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nullnaught  
24 Dec 2010 06:59 | Quote
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lets say you put a capo on the 1st fret. Then you play all the open
chords as if your in the key of C Major. Does that mean your in the key of D flat now?
Phip  
24 Dec 2010 09:08 | Quote
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@ Nullnaught,
Yup, C# or Db, either way. you have moved ALL your notes up a half step.
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neomass1  
24 Dec 2010 15:20 | Quote
Joined: 10 Apr 2010
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@nullnaught When I first started to understand this it took me back a step, Sadly I guess the jock learn 4 chords comes from. A Capo can be a powerful tool if used right.

I don't know why but you would ever need more then one or two, but this guy used FIVE!

nullnaught  
24 Dec 2010 17:27 | Quote
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Thanks.


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