#1
okay... this guy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ArLK9G2LNVw is playing with a capo on 1. it looks like he's starting with a G major (in relation to the capo.) when i put my capo on 1 and play a G major, it sounds nothing like it. a tab on here said that this song started on F, so does that mean he is in drop D with a capo?
i really want to play this version of it and sing it... but i'm confused on how to start. it looks easy as hell to play, but i'm not sure what's going on.
thanks.
by the way, if you wanna see if you can figure out the rest of the chords, feel free lol. i have bad vision
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Last edited by Kynyster_K at Jun 19, 2010,
#2
Capo at 1 and playing a standard G pattern - he's in a dropped tuning. Drop each string by a half step. In other words, when he's playing the 3rd fret of the 6th string, it's an F#. Tune E to D#, A to G# and so on. Another way to play this is with barre chords, if you know them.