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    Member Member Asuka's Avatar
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    Alright, I recently bought a capo for my six string guitar, but I don't quite understand how it works, could you please help me? I realize that capo's are used to bar whole steps/half steps up. I also read that when you use a capo, if you're a whole step up, then in order to get the chord sound of lets say, a G, you need to change to a different chord in order to make it sound like a G. Could someone please explain all of this to mean? I would be really glad. And if you would, give me the chords of: C, G, Am, F, Dm with a capo on 2nd fret. Thanks

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    Six String Samurai~ Member Ray=Out's Avatar
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    well.........its not hard to understand, here try this site it should help you find out how to use it....i would tell you how but i have to get back to school.........
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capo

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