If you have studied guitar, learning ukulele is very simple. It’s easy to learn without learning. First of all, from the perspective of spectrum, the four-line spectrum designed for Ukuleli is a commonly used notation for Ukuleli. For most of the Ukulele players born in non-music classes, the staff is more friendly than the staff and easy to learn.
First, put the piano lying down next to the four-line spectrum, and the four horizontal lines of the four-line spectrum, from top to bottom, represent the 1, 2, 3, and 4 strings of Ukulele. The number above the tabs represents the number of cells to be played. To play an empty string, it is represented by 0. The tabs only tell us the strings that the left hand should press and the strings that the right hand should dial. As for the melody and rhythm, it is still expressed by staves or notation.