Links to capo manufacturers will be found
among the capos. Here are some other links I'd like to share:
LEARNING HOW TO PLAY:
||Learn how to build chords - any chord on any
stringed instrument. It is very easy, when you know how. Simple method: no fancy words, no
written music. Absolutely free. You won't need chordbooks anymore, just build the chord
anywhere on the instrument neck when you need it.
Kotler Music. Makers of cool transcribing aids that help you learn by ear
from your favorite recordings.
Free videos, links and a forum for learning about partial capo techniques.
- Osborne Brothers
- Stars of the Grand Ole Opry. Featuring Sonny's Chief banjo (with a Chief
capo) and Bobby's signature model mandolin The Osborne.
INSTRUMENTS & ACCESSORIES:
A world of information about fretted instruments, instrument building and repair. Luthier
Frank Ford is generously sharing all his knowledge and skills.
- Mugwumps Online
is dedicated to vintage folkmusic instruments and accessories. Articles, ads and links.
(Publisher Michael I. Holmes has given me several pictures of old capos.)
- The Perfect Pickin
Pouch. Secure it to the back of your instrument to creat a better angle
between your torso and the instrument. Store your accessories in it.
- MEGA guitar.com.
Online store - electric guitars, acoustic guitars, bass, amps, accessories, books.
Morris. Well known drummer and
singer/songwriter. He has played with them all.
Photographer and old time fiddler. He has taken many of the photos on my site.
Norwegian gutarist frequently using partial capoing.
and mandolin music as well as fascinating histories of the carols.
Dutch band playing American and
Irish folk music.