But we're planning on getting at least some chord charts together as soon as we can. (Although things always seem to have a way of taking longer than you want them too!)
In the meantime I'd like to mention that in order to get the sound you hear on our recordings you'll need a left-handed player… who plays a right handed ukulele… upside down! Or… at least be able to invert the strum pattern!
You see, Timothy Jay, our rhythm man is left handed. (It's not his fault, he was born that way. ;-) And after years of seeing his guitar buying options greatly reduced because of this, he decided to work with ukuleles by flipping them over and learning the chord shapes inverted.
This gives his strumming a different feel, sound-wise, as his fingers hit the A first rather than the G. So his down stroke is a normal player's up stroke, and vice-versa. And it’s a very different sound if he’s playing on a uke strung with a Low-G.
That happened back when uke fever hadn't caught on nearly as much. Now there are quite a few "lefty" options available. But once you learn something one way and like it… why change?
So with that in mind we'll try to have some strum examples with the chords so you can "flip" them to get closer to the sound on the song if you like.
Anyway, we'd like to thank everyone who asked for tabs and/or chords. It's quite a compliment when someone likes our music, but an even bigger one when they tell us they'd like to be able to play it themselves.
Kind of an ultimate compliment, actually.
So, THANK YOU!