[ The chord fingering shows you how to play a chord, i.e. which finger should be used on which string. Each number corresponds to a finger (1.index, 2.middle, 3.ring, 4.little finger). The color code is only there to make the diagram easier to read..? ]
Alternative Cadd9 positions
We have 1 different playable positions for this uke chord.
Chord notes on the neck
Create your own Cadd9 ukulele chord using the following notes : C (Perfect unison, +0 Half-tonesT), E (Major third, +4 Half-tones3M), G (Perfect fifth, +7 Half-tones5J), D (Major ninth, +14 Half-tones9M),