Watch the Pop: Technique 3 online guitar lesson by Robbie Calvo from RhythmCraft
As you know by now, I love to add textural guitar parts using the capo to separate the sonic frequencies.
I also thought that the acoustic guitar would be better to use for this part, as we already have two electric guitar parts. I've placed the capo at the 7th fret and located the shapes that will give me the pitch of our A major scale chords in the backing tracks.
Describing the process won't be as powerful as you listening to how I approached creating this guitar part, so, if you would, play the video and check out the tab and notation provided and you'll be able to see and hear how it's all working together. Once you understand how to locate different shapes on the guitar In conjunction with your capo, I think you'll be hooked and want to do that all the time.
Here's a challenge for you! Locate another fret on your guitar where you can place your capo to play this A major scale progression. Once you've done that go about figuring out the chord shapes for each of the changes. If you know your notes on the fretboard and what notes make up each of the chords this will be much easier for you. I'm excited for you to start creating ideas for yourself!