A superb reference of open position chords for acoustic guitar. Using a capo placed on the guitar neck, you can learn the chord patterns and then play the same in alternative root note positions transposing the key of a song. Many song writers use a capo to experiment with different sonic textures that a capo can produce.The fret finger positions are indicated on each string along with a marker for muted strings. Other strings are played open. Listen to how the chord sounds by swiping across the guitar strings or play arpeggios by tapping the strings to hear individual notes. Each string has been individually sampled so that you hear a true representation of the tone and intonation produced by a steel string acoustic guitar.The capo can be swiped down to the open position or all the way up to the ninth fret. Chords can easily be changed on the guitar by scrolling through the chord library and tapping on a name to select a different chord.The library includes all the open position chords you are ever likely to need. They are arranged by chord voicing so that you can quickly identify and compare similar chord variations. In addition, for your convenience the first section contains a mix of the most popular major and minor chords. Chords voicing includes major, minor, dominant, suspended plus their extended variants such as sixth, seventh, ninth, eleventh and thirteenth chords.If you prefer electric guitar then Capo Electric is also available which contains the same comprehensive chord library but with electric guitar graphics and sounds.