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  • MegajpMegajp

    Nickel

    Dunlop Electric Trigger CapoPublished on 08/21/14 at 02:45
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    I use it for a decade, it is practical, it is the well barré.On can even halves dam to hyper compliqués.Fonctionne agreements on electric, acoustic, banjo and ukulele, whether you're left-handed or right handed. RAS otherwise that it is essential to change the strings on a Bibsby or a Rickenbaker.
  • wolfdavwolfdav

    blah blah

    Dunlop Electric Trigger CapoPublished on 03/20/14 at 16:03
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    I then used a few years

    I try out one and then it was that one that with better result.

    this is a good capo but the only concern is that after some manipulation that the spring relaxes and no longer have the same action on the clip, which has the result of having a weakling capo the pinch

    there is still a good value
  • Mut198Mut198

    Dunlop Electric Trigger CapoPublished on 09/30/08 at 09:28
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    I just buy it, and my first impressions are excellent. It's a capo type "clip" metal. It really seems very sturdy, it holds up very well and easy to install, even with one hand (a minimum of force anyway).

    Bought 35 Swiss francs, or about € 20.

    For a capo, he did what he asked to do, but it has the advantage that unlike other models I have tried the store to be very strong, so it has an excellent shelf life .

    In addition there is no risk of damaging the neck of the guitar, since the protective foam is of good quality, and is firmly stuck to the capo, unlike other models where it is easily removed ...

    For that price, it is a product that lasts a really long time. I think it's a g…
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    I just buy it, and my first impressions are excellent. It's a capo type "clip" metal. It really seems very sturdy, it holds up very well and easy to install, even with one hand (a minimum of force anyway).

    Bought 35 Swiss francs, or about € 20.

    For a capo, he did what he asked to do, but it has the advantage that unlike other models I have tried the store to be very strong, so it has an excellent shelf life .

    In addition there is no risk of damaging the neck of the guitar, since the protective foam is of good quality, and is firmly stuck to the capo, unlike other models where it is easily removed ...

    For that price, it is a product that lasts a really long time. I think it's a great investment to cheaper it will last as long and it will be much more hassle to use and buy more expensive I do not see much use.

    It is a great capo, this choice I would do without hesitation)
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  • raffaelloraffaello

    Dunlop Electric Trigger CapoPublished on 11/06/09 at 07:27
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    It's just the best capo. It fits perfectly, it is solid and practical. A bit expensive but necessary. If I lose I bought the same, and if I break it ... no it's not possible! <img class="smiley" src="/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_lol.gif" alt="" />
  • bassonnetbassonnet

    A super capo

    Dunlop Electric Trigger CapoPublished on 07/20/11 at 22:41
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    - How long have you use it?
    1 year, on bass and guitar.

    - What is so special that you like most and least?
    Most: speed of installation, making sure the ropes, rubber protection for the handle.
    The "less" as with all capos clip, be careful not to bend the strings that are on the side of the insertion of the capo. We must therefore open the pliers, get on top of the handle and let the whole be taken.

    - Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    Some, including the very poor to capo elastic band that take about a year. After 3 changes, it is priced at the capo which seems indestructible.

    - How would you rate the quality / price?
    Excellent.

    - With experience, you d…
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    - How long have you use it?
    1 year, on bass and guitar.

    - What is so special that you like most and least?
    Most: speed of installation, making sure the ropes, rubber protection for the handle.
    The "less" as with all capos clip, be careful not to bend the strings that are on the side of the insertion of the capo. We must therefore open the pliers, get on top of the handle and let the whole be taken.

    - Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    Some, including the very poor to capo elastic band that take about a year. After 3 changes, it is priced at the capo which seems indestructible.

    - How would you rate the quality / price?
    Excellent.

    - With experience, you do again this choice? ...
    Yes, without hesitation.
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  • litteulsteflitteulstef

    Dunlop Electric Trigger CapoPublished on 07/14/08 at 01:11
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    I use it for 1 year. C easy to use, and ca not discard the guitar. I had a strap model, c and boring as death. In addition, after a while the strap remains in place ... Well, a bit pricey c, c, but a choice I do not regret
  • tifinamptifinamp

    Basic

    Dunlop Electric Trigger CapoPublished on 06/02/10 at 02:19
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    For how long have you been using it? 2 years
    Did you try many other models before getting this one? 1
    What thing do you like most/least about it? the + fast
    the - stiff to operate
    What is your opinion about the value for the price? correct
    Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? yes
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