is that the chords are presented in the four most popular tunings. As a result, the archive is pretty unique, allowing you to learn a lot more about different playing techniques and practice with all the information you need. You can start with the Easy Songs, and the best part about it is that there is an Android app that allows you to take chords with you when you travel.

5. Ukulele Chordfinder

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Go to website: Ukulele Chordfinder

The Ukulele Chordfinder app has been around since 1998 and has helped thousands of people learn how to play songs on the ukulele. This tool has always been and will always be free since it is supported by donations. It features some exciting tools—one that I would single out is Ukulele Play Along.

Just as the name implies, with Ukulele Play Along, you get to watch a video with instructions on how to play the song you choose and play along with it. The chords and tabs you have to use are also listed, making it very easy to practice songs. The Ukulele Chordfinder app keeps adding songs every single month.

6. Richard G’s Ukulele Songbook

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Go to website: Richard G’s Ukulele Songbook

The songbook features over 1,300 songs. They are mostly from the ‘60s, ‘70s, ‘80s, and ‘90s and are arranged specifically for ukuleles. Do you want to learn how to play The Beatles’ “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” or Bill Withers’ “Ain’t No Sunshine”? This site has you covered. It even has a top list of the most unpopular songs in its collection for those who like to take on a challenge and learn songs that aren’t loved by the mainstream public.

Richard G’s collection has been viewed over 31 million times since 2012 when it was launched. It is still a very popular resource for ukulele players that want to learn a new song to play since the arrangements are very well done.

7. Ukulele Tricks

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Go to website: Ukulele Tricks

Ukulele Tricks was created to help people learn how to play the uke. It features several free lessons and also gives you the option to download some books. It offers some paid products and tools, but many free songs are available for you to practice.

With Ukulele Tricks, you can learn how to play beginner songs, such as Lady Gaga’s “Million Reasons,” intermediate-level songs like Justin Bieber’s “Love Yourself,” chord melody songs like the traditional “O Shenandoah,” Christmas songs such as “Jingle Bells,” and even fingerpicking songs like “Old MacDonald Had a Farm.” Join the classes presented by Brett McQueen, or just enjoy the free chords.

8. Tabs4Ukulele.com

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Go to website: Tabs4Ukulele

Tabs4Ukulele is the most straightforward website on this list. It is a free ukulele songbook containing some of the most popular songs you might like to learn how to play, all available online. If you want to learn some classics like Metallica’s “Nothing Else Matters” and Fools Garden’s “Lemon Tree,” this site has you covered.

The tabs available are arranged based on different criteria. You can see the most popular tabs of the moment, check out the featured artists, or stroll to the tabs meant to be practiced by beginners. If you want more, there is a resource list that allows you to learn more about the musical instrument and how to play it.

9. EzFolk.com

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Do you want to play some folk or country songs with your ukulele? If so, EzFolk.com is a great resource. There are video courses and tutorials available for beginners, and for more advanced players, countless popular and even lesser-known tracks are available.

Although EzFolk.com doesn’t offer as many tabs and chords as the other sites on this list, I had to mention it since many people are interested in playing folk and country songs. Besides the ukulele, EzFolk.com also features songs for the harmonica, banjo, and guitar.

10. E-Chords.com

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When you visit E-Chords.com for the first time, you might be a bit overwhelmed, but you should stick with it! This is because there are over 1 million songs available in its database. The great news for you is that most of these songs have ukulele tabs, like Radiohead’s “Creep.”

As you browse the tabs and chords, press or hover over the name of the chord which appears above the lyrics. This will show you the chord chart diagram.

The only problem with E-Chords.com and why I mention it last is that its usefulness is limited. You can only transpose chords if you pay a membership fee. However, if this isn’t a problem for you, the database is one of the largest you can find online right now.


One of the essential parts of learning ukulele is practice. You need to experiment and constantly learn more and more songs that use different techniques to improve your playing so that eventually you can tackle harder songs to play.

Browse through the top ukulele chord and tab sites presented above, find what you like, and learn how to play the songs of your choice. You can also make use of some video lessons and simple chords/tabs. If there is one song your heart is set on learning, you can most likely find it on one of these sites.

Brian Clark

Brian Clark

I’ve been a writer with Musician Wave for six years, turning my 17-year journey as a multi-instrumentalist and music producer into insightful news, tutorials, reviews, and features.

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