#1
Okay, so I know that the intro is played on a 12-string acoustic with a capo at the seventh fret. Then went it repeats for the first time, a normal acoustic comes in next. On the Eagles Farewell 1 Tour DVD, the second guitar to come in is a 12-string with a capo at the second fret. Is the capo on the first guitar used to make the song easier to play?

I have a tab book of the album. For the song it says the capo is at the seventh fret, but isn't is played up on the 1-4 fret area. I've seen tabs on UG where it says to play it at the 7-11 fret area. Where do you really play it? And why the capo on the second fret on the Farewell DVD version?
#3
You play it in the seventh. The other acoustic capo is used almost like the 7th fret ( bminor can be played no the 7th and the 2nd. Think about it, thats about it really.
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#4
1-4 fret when there is a capo on 7th is the same as 7-11 frets...the frets numbers are relative
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1-4 fret when there is a capo on 7th is the same as 7-11 frets...the frets numbers are relative


Uh, 1-4 when a capo is on 7 would be 8-12, since 0 would be the 7th fret.
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