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Using a Capo to Adapt the Tools

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As I'm sure you've noticed at this point, there are many great tools and tricks that only works for certain chords and not for others. Most chords offer some possibility for tricks and variations, but it's not always the ones you want to use- especially when it comes to the more unusual keys like flat keys like E-flat and B-flat for example.

That's where the device called a “capo” is incredibly valuable because it enables you to use all of these tricks and tools in multiple keys. Anytime you have a new song you have several different options for where to put your capo and therefore which vocabulary you'll be able to use, and that's what we'll explore in this tutorial.

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Using a Capo to Adapt the Tools