#1
i got a capo, thats meant to be for a acoustic guitar, But i doesn't matter if i use it on my electric does it?
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#3
Doesn't matter to me at all...
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#4
Have you tried actually putting the capo on the electric?
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#5
if it's a capo for a steel string acoustic it'll be fine. if it's a capo for a nylon string classical guitar then it won't work too well because nylon string guitars have a flat fretboard whereas most electric guitars have curved fretboards so a flat capo won't be able to press all the strings against the frets properly.
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#6
Not at all, it's a very powerful tool.
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#7
Quote by Guitarbaddie
Have you tried actually putting the capo on the electric?



Of corse I have, I was just wondering.
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