#1
Can anyone explain to me about the upsidedown capo that just covers the A,D,G,and B string....I cant seem to find anything about it..but if someone could explain it and tell me some songs with it it would be greatly appreciated.
john t
#2
there are Drop D capos, split (partial) capos, 4 string capos.

used for alt tunings.

http://www.kysermusical.com/product.php?productid=16138

u dont have to retune if u capo only certain frets.


third hand capo.. individual strings can be held. not open tuning.
http://www.thirdhandcapo.com/
Jenneh

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#3
hmmm...could you explain to me how this would help with anything other than open strings? I tend to use a lot of odd tunings, and I tend to use odd grips within those odd tunings, so I guess that kind of capo isn't really aimed at a player like me. But still, don't really get it.
#4
hey,
links like this one, is why i added that line. it's confusing, so i didnt want to tell him buy this, it will solve all ur problems. id rather he read and make purchase best for his needs.

http://www.shubb.com/partial/dadgad.html

some tuning might be needed. depends on what ur looking for.
Jenneh

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