One of my 'jobs' for our group is to prepare the sheet music we initally use to prepare the songs. Typically I write down the song structure (Intro/verse/chorus/bridge/verse, etc.) and indicate the chord changes. In general this is pretty straightforward - a progression will look something like: E A B. When we start using capos, things get complicated. I'm unsure whether to write: E A B (Capo II) or indicate the actual chords used: F# B C#. The singer always uses a capo, I often just use bar chords without a capo, the drummer doesn't care. I'm starting to find it easier just to leave the simple chord shapes, and indicate something like: "Key of F#, voicing E A B (Capo II). I also want whatever song charts I prepare to be easily read by bassists and friends stopping by to play. Is there a standard way to note the chords when using a capo? Thanks.