To read a ukulele chord diagram is not difficult. You just need to imagine watching at a ukulele fretboard in front of you. The headstock would be at the top. The body of the ukulele would be at the bottom. The vertical lines of the diagram are the strings G C E A from left to right (this is the standard ukulele tuning). The frets are the horizontal lines. Unfortunately, for many beginners, learning ukulele chords and shapes this way is not that easy. Therefore, we decided to visualize ukulele chords diagrams and shapes in a different way. We positioned them on a 3D fretboard! Now the chord shape looks the same way it would look like if you hold a ukulele in your hands and you placed your fingers on the fretboard. Thanks to our 3D Visualization Tool reading ukulele chords diagrams and chord shapes is easy and fun.