#1
What is everyones favorite guitar accessory? I could be anything, like a string winder, tuner, metronome, duct tape, swiss army knife, certain picks, anything!

I'm going to go with a capo. It's so useful when jamming, so you can switch keys on the go.

#3
You could switch keys without the capo, couldn't ya...?

But as for your question, definitely my Jazz III picks. I love 'em. Don't really have to many random accessories as such, but uhm, there's this wood wedge block I shove under my amp to angle it at a 45ish degree angle so the sound projects more... is that considered an accessory?
#4
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You could switch keys without the capo, couldn't ya...?

But as for your question, definitely my Jazz III picks. I love 'em. Don't really have to many random accessories as such, but uhm, there's this wood wedge block I shove under my amp to angle it at a 45ish degree angle so the sound projects more... is that considered an accessory?


Yeah, but if I were to be playing something with open, ringing chords with a melody in between, it's difficult without a capo.
#5
My favorite accessory is my trusty Allen Wrench.
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#6
A slide once I get a third guitar so I can switch my E guitar to Eb, and my Eb guitar to G and set the action high. Until then though, a comfy plectrum
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#8
Stealthplug. It's made practising at night so much easier since I got it.
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#9
i love my Jemini, even though i wont be going to a tube amp until a month or so from now, it makes a HUGE difference in how my distorted notes sound, i couldnt play chords at all through it without it being muddy.
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#10
stringwinder.

Seriously it makes restringing so much easier.

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#12
lets see.... i don't use picks..... i love my capo..... and i could really use a working dampener.... i'd have to say capo at this point.
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mine has to be cables.

couldn't rightfully play guitar without them!
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#17
As an honorable mention, I'm going to also sat Graph Tech Tusq gitar nuts. Ended tuning problems, not to mention better tone
#18
A capo is great, but I think I use this more: A Dunlop Pick Holder:

My Strat has it on the back of the headstock, it's awesome, as I'm never without a pick.
#20
Probably my Air force Grey DiMarzio CliLock strap. Slides on my shirts when I need it too but still keeps a decently balanced guitar hanging in place.
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#21
My Jim Dunlop Jazz III pick stamped with a "PF" that I caught when Peter Frampton flicked it into the audience.

Cheesy I know...but I have had it all these years and still use it everyday.
#23
Jazz III picks + MXR carbon copy + finger ease + EQ pedal

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#24
i'll go for capo too.. i regularly use it..
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#26
Peg winder/String cutter in one.

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#27
A metronome, duh.
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