Discussion in 'Guitar Lessons, Tutorials & Tips' started by siddhant_3s, Dec 24, 2007.

  1. siddhant_3s

    siddhant_3s New Member

    Hey we've all been there - can't afford food because you bought some cd's or can't afford music so you stole it. I get it - not everyone can afford all that is guitar because it is a rather extravagant hobby. Or maybe your just not sure if you want to go all out and buy one (they are a bit pricey). Luckily you can still rock out to those songs that you just need to play at a higher pitch with a capo by making your own!

    A quick word of warning - I have not extensively tested this design. It could be dangerous! It could damage your guitar. Remember - what you do to your guitar is your choice, not mine - and I am not responsible if you damage you guitar or yourself. I haven't had any problems with this design but that doesn't mean you won't.
  2. -Nemesis-

    -Nemesis- New Member

    I use a friggin Rubber band for a capo. -_-
  3. -Nemesis-

    -Nemesis- New Member

    I use a Bic Lighter for a Slider -_-
    It costed me 20 bucks.
    Remove the sticker part and have fun ^^
  4. amitrichardxess

    amitrichardxess New Member

    dont give such advise
  5. ozone

    ozone New Member

    This is really bad for your guitar.. please don try this... u could get a pluto capo for 300 odd bucks...(clip type) or u could get a band type of capo for lesser amounts.

    This will only screw up ur guitar strings n fret board n u will endup spending more on correcting bends than if u had bought the capo itself. If u own a guitar dont tell me u cant afford a capo worth 200 bucks... cmon man be realistic... huh..!!!
  6. prit_undead

    prit_undead New Member

    doesnt look 2 convincing
    i gt an alice capo 4 200 bucks
    spend sum dough nw nd save spending on ur axe l8r
  7. leopole26

    leopole26 New Member

    guys im tryin to get a capo for anyone no were i can buy one in chennai...coz i tried most all the big stores....
  8. sukrut

    sukrut God Guitarist

    well, sometimes what happens is you get a buzzing sound.......therefore i cover my pencil with rubber and then put it down (rubber as in your cycle tube rubber)......always works for me.....although i dont advice it as it aint good for the guitar......
  9. 123_guitar

    123_guitar New Member

    Who has time to make such things at home, if it is easily available at any guitar shop, this is time waste and also risky.

    The capo is available in mumbai for Rs. 350/-
  10. subhadipm

    subhadipm New Member

    i have a Capo for 100 Rs. Trust me its good. Try Reynolds (Mirza Ghalib st), Kokata Music Center (56 C Mirza Ghalib st, Opp VIP Hotel) or Braganza
  11. avinash.khatua

    avinash.khatua New Member

    i dont think one should opt fr such a can damage ur guitar...
  12. flood

    flood New Member

    i don't think i'll damage your guitar but it looks like an exceptionally shitty design. capos cost next to nothing, even a dunlop won't set you back a significant amount. besides, you might as well buy a good quality one and be done with it - it's not like you need to replace them all the time.
  13. wylder

    wylder New Member

    This could find its use in desperate times...

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