#1
Since my old capo broke, and the one before that too (they were both cheap, material ones) I decided to invest in a new capo.
I bought the Kyser KG-6 Quick Release Capo from GAK. You can check it out at:

http://www.guitarampkeyboard.com/en/kg-6/10525

I was just wondering what you thought this capo was like? Plus, what makes one capo better than another one? Material? Shape?
I'm just interested in what justifies the price differences..

Thanks!
Sam
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#2
i have one of those and has never let me down its a little scratched up though because i sometimes wip it out and use it as a slilde
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#3
looks like it'll work fine.
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#4
im a capo user. ive got a couple of clamp capos, and one roll capo.

im not sure why the trigger capos are more than a standard clamp.
maybe because the handle makes them easier to grab. *shrug
i dont think my clamps press too hard.
they are easy to move around, and clip to headstock.

the roll around capo isnt as good by comparison.
hard to attach, and no place to put it when not in use.
Jenneh

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#5
Jenny speaks the truth. always. what she said is indeed right.

i use the capo you showed, i was willing to pay the extra money for it, just because they're so much better. great capo, easy to move around, and as jenny said, if you have a capo'd song in a set you can clip it to your headstock and grab it for the one song. great capo. good choice.
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#6
Those are the same ones I use.

I have a weird vocal range so I have to change keys to a lot of songs; my Kyser gets a lot of work and hasn't let me down yet.

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#7
^^ oh hey thanks
Jenneh

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#8
Thanks for the reply guys. Good to know I've made a fine choice!
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#9
That's the capo i use, when i use one. It's quick and easy and hasn't let me down.
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