Date: 2016-04-29 09:32 am (UTC)
wychwood: chess queen against a runestone (Default)
From: [personal profile] wychwood
If you have transposed the chords, you should then play the new ones as if that was all you knew about. So if you had a sequence that used to go:

C Dm G

And you transpose it up a tone, you should end up with:

D Em A

You then forget all about the original chords and play D Em A exactly as normal, and sing along with them as normal; the result will be one tone (two frets) higher than the original.

Alternatively, instead of changing the names of the chord, you can put a capo on the second fret and play the original chords (C Dm G) treating the third fret of the guitar as the first fret.
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