Topic: transpose

Help please .  I have a song that  I play with a recording but it is on capo 3 I  want to play it without a capo  because as the chords get higher on the neck I have a problem with finger placement.  I want to play it with the recording and be in tune without the capo.  I can't figure it out
Capo 3
E

B              Cm

C#m

A

E

B             Cm

C#m

A

F#m                 Abm

A              B

E

B       Cm

C#m

A

E

B     Cm

C#m                A

E

E                       B           Cm

C#m

A

E           

B         Cm

C#m                                  A

F#m            Abm               A                  Bx

E

B    Cm

C#m

A                 

E

B    Cm

C#m                       A

Abm          C#m   F#m  Abm   A      Bx

Abm     C#m      F#m           Abm      A         Bx

Abm     C#m       Ax 

Am

E

B       Cm

C#m

A

E

B     Cm

C#m                A

E

B       Cm

C#m

A

E

B     Cm

C#m                A

E

Re: transpose

Hi there,

A, A#, B, C, C#, D, D#, E, F, F#, G, G#

You can do it yourself using the above list. The capo is on the third fret so take a chord, say E. Now now count up 3: 1 = F, 2 = F# and 3 = G. You just have to remember that if you get to G# you start again at A.

If it happens to be a flat key they progression is:

A, Bb, B, C, Db, D, Eb, E, F, Gb, G, Ab

Roger

Re: transpose

Hiya
Here go go

[G]
[D]                 [Ebm]
[Em]
[C]
[G]
[D]                [Ebm]
[Em]
[C]
[Am]                         [Bm]
[C]                 [D]
[G]
[D]          [Ebm]
[Em]
[C]
[G]
[D]        [Ebm]
[Em]                         [C]
[G]
[G]                         [D]              [Ebm]
[Em]
[C]
[G]
[D]            [Ebm]
[Em]                                           [C]
[Am]                    [Bm]                        [C]                    [Dx]
[G]
[D]       [Ebm]
[Em]
[C]
[G]
[D]       [Ebm]
[Em]                                [C]
[Bm]                   [Em]           [Am]          [Bm]            [C]         [Dx]
[Bm]              [Em]              [Am]                   [Bm]               [C]            [Dx]
[Bm]              [Em]               [C]
[Cm]
[G]
[D]          [Ebm]
[Em]
[C]
[G]
[D]        [Ebm]
[Em]                         [C]
[G]
[D]          [Ebm]
[Em]
[C]
[G]
[D]        [Ebm]
[Em]                         [C]
{E}

Re: transpose

In the stickies there is a capo conversion chart you can reference in the future.

Keep Rockin!!!!!!!!!!!

Re: transpose

zguitar wrote:

In the stickies there is a capo conversion chart you can reference in the future.

I think we were reading one another's minds Z.  Here's the link:  http://www.chordie.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=15164

And for your refrence, it's right at the top of this section (Acoustic).

Art and beauty are in the eyes of the beholder.
What constitutes excellent music is in the ears of the listener.

Re: transpose

lOOK WHAT I FOUND

http://thetabulator.com/