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Using the capo: Part 1

Using the capo: Part 1: Banjo Lessons: 2 Hammer-Ons and Pull-Offs
Using the capo: Part 1: Banjo Lessons: 2 Hammer-Ons and Pull-Offs

A Capo is an external device that clips or locks onto your banjo neck to shorten the string length and raise the key you're playing in without changing the fingering shapes in the left hand that you are familiar with. This is commonly used when accomodating singers that need a song to be in a higher range. Tony will walk you through how to use the device along with tips to get the best use out of it.

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Music Theory Music Lessons Audio + Music

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