Using the Capo to Change Keys

 

Each fret represents a half-step increase in pitch. Then if you place the capo on the first fret and play the chord of G you will hear the A-flat chord.

The following list will show the actual chords when you play the chords in the key of G.

First Fret = Key of A-flat

Second Fret = Key of A

Third Fret = Key of B-flat

Fourth Fret = Key of B

Fifth Fret = Key of C

Usually this is where you stop using the fret; but here are more.

Sixth Fret = Key of D-flat

Seventh Fret = Key of D

Eighth Fret = Key of E-flat

Ninth Fret = Key of E

Tenth Fret = Key of F

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