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Open String Chords not Registering on Capo'd Songs - Bug?


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Hi all,


I created a cdlc that is in Open G and Capo'd at the 4th fret. So, when the B chord  in this screen comes down it should be played with open strings. On Rocksmith it is highlighted on the 8th fret, probably due to the last fret hand position. The problem for me is that when I play the open strings, RS is not recognizing the chord.


The only way I get the chord to be recognized is if I actually barred the 8th fret.


I have asked others to test this out and they are not experiencing the same issue. Is there any setting in EOF or RS that I need to tweak?


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Yes - it was automatically set to the 4th fret. Others have not experienced the same issue I have so Im wondering if it is something to do with my RS setup.


I also just recently got my guitar set up so its not an intonation issue. The chord sounds spot on to me and all the other chords are registering fine. Its just the open string chords that are having an issue.

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I heard of some issue some time ago with capo song not registering correctly any open note. So it's definitly not new, maybe look on the toolkit side with @@Alex360 and @@cozy1

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