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Capo: 1st fret We have an official Thats What You Get tab made by UG professional guitarists. you get when you let your heart win, whoa G G A Bm A ( repeat) [Verse 2] G A Bm I wonder, how am I supposed to feel when you're not here?. Paramore That's What You Get Riot Fueled By Rammen Records Bb Cm No sir, well I don't wanna be the blame, not anymore G# Bb Cm It's your turn. Capo 1st fret Verse 1: G D Em No sir, well I don't wanna be the blame, not anymore. G D Em It's your turn, so take a seat we're settling the final score. G D Em C.
Paramore – That's What You Get Capo 3/4th fret. depend on ur voice Intro = C, C, F#/D from E to C) X2 C F#/D E No sir, well I don't wanna be the blame, not. That's What You Get Chords by Paramore Learn to play guitar by chord and tabs 1: A B C#m No sir, well I don't wanna be the blame, not anymore A B C#m It's. I am using Ultimate Guitar to get chords to play songs. You simply need to play the chord shapes as indicated in the tab. The Em chord will sound like F#m, which would normally (i.e. without capo) be played as a barre chord. Note that often it's hard to completely avoid barre chords, even when using a.
The best approach is to try one capo until you find its limits and then try Of course you can use a capo to your heart's content without any of this fancy a jam session and find that your voice is too low or too high for the chords you know. No. By dropping your tuning of your guitar, you not just lowering the key, but If you need to tune down your guitar, and only have a cheap Once that is done, and you remove the capo, your guitar will be tuned down half a step. A) Get chord voicings that would be extremely tricky with barre chords. That's not to say you should be lazy, and not learn all you can about guitar - but thinking .