#1
Can someone please tell me what the actual chords are for these chord shapes played with the capo on the second fret? Thanks!

Am
F
G
Dm
E
#2
I find this chart to be handy. Its obviously the 2nd one down on the page.

http://www.don-guitar.com/transpose.html

Edit: Just noticed it doesnt list the minor chords though so maybe someone else can chime in on those. (unless its the same with major and minor, but I dont know)
Last edited by SouthFL79 at Jan 18, 2012,
#3
I'll let you work it out for yourself by telling you this. The range of notes go:
C, D, E, F, G, A, B, C. If you are playing Am chord shape at the second fret then add two half notes, or one whole note to the letter A (e.g. A + 1) and what do you get?

Also in your list there is one that is going to be a sharp/flat note.
#4
Don't understand music - sorry. I'll admit it. I am clueless and lazy, despite everyone efforts to let me figure these things out. Thanks for trying.
#6
Do you mean what would be equivalent to all the possible shapes you can play in the open string position, except with a capo on the 2nd fret?

If thats what you mean then these are them.

F#
F#m
D
Bm
B
Em
E
A

There are many more... but those are the major and minor chords.

Check this site out. www.all-guitar-chords.com

It has everything you will need.
#7
Quote by crmrz
Bm
G
A
Em
F#


Right

Quote by Ryan Tunis
Do you mean what would be equivalent to all the possible shapes you can play in the open string position, except with a capo on the 2nd fret?

If thats what you mean then these are them.

F#
F#m
D
Bm
B
Em
E
A

There are many more... but those are the major and minor chords.

Check this site out. www.all-guitar-chords.com

It has everything you will need.


Wrong
#8
Thanks, crmrz!

The site below does not appear to have the ability to show bar chords. Am I not seeing it? Any other sites that do?

Thanks
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There are many more... but those are the major and minor chords.

Check this site out. www.all-guitar-chords.com

It has everything you will need.