Topic: Capo Chart from rstauffe

<font color="red"><b>Heres that capo chart.</b></font>

- Big DJ

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DJ Cormier

Re: Capo Chart from rstauffe

Bollox, ive got a capo but i dont understand that  <img src="images/smiley_icons/icon_confused.gif" border=0 alt="Confused">

Re: Capo Chart from rstauffe

It's not too hard.  If you have a song in the key of A (first chord usually sets the key) and because of the singer's vocal range you need to play it in the key of C.  You just move up to a capo on the third fret.  Moving to the first fret would make it A# or Bp, the second fret makes it B, and since there are no notes between B and C, the capo on the third fret make it in the key of C.  Now you can still play the chords as originally written.  You will just me making the A further up...similar to the effect you get with a bar chord.

Re: Capo Chart from rstauffe

big d

thanks for posting that for me

i still do not know why i couldn't


always pickin someting

Re: Capo Chart from rstauffe

Thats how I usualy think of a capo is as a barre chord with open strings. <img src="images/smiley_icons/icon_rolleyes.gif" border=0 alt="Rolling Eyes">  Geuss that sounds goofy but it works for me.

                                  - Mike

"Nobody paints by ear so why would I play guitar by sight?" hmm