so, this is why they turn to bluesrock....
Mon Sep 20 20:35:31 EDT 2004
In another photo in the same series he has removed two of the capos and
clipped them to the head of the guitar.
Joel Fritz wrote:
> P.W. Fenton wrote:
>> At 05:29 PM 9/20/2004 -0600, maurice richard libby wrote...
>>> I've never
>>> actually used a capo for anything. What is the function of multiple
>> I've never done it either, but I can see instantly that you could quickly
>> create different open tunings onstage.
>> P.W. Fenton
>> New Port Richey, FL
>> http://BluesLand.Net - A comprehensive network of Blues related resources
> It looks like the capos in the picture are covering all the strings but
> if they have slots like autoharp felts? Hmm...sounds too complicated
> for me.
> to MRL:
> BTW, a single capo lets you get the sound of open strings in a key where
> there are none (play ragtime C in Eb) or get particular first position
> effects in another key where they aren't available easily in first
> postion (play A country blues runs in C.) Or if you're Albert Collins,
> it makes the guitar sound the way you want it to.
> Hear Barrelhouse Solly on the internet--that's me
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