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  • DHeaton

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    February 27, 2023 at 9:57 am

    I have read your reply a couple of times and I think it makes sense to me now. So, please help me understand a bit further. So if the capo is on the first fret would make a D an E-flat, then moving the capo up to fret two, would make the D fingering and E correct? Where can I learn what cords belong to a certain group? For example, you say a major cord could be C, G, and D. How do I know if I put the capo on the 2nd fret what cord shapes sound like the C, G, and D? I hope that makes sense to you. It even confuses me when I read it.