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How do I add a capo?





How am I supposed to enter a capo'd tab in order to play it correctly in Rocksmith?


I created a good chunk of my tab in TuxGuitar (TG) but i'm not all done yet. In order to test, I loaded in Rocksmith but I found that it was too hard to play. However, with a capo, it's much better. So I offset my tab by 1 in TG. In EOF, I said to put a capo but now, everything is off by... two I think.


Anyway, if I want to play an F with a capo on the first fret, what am I supposed to put in my tabbing software? Am I supposed to enter 1, which is the correct fret, or 0? I'm a bit flummoxed.





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