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Asked by Robin on 2001-03-02
Were can I find out how to change cords say a song is in C and I want to change all the cords in D. were do I find that.
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Answer posted by jimbo on 2001-05-14
If the song had the chords c,f,g for example then the new chords would be d,g,a. this is accomplished by moving up an equivilent amount of notes for each chord. i.e. c-c#-d, f-f#-g, g-g#-a, if the chords for example for another song were c,d,f,g and you wanted to change to start on g then each chord would go up an equal amount of increments and the new chords would be c-c#-d-d#-e-f-f#-g, d-d#-e-f-f#-g-g#-a, f-f#-g-g#-a-a#-b-c g-g#-a-a#-b-c-c#-d new chords would be g, a, c, d

Answer posted by Unknown on 2001-06-10
A CAPO MIGHT DO THE TRICK. TRY CAPO AT SECOND FRET.

Answer posted by Jim on 2001-09-28
Go to the below listed sight. There is both an on-line interactive transposition wheel, and a downloadable version you can make and throw into your guitar case. It works perfectly every time. Just follow the directions, http://hot.virtual-pc.com/guitar/resources/transposition_wheel_shock.htm

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