#1
whats the best, reasonably prices capo?
Under $20 of course.
I want something that is quick and easy to use. I'm not going to use it much anyways, just want to get one.
A few that look decent for acoustic are the Dunlop Curved Trigger Capo, Planet Waves NS Capo, Shubb C Capo, Kyser capo, and the G7th Nashville Capo
Do the trigger capos really dent the neck?
#2
no, they don't. unless you really don't know what you're doing

G7th would be good, I want one, I keep forgetting to buy one. kyser capo is nice, but it does not work well at all for electric guitars with everything i've tried
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#3
Pencil + rubber band

Rough cost estimate: .10
(that was my capo during first year of university)

But seriously, any capo will do. I used a cheapie for a while and had no problems.
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#4
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Pencil + rubber band

Rough cost estimate: .10
(that was my capo during first year of university)

But seriously, any capo will do. I used a cheapie for a while and had no problems.


haha

tried that before, really not strong enough for my acoustic
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#5
Just find a friend to barre the strings with their finger while you play. Seriously, though, it won't really matter. A cheap spring loaded one will do just fine.
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#6
alright ima get the dunlop so i can stick it on the headstock. kyser is too expensive
#7
although i heard the dunlop triggers break easily and also have a chance to dent the neck