Partial Capo Techniques Part 2 (Guitar Lesson)


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Randall Williams

Partial Capo Techniques Part 2

Randall Williams shares part two of his fantastic Partial Capo Techniques mini-series.

Taught by Randall Williams in Lessons with Randall Williams seriesLength: 16:30Difficulty: 3.0 of 5

Chord Charts

The first set of numbers in each chord chart indicates the strings that are fretted by the left hand fingers in conjunction with the short cut capo. The second set of numbers indicates the appropriate fretting fingers.

I. Short Cut Capo at the 2nd Fret on Strings 5, 4, and 3

E (Based on the "Open" D Shape)


E_4_2
B_5_3
G_4_1
D_2_
A_2_
E_0_

F#m11 (Based on the "Open" Em Shape)

E_0_
B_0_
G_2_
D_4_4
A_4_3
E_2_1

G#m(addb6, b9) (Based on the F#5 Shape)

E_0_
B_0_
G_2_
D_6_4
A_6_3
E_4_1

G#m (Based on an F#m Barre Chord)

E_4_1
B_4_1
G_4_1
D_6_4
A_6_3
E_4_1

Aadd9 (Based on the G Barre Shape)

E_0_
B_0_
G_6_2
D_7_4
A_7_3
E_5_1

Asus2 (Based on the G5 Shape)

E_0_
B_0_
G_2_
D_7_4
A_7_3
E_5_1

A (Based on the "Rock G" Shape)

E_5_4
B_5_3
G_2_
D_2_
A_4_1
E_5_2

Aadd9 (Based on the "Open" G Shape)

E_0_
B_0_
G_2_
D_2_
A_4_1
E_5_2

Badd11 (Based on an A Barre Chord)

E_0_
B_0_
G_8_2
D_9_4
A_9_3
E_7_1

B7add11(no 3rd) (Based on an A5 Chord)

E_0_
B_0_
G_2_
D_9_4
A_9_3
E_7_1

B7add11(no 3rd) (Based on an A5 Chord)

E_0_
B_0_
G_2_
D_4_2
A_2_
E_x_

C#m (Based on a Bm Barre Chord)

E_0_
B_5_2
G_6_4
D_6_3
A_4_1
E_x_

C#m7(no 3rd) (Based on a B5 Chord)

E_0_
B_0_
G_6_4
D_6_3
A_4_1
E_x_

Dadd9 (Based on the "Open" C Shape)

E_0_
B_3_1
G_2_
D_4_2
A_5_3
E_x_

II. Short Cut Capo at the 4th Fret on Strings 5, 4, and 3

E (Based on the "Open" C Shape)


E_0_
B_5_1
G_4_
D_6_2
A_7_3
E_x_

F#m(Based on the "Open" Dm Shape)

E_5_1
B_7_4
G_6_2
D_4_
A_x_
E_x_

G#maddb6 (Based on the "Open" Em Shape)

E_0_
B_0_
G_4_2
D_6_4
A_6_3
E_4_1

Aadd9 (Based on the F Barre Shape)

E_0_
B_0_
G_6_2
D_7_4
A_7_3
E_5_1

Aadd9 (Based on the F Barre Shape)

E_0_
B_0_
G_6_2
D_7_3
A_x_
E_x_

Badd11 (Based on the G Barre Shape)

E_0_
B_0_
G_8_2
D_9_3
A_x_
E_x_

Badd11 (Based on the G Barre Shape)

E_0_
B_7_1
G_8_2
D_9_3
A_x_
E_x_

Badd11 (Based on the G Barre Shape)

E_0_
B_0_
G_8_2
D_9_4
A_9_3
E_7_1

Badd11 (Based on the "Open" G Shape)

E_0_
B_0_
G_4_
D_4_
A_6_2
E_7_3

C#m (Based on the "Open" Am Shape)

E_0_
B_5_2
G_6_4
D_6_3
A_4_1
E_x_

D (Based on the Bb Barre Shape)

E_5_1
B_7_4
G_7_4
D_7_4
A_5_1
E_x_

III. Short Cut Capo at the 4th Fret on Strings 4, 3, and 2

E (Based on the "Open" C Shape)


E_0_
B_5_1
G_4_
D_6_2
A_7_3
E_x_

Emaj7 (Based on the "Open" Cmaj7 Shape)

E_0_
B_4_
G_4_
D_6_2
A_7_3
E_x_

A (Based on the "Open" Fmaj7 Shape)

E_0_
B_5_1
G_6_2
D_7_3
A_x_
E_x_

Aadd#11 (Based on the "Open" Fmaj7(#11) Shape)

E_0_
B_4_0
G_6_2
D_7_3
A_x_
E_x_

C#m (Based on the "Open" Am Shape)

E_0_
B_5_2
G_6_4
D_6_3
A_4_1
E_x_

IV. Short Cut Capo at the 5th Fret on Strings 5, 4, and 3

E (Based on the B Barre Shape)


E_7_1
B_9_4
G_9_4
D_9_4
A_7_1
E_x_

Em (Based on the Bm Barre Shape)

E_7_1
B_2_2
G_9_4
D_9_3
A_7_1
E_x_

Fmaj7 (Based on the "Open" C Shape)

E_0_
B_6_1
G_5_
D_7_2
A_8_3
E_x_

F6/9(#11)

E_0_
B_0_
G_5_
D_5_
A_5_
E_1_1

G (Based on the "Open" D Shape)

E_7_2
B_8_3
G_7_1
D_5_
A_x_
E_x_

G6

E_0_
B_0_
G_7_4
D_5_
A_5_
E_3_1

Amadd9 (Based on the "Open" Em Shape)

E_0_
B_0_
G_5_
D_7_4
A_7_3
E_5_1

Bm (Based on the F#m Barre Shape)

E_7_1
B_7_1
G_7_1
D_9_4
A_9_3
E_7_1

B (Based on the F# Barre Shape)

E_7_1
B_7_1
G_8_2
D_9_4
A_9_3
E_7_1

C (Based on the "Open" G Shape)

E_0_
B_8_4
G_5_1
D_5_1
A_2_2
E_3_3

Dsus2 (Based on the "Open" Asus2 Chord)

E_0_
B_0_
G_2_1
D_2_1
A_0_2
E_x_

V. Short Cut Capo at the 7th Fret on Strings 5, 4, and 3

Em (Based on the "Open" Am Shape)


E_0_1
B_8_2
G_9_4
D_9_3
A_7_1
E_x_

F#m7addb6 (Based on the Bm7 Barre Shape)

E_0_
B_10_2
G_7_
D_11_3
A_9_1
E_x_

G6 (Based on the "Open" C Shape)

E_0_
B_8_1
G_7_
D_9_2
A_10_3
E_x_

Am (Based on the "Open" Dm Shape)

E_8_2
B_10_4
G_9_3
D_7_1
A_x_
E_x_

A (Based on the "Open" D Shape)

E_9_2
B_10_3
G_9_1
D_7_
A_x_
E_x_

Badd11 (Based on the "Open" E Shape)

E_0_
B_0_
G_8_2
D_9_4
A_9_3
E_7_1

Bmadd11 (Based on the "Open" Em Shape)

E_0_
B_0_
G_7_2
D_9_4
A_9_3
E_7_1

Cmaj7 (Based on the F Barre Shape)

E_0_
B_0_
G_9_2
D_10_4
A_10_3
E_8_1

C#m (Based on the F#m Barre Shape)

E_9_1
B_9_1
G_9_1
D_11_4
A_11_3
E_9_1

C#m7 (Based on the F#m Barre Shape)

E_0_
B_0_
G_9_2
D_11_4
A_11_3
E_9_1

D6/9(no 3rd) (Based on the "Open" Gadd9 Shape)

E_0_
B_0_
G_9_2
D_7_
A_x_
E_10_3

VI. Short Cut Capo at the 9th Fret on Strings 5, 4, and 3

E (Based on the "Open" G Shape)


E_12_4
B_12_3
G_9_
D_9_
A_11_1
E_12_2

E5 (Based on the G5 Shape)

E_0_
B_0_
G_9_
D_14_4
A_14_3
E_12_1

E/G# (Based on the "Open" G/B Shape)

E_0_
B_0_
G_9_
D_9_
A_11_2
E_x_

F#m7 (Based on the "Open" Am7 Shape)

E_0_
B_10_1
G_9_
D_11_
A_9_2
E_x_

F#m7(no 3rd)

E_0_
B_2_3
G_9_
D_9_
A_9_
E_2_2

G#m7addb6 or Emaj9/G#

E_0_
B_4_3
G_9_
D_9_
A_9_
E_4_2

A6/9(no 3rd)

E_0_
B_5_3
G_9_
D_9_
A_9_
E_5_2

Aadd9 (Based on the "Open" Cadd9 Shape)

E_0_
B_12_4
G_9_
D_11_2
A_12_3
E_x_

Bsus4

E_0_
B_7_3
G_9_
D_9_
A_9_
E_7_2

B/D#add11 (Based on the "Open" Dadd9/F# Shape)

E_0_
B_12_4
G_11_2
D_9_
A_9_
E_11_T

C#m7 (Based on the "Open" Em7 Shape)

E_0_
B_0_
G_9_
D_9_
A_11_3
E_9_1

D6/9 (Based on the F Barre Shape)

E_0_
B_0_
G_11_2
D_12_4
A_12_3
E_10_1

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