Keston Cobblers’ Club – Pett Level (Chords)


Keston Cobblers’ Club – Pett Level (Chords)

I’m enjoying everything the Cobblers are putting out at the moment. And, judging by the number of requests for this one, it looks like I’m not the only one. They’re being massive teases and releasing their new album three tracks at a time. Pett Level crops up on the second part For.

The song is played with a capo on the 7th fret (which, along with the double tracking, give it a mandoliny sound). If you want to play along with out a capo, you can use these chords:


Keston Cobblers’ Club – Pett Level (Without Capo)

Suggested Strumming

A simple strumming pattern you can use all the way through is:

d – d u – u d u

Intro and verse: play that twice for the C5 at the beginning of each section and C at the end. And once for everything else.
Instrumental and Outro: play it twice for the C5 then once for everything else.
Middle: Once for everything except the G7s on ‘day’ and ‘away’.

Slowed down, the strum sounds like this:

 
Strumming Pattern

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10 Comments

  1. The Captain November 22nd, 2011 9:12 pm

    I do enjoy the Cobblers, too, but with just one ukulele the capo at the 7th fret doesn’t sound too good. So thanks for the play along sheet. It’s good fun.

  2. cardboardfrog November 22nd, 2011 9:29 pm

    excellent transcription yet again woodshed,
    loving the new keston cobblers tracks atm.
    i didn’t find it too uncomfortable to just barre off at the 7th fret but then again getting my capo would involve getting up…

  3. Woodshed November 23rd, 2011 9:20 am

    Captain: I think it sounds pretty good with one uke.

    cbf: I found it quite tricky without the capo. Still, you’re right, better than getting up.

  4. davidx November 23rd, 2011 10:54 am

    Fantastic thanks.Would love to give it a go one day but im still very new to the lovely uke.I had a look at you playing Dueling Banjoes “Brill mate” I think you played a Flea am i correct?

  5. Woodshed November 23rd, 2011 11:43 am

    davidx: Thanks! It’s actually a KoAloha Sceptre.

  6. Wes January 13th, 2012 11:02 pm

    I dig this song. It is kind of a tricky barre, but that just makes it more fun. Try barring it for the first verse or two, and then switching to the unbarred version. It fills out beautifully.

  7. Tom August 29th, 2013 3:44 am

    Any chance of getting the chords to “Beam”?
    I can’t find them anywhere.

    Many thanks and keep up the fine work.

  8. Woodshed August 29th, 2013 9:07 am

    Tom: I pretty good chance. I love the Cobblers!

  9. Harryink October 31st, 2013 2:09 am

    Have to teach a workshop in a week. What will I teach? What will I teach? This song comes on my shuffling ear phones! Ah ha! Using a capo with a uke – not a common habit so a good topic for a uke workshop. I tend to use short pencils and elastic bands for capos.
    Thanks for the transcription. I have already had the kids at my school perform this song (it’s a fav’ of their’s).
    Cheers

    Harry

  10. Woodshed October 31st, 2013 8:23 am

    Harry: Excellent! I’m glad I could help.

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