#1
ok when someone plays a song with barre chords such as sitting, waiting, wishing by jack johnson how does someone figure out where you place the capso that you can play it with open chords instead of barre chords?
#2
Just use the open voicings of the chords, no need for a capo.
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#3
Quote by 5kuzgib
Just use the open voicings of the chords, no need for a capo.

then what is the cap used for? changing the key? when people joke around go "OH UR NOT GOOD ENOUGH TO PLAY WITHOUT A CAPO!" what are they reffering too
#4
That song doesn't use a capo...
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#6
Quote by A-Chilton
then what is the cap used for? changing the key? when people joke around go "OH UR NOT GOOD ENOUGH TO PLAY WITHOUT A CAPO!" what are they reffering too


generally you don't use a capo for bar chords, it just changes the open notes to where ever you put it. like wonderwall uses capo second fret. not a chance in hell you could play it without the capo, your always using all 4 fingers and the song would sound completely wrong without the capo on the second fret.
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