#1
if a song is played G - Em - C - Am with a capo on the 3rd fret... what key is that in? C?
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#2
G major... with the capo it would be A# .
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#4
pretty sure. I'm not a harmonica expert though so there's a chance I'm wrong. But a C harmonica sounds like C major so i'm guessin you'd get an A#.
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#6
I believe they make harmonicas in every key, but I thought that a G harmonica could play in G Sharp and G Flat. So couldnt an A harmonica play in sharps and flats?
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#7
i dont know... i jsut got one... ummm sharps and flats.... wouldthat jsut be blow in or blow out?
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#8
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do they make an A#
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