You rearly see a capo on a violin or a fiddle, but...
The Broken Match Capo
|In the old days you bent a piece of a match and slipped it under the strings. The match is very easy to bend if you soak it in your mouth and chew it a little.|
And the refinement goes on...
The Cable Tie Capo
|Cable ties are plastic gadgets that holds cables coiled neatly. They come in different sizes and there are black ones to match the fretboard. Cut one to a little over an inch and slip it under the strings. The plastic bends to fit the fingerboard. Make the part next to the E-string flush with the neck and the part by the G-string can stick out a little so you can adjust the tuning.|
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