Online Ukulele Tuner

Use this free online ukulele tuner to tune your ukulele. This online tuner is special because you are able to change the notes to what you want, this is especially useful if you are using Alternate Ukulele Tunings. The default tuning is the standard GCEA ukulele tuning. If you have a Banjo Ukulele, then the tunings are still the same, so this will work. You will find presets for alternate tunings on the right side. For other methods on how to tune your ukulele go to our How to Tune the Ukulele page. Below the tuner there are instructions on how to use it.

ALERT Sorry, your web browser does not support Adobe Flash or does not have it installed. Most Apple products do not support Flash. Please use our HTML5 Ukulele Tuner that will work with almost all modern browsers.

If this tuner does not work for you check out our HTML5 Ukulele Tuner.

Check out our old ukulele tuner.

The numbering of the strings on a ukulele

How to Use this Tuner: To the right there is an image that explains the numbering of the strings on an ukulele. Click on the note for the string you want to tune and then turn the tuning pegs on your ukulele and match it up with the note that is being played. Adjust the volume on your computer until it is close to the volume of the sound your ukulele produces so one sound does not overwhelm the other. In this tuner there are two tones provided, a natural ukulele sound, and a computer generated frequency that is exactly the correct pitch, use whichever you find easier to use.

Hal Leonard Ukulele Method Book 1Learn how to play: Now that you have your ukulele tuned, it is time to start playing it. Beginner ukulele players tend to have quite a few options to choose from when it comes to learning how to play. There are many ukulele learn-to-play resources available online in the form of articles and videos. Visit our article on Learn How To Play the Ukulele.

The Hal Leonard Ukulele Method is a great resource for those who are beginning ukulele or experienced players who want to hone their skills. It includes a CD that contains 46 tracks of songs for demonstration and play along.

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by San Beda Collage on

thanks, put me on the right track

by geronimo on

thanks, put me on the right track

by geronimo on


Excellent article. Very interesting to read. I really love to read such a nice article. Thanks! keep rocking.

by des client dans le nettoyage on

The website is looking bit flashy and it catches the visitors eyes. Design is pretty simple and a good user friendly interface.

by des client dans le nettoyage on

Can't understand.

by Frustration on

I think it is in tune idk for sure LOL 9+10=21

by 21 on

cool my ukulele tuned and ready to play

by lorenzo on

Great thanks!

by maeva on

This is very cool thanks­čśů­čśÇ

by Richard on


That was the boringist thing ever

by Caleb on


Cool and jus awesome

by Richie on

I bought a used 6 string Uke that came tuned as ADGCEA. Nothing I've seen so far addresses this tuning. I bought it so I could have a Uke in the 2 places I freqent (West & East coast)without being concerned with damaging it during travel. I am a brand new student and would like to be able to apply what I learn to both of the Ukes. Would you suggest removing 2 strings or something else? If keeping all six strings is best, how do I tune it and where can I find tabs for a 6 string?
Thanks for your help.

by Marie on

Can you please make it easy to find to tuner. Thank you

by Elijah Jones on

with this sight i was able to tune my uklele with no problem.i play the guita some and i enjoy all kinds of music .thanks .i can play a little bit .wrote some cords down and do pretty good

by juanita jnes on

Great tuning app! Got my uke down a half step easily with this.

by Nathan on

@MJ, try the html5 version first:

the link is right under the tuner. If that doesn't work (and also to answer your second question), you can get the app at:

by Scott on

it doesnt there a way for me to download this for my phone?

by MJ on

mahalo, worked great for my uke.

by Janice on
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