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How To Find New & Interesting Guitar Chords Using a Capo

How To Find New & Interesting Guitar Chords Using a Capo

So you've memorized the basic major and minor chords, and learned a few easy guitar songs. What's next? Check out what a capo can do for you in this guest post by Perth Amboy, NJ teacher Jeff S...   In case you're unfamiliar with a capo, they're those metal devices that clip onto the neck of a guitar, as you see in the photo above. If you're a guitarist and you don't own a capo yet, but are curious about them, my hope is that you'll want to get one after reading this article. And … Read More

How To Find New & Interesting Guitar Chords Using a Capo
So you've memorized the basic major and minor chords, and learned a few easy guitar songs. What's next? Check out what a capo can do for you in this guest post by Perth Amboy, NJ teacher Jeff S...   In case you're unfamiliar with a capo, they're those metal devices that clip onto the neck of a guitar, as you see in the photo above. If you're a guitarist and you don't own a capo yet, but are curious about them, my hope is that you'll want to get one after reading this article. And
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