#1
I just bought a capo, specifically asked the clerk for electric guitar capo. The guy gave me a Dunlop and I didn't realize until much later that it's intended for acoustic guitars. I'm guessing this won't be an issue for my electric (les paul standard) but can someone let me know if I should exchange it?

..I can't try it on my guitar atm I'm not at home.
Help appreciated.
#2
A capo's a capo...
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Didn't Kerry King use MGs at some point?

I think he just endorses them because he likes sacks of money
#5
Lol that's what I thought, but searching pages around on google had me thinking otherwise.

Thanks.
#6
I use a Dunlop trigger capo on both my electric and acoustic. Makes no difference as long as it fits.
#7
I use a different style of capo, It's got a large U-shaped bit and a bar across. Then there's a lever on the bottom. Hard to describe, but it works on literally EVERY guitar.
Quote by Chaosinborn

Quote by gh0sthack

Didn't Kerry King use MGs at some point?

I think he just endorses them because he likes sacks of money
#8
@pimpedoutsquier: what brand/model is your capo? Because I'm looking for one for both my electric and acoustic.

Thanks in advance