Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by Yamaha 350, Aug 22, 2019.
i like it imagine the sustain!
That's metal as ****.
Imagine the damage.
Damn capos never work! Found the solution!
That wouldn't be you, would it?
The guitar DOES say Yamaha on it.
C'mon, fess up!
I'm just confused of it's purpose. seems like it only pressed down the high e and b and just makes the low E buzzy
Now show me one using a lobster claw.
That actually could work, but you would need to put felt pads on both jaws so they dont damage the wood on the back of the neck and so the front strings are all equally muted. Clever.......and less than a $20, GC Kyser capo.
Dude, that’s a $100.00 idea right there!
Nothing is showing up in a google search either, so....
Looks to me like you could do a serviceable field repair on a headstock break that way. All Gibson folk take note. LOL
No. It was on a Facebook guitar club.
That's the Behringer STANLEY-V-II capo. And no, they don't steal ideas.
You sure it's not from Binford?
I LOVE that!
Yep. I’m guessing who ever made that photo never ever used a pair of vice grips in their life before that photo.
Hmmm....gave me an idea....use my capo to work on my car !
The Kobalts sound way more woody.