Sheerhorn A real early all-brass Sheerhorn, before he started plating them.
What i mean is that even in G tuning you can play different keys. Two pieces of aluminum of the same hight as the fret are fastened with screws on each side. I'll bet you make a lot of non-guitar related things, too... Here is a new one.
Huckabee In the early 1980's this was one of the first commercially produced dobro capos, designed by Dan Huckabee. Great idea! They are usually L shaped metal, just tall enough to set at a slight angle under the strings, than twisting to level it and lift the strings slightly.
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Production ceased in mid 1990's, but has started again. Discussion in ' Fred's Barcalounge ' started by nadles , Oct 9, 2015.
The plate has a grove to fit on the fret and a ridge on the top side to emulate a fret. Designed by Jerry "Flux" Douglas. I have another, slightly thicker capo for capoing higher up the neck.
Liberty A developement of the capo above is to replace the wing nut with an eccentric lever. Note that the thick bar is fastened eccentrically to the frame. OldCowHand , Oct 10, 2015. I guess it depends how far you wanna go with it, do you wanna tweak out on it or just use it for different flavors.
It works on the first three frets. It's not cheap either, but for you who wants that little extra you can order it from: Mike Auldridge uses a similar capo.
The upper side of the square bar is slightly concave to fit the round padded bar and make a distinct edge.