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on April 20, 2006 at 5:57:06 pm

I've been using a capo 3 on an electric guitar regularly since the 1970s. And occasionally hearing how I should grow up and use barre chords (which I also do, just BTW).


I think this is starting to change. I think actually rock guitar is starting to grow up. And about time.


As I see it, there are three stages to guitarists' using the capo:


Stage 1: Beginner. Uses a capo for some keys because they don't know the chirds or have the technique to play them any other way.


Stage 2: Advanced player. Never uses a capo, or needs to, or wants to.


Stage 3: Master player. Uses a capo or not or whatever else gets the sound they want.


I'm so tough I eat quiche in front of truckies - George Similovitch

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