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lets say i have a capo on the 2nd fret does that mean that the 3rd fret botton string {low E} is f and 4th f# amd so on. so the chords are played to same but sound diffrent, so basicly a capo just changes the sound but every thing else is that same ei chord, scale
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Quote by Gitar crazy
lets say i have a capo on the 2nd fret does that mean that the 3rd fret botton string {low E} is f and 4th f# amd so on. so the chords are played to same but sound diffrent, so basicly a capo just changes the sound but every thing else is that same ei chord, scale

Uh..

I'm not sure if I'm answering your question, because I'm not sure what your question is, but basically if you put a capo on the 2nd fret, everything goes up two half-steps... an open G chord is an A chord... and an open E-string is actually an F#

So no, it doesn't "just change the sound" - it changes the notes so you're playing in a different key and would have to adjust your scales accordingly.