Guitar Capo Secrets Part 2

Thanks for joining me in the second installment of Guitar Capo Secrets….

if you have missed the first part. Go ahead and click here..

The second part of this tutorial is even juicier. I go deep into how you can really play in any key with a just a few simple moves. I also expand into your diatonic modes and a couple of more chords to spicy up your guitar chord palette.

 Enjoy the second part of Guitar capo secrets…


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Ok, this stuff is getting pretty juicy please stay tuned for the next installment of guitar Capo secrets.

Please feel free to share this with anyone who is looking to pick up guitar and if you have any questions or struggles you’re dealing with at the moment please leave a comment below and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can.

If you missed the first part click here.


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  • Nate Allen September 12, 2014, 5:58 am

    While I enjoy the format in which you present the material, I have to point out that both of the chords you have listed are wrong. G/B should be 1st finger, 2nd fret, 5th string & 3rd finger, 3rd fret, 1st string…The D/F# chord should just be moved down one set of strings (fingers should be on the 6th, 3rd, and 2nd strings rather than the 5th, 2nd, and 1st…The fret positons are correct, just on th wrong string). Sorry to be a knit picker, I do enjoy the way you have presented the lesson!

    • drivenn September 12, 2014, 4:41 pm

      Buddy, thanks for the second pair of eyes. At the moment I don’t have an editor to check my errors. The G/B is technically correct theoretically from a diatonic perspective but the visual image is wrong. The correct symbol should be C2/B, not G/B. The image for the D/F#: you’re right I need to move it up. Thanks for your help. Please pray that I get an editor.=)

  • Izatech September 14, 2014, 8:03 pm

    There are more than a few of us out here that are anything but lazy. Some of us have physical limitations. Nerve damage and arthritis can significantly disrupt a players ability to utilize the entire neck. The capo is an older players best friend. I have the rhythm, just not the dexterity of my youth.
    That being said, I think the presentation is excellent.

    • drivenn September 14, 2014, 8:24 pm

      Thanks you my friend, I currently have an older student on their 70’s and they’re currently experience physical limitations as well and the capo helps them a lot. Great point.

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