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Alice Howe | The Shubb Partial Capo as a Songwriter’s Tool

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The songwriter talks about using a partial capo to open up new songwriting ideas.

by Shubb Capos
September 16, 2020

Alice Howe is a talented singer-songwriter based in Los Angeles, and she recently released her latest album, Visions. In this video, she talks about using Shubb partial capos as a writing tool to open up new chordal and harmonic ideas. 

Learn more about Shubb partial capos at Shubb.com.


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