🌴 Here you'll find a virtual ukulele fretboard where you can
see the notes and highlight the notes of specific scales. You can select between a right handed or a left handed ukulele fretboard
and hear the pitch of the different notes.
Select between a few different tuning options and see how the note placement changes on the fretboard depending on the selected tuning.
🎸 You can also check out the similar guitar and bass fretboards.
A Word About Ukulele Tuning
The most common/standard ukulele size is the soprano ukulele, and the standard tuning for the soprano ukulele is C tuning (gCEA), also often called high G tuning. The lowercase 'g' indicates that this is re-entrant tuning, meaning that the G on the 4 string is not the lowest pitch and the pitches are not ordered in a fully ascending manner.
Some like to tune a standard ukulele to low G, so that the 4 string is actually the lowest pitch with a G that's an octave lower than with standard tuning.
D tuning (aDF♯B) is a popular alternate tuning option for both the standard soprano ukulele and the concert ukulele.
The baritone ukulele is most often tuned to DGBE.