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    Goatee Practitioner Danerada's Avatar
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    At the risk of starting something I don't want to start...NCD

    New Capo Day

    So while at NAMM I went to the G7 booth and they had some new capos. I would up buying two; a 6 string Newport capo and a partial 3-string capo. I used them last night while plunking around on my Larrivee and they work great. They are not quick change, but they work really well.

    And the 3-string capo (I have been using the Keyser version of this for years) is my favorite style of capo. I love the sound I get with that.

    The 6-string:


    The 3-string
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    - Dane

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    I'm a capo nut. Love the G7 and Shubbs...

    Though your pix are red xs, it all sounds very cool!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Duncan View Post

    Though your pix are red xs, it all sounds very cool!
    Really? I see them when I load the page on two different computers.
    - Dane

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    I'm not seeing them either

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    Goatee Practitioner Danerada's Avatar
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    Ok...how about now????
    - Dane

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    I see'm

    I have one of the G7 Nashville Capo's - I like it on the acoustic guitars but sometimes it will pull the P22 Sharp. I need to add a Shubb or one like the G7 in your top Picture, with adjustable tension.

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    I use a G7 too. They ain't cheap but there good.
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    very cool...I don't really use them...I should but I don't. those look most excellent though.
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    Dane... I dig them!!

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    Love me some capo action.

    Dane, your pix are showing now!

    Look at the prototype nut in the first picture....cool.

    If you look carefully, there are FOUR capos in the color pic.
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    mgd

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