Nice! Capo on 5 is a great choice to play this song.
My suggestions for interlude :
[br]chord shapes against capo - (A7sus4, G/B, Cadd9, A7sus4, D7sus2)
chords actual pitch - (D7sus4, C/E, Fadd9, D7sus4, G7sus2)
A7sus4: 5th string open, 4th string 7th fret, 3rd string open, 2nd & 1st strings 8th fret
G/B: 5th string 7th fret, 4th & 3rd strings open, 2nd & 1st strings 8th fret
Cadd9: 5th string 8th fret, 4th string 7th fret, 3rd string open, 2nd & 1st strings 8th fret
D7sus2: 6th string 7th fret, 5th string muted, 4th string open, 3rd string 7th fret, 2nd string 1st fret, 1st string open
Sounds good? Let me know how it goes,
Originally Posted by: Blackhearts
I'm Not Getting What I Need. I am playing "You Cant Always Get What You Want" in standard tuning with the capo on the 5th fret. Using a capo on the 5th fret sounds much richer then without a capo in my opinon.
I am using G shape and C shape for verse . - Capo on 5th fret
I am using G shape, C shape and A shape for chorus. - Capo on 5th fret
So do you have any suggestions on what chord shapes I could use for the interlude with the capo on the 5th fret???
Thanks for your time.