For the manly who show it through playing the most manly instrument on planet: The Guitar.
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Started by Nick H. Last reply by Brian W. Barrett Aug 7, 2013.
I'm going off the version from the Wolfetones.
Actually two versions I listened to are capoed. One at II one at III. Doesn't matter really It's played out of C/Am relative to the capo. . . Thing about it is the capo in "standard use" is to change the key to fit the voice of the singer. You could play/sing in the real key of C if the singer can handle it. You could also capo and change the chords you play to make it in the key of C. . . blah blah. It is a trick often done in the studio to add texture or to simulate a 12-string.
Who's Version of Black and Tans are you going from?
Does anyone know if the song "Come Out Ye Black and Tans" is played with a Capo?
Great guitar rock video by 'The voters' n the spirit of the election season
An Israeli rock tribute to the white stripes style of play and to the manliest guitar player in the world Mr. Jack White.
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