#1
I already know that the capo is mechanism to be played for higher or lovwer tuning, but instead of buying one, can you sue a rubber band?
#4
I'm an attorney and I wouldn't take the case. Rubber bands are pretty much litigation proof.
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#5
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well i dont know... do you have a lawyer?

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#6
yeah but i use a rubber band and a pen, the rubebr band hold ahrd tension on the pen and it works fine
#7
I did the pen thing too, except the strings were rather twangy..so I went and bought a Cape.
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#8
well, someone gave me their capo, but I wouldn't think they cost much, do they? How much does your average capo cost?
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#9
You can also play the open string behind the capo to.
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#10
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I did the pen thing too, except the strings were rather twangy..so I went and bought a Cape.


So you bought a cape and wrapped it around the guitar I suppose?

#13
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well, someone gave me their capo, but I wouldn't think they cost much, do they? How much does your average capo cost?


They range from really cheap to fairly expensive. My Shubb Deluxe was pretty expensive for what it is. It was worth it because I use it all the time.
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#14
theyre cheap. i think you could work for an hour and pay it off rather than sitting here for an hour trying to think of a cheap way to make one to hopfully suffice