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How To Use A Capo

You can use a capo to easily change the key of a song. A lot of people do this so that they can sing the song in a range that is comfortable. Regardless of where you place a capo, the idea is that you create a ‘floating nut’.  Read More »How To Use A Capo

“Norwegian Wood” by The Beatles

Difficulty: Easy

You’ll find two guitar parts below. The 2nd guitar is a guitar arraignment the sitar part. You’ll need to place a capo on the 2nd fret to play in key. All notes are relative to the capo. It’s also in 6/8 time which is similar to 3/4 time. 6/8 time tells us that each measure gets 6 eighth notes. In 3/4 time each measure gets 3 quarters notes. 6 eighth notes is equivilent to 3 quarter notes, so they’re both pretty much the same. Both 6/8 and 3/4 time give a song a bit of a swing.Read More »“Norwegian Wood” by The Beatles