#1
I found a nice little chord progression I like, the problem is I have to move the capo between chords haha. I was screwing around doing it and it sounded nice, so i just need help figuring out what these chords are and an easy way to play it without moving the capo between chords.

The root position for the chord is:
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6
7
7
-
-

I keep that fingering and have the capo at the 5th, then 3rd, then 1st

I know the first chord would be a Dm but what are the rest?
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#2
Dm-Cm-Bbm

And why not just learn how to use barre chords so you don't need that capo? I know it may feel difficult to begin with, but once you get it down you'll open up a lot more playing possibilities.
#3
The root is on the 5th string and Dm is correct


5th 3rd 1st
Dm Cm A#m

edit yes it would be Bbm according to the chords where sharper because u drop to Bbm
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#4
yes after learn Barre chords Learn the (CAGED) this will help you on your road to playing guitar and inprovising
#5
I may not have phrased that right, here are the actual tabs for each chord:

5 - 3 - 1
6 - 6 - 6
7 - 7 - 7
7 - 7 - 7
5 - 3 - 1
5 - 3 - 1

The first is a Dm, or an Am with capo 5th. I hold that exact same finger position, on the same frets, and just move the capo to 3 for the second, and to 1 on the last
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#6
one way to solve that is to allow your index finger to grow 7 or 8 inches.