How to Play the Beatles' "Eleanor Rigby" on the ukulele
If you want to learn how to play Eleanor Rigby by the Beatles on the ukulele in key g this might be for you. There are only two chords with some variations throughout this song. The first chord you need to play is B minor. The B minor chord consists of a bar on the second fret on the bottom 3 strings and the fourth fret on the fourth string. The next chord in the progression is B minor7. To play B minor7 use the formation for the B chord; however, in this variation you must put your finger on the fifth fret second string. The following chord is B minor6. To play B minor6 you must move your finger down a half step from the fifth fret to the fourth fret on the second string. The final chord in the progression is G. To play G place your fingers on the second fret stings one and three and the third fret on the second string. The strumming pattern for this song is a straight shuffle.