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If you put capo on 2nd fret and play D chord what is equivalent without capo?

If you play a D chord with no capo, obviously it would be a D. All  you have to do is move it up two steps so it would be a C.
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What is capo in music?

  Answer   A capo (short for capotasto, Italian for "head of fretboard", also called a fret lobster) is a device used for shortening the strings, and hence raising th (MORE)
In Guitars

In guitar what does capo 2 mean?

A capo is a device which is clamped onto the fretboard and is used to hold all strings on a chosen fret, just as if you had your finger barred across on that fret. With that i (MORE)

What do you do if you don't have a capo?

You will have to play bare chords since your uncapoed strings will be ringing at the wrong pitch, preventing you from being able to play open chords with the proper notes ring (MORE)

Can you put a steel string capo on a nylon string guitar or vise versa?

  I've used a popsicle stick and three rubber bands as a capo on both steel and nylon string guitars effectively. The trick is will it hold down the strings enough to "bar (MORE)

What can i use if i don't have a capo?

you can go to ultimate guitar.com or chordie.com and hit the transpose buttun and you can play the song in a higher key
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Can a capo be used on a violin?

Capos are rarely used on a violin but one can be modified to fit a violin. Back in the day a match would be placed underneath the strings to change or modify the sound. Modern (MORE)