YouTube has a vast array of free ukulele lessons to Learn To Uke using videos. Admittedly, the quality varies, greatly. What if you find a tutorial you like but the instructor only goes through it once, and it’s a bit too fast for you to follow? There are a number of tools you can use to help you along. This is my unbiased and not sponsored opinion, and I hope it helps you.
If the instructor goes too fast for your liking, there is a native feature on YouTube that allows you to go slower. Click the ‘gear’ icon at the bottom left of the video. It says ‘settings’ and allows you to change the speed of playback.
Want to repeat one part of the video?
Paste the link into here and it will allow you to repeat a section of the video as many times as you like.
If you want to keep it native there is a chrome extension here that allows you to do the same thing as Loopio, but it will appear native under each YouTube video.
Finally, don’t forget to reach out to the creator if there’s anything that’s unclear in the comments section. Easy and free, if you have a google account.