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Partial Capos
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Greg O'Haver Feb 21, 2009.

 

Member of the New Christy Minstrels and inventor of the Kyser K-Lever Partial Capos

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Robert Williamson replied to Greg O'Haver's discussion baritone guitar for sale. in the group Baritone Guitar
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Greg O'Haver added a discussion to the group Baritone Guitar
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I listed a baritone guitar for sale last Dec., but went on tour for a couple months and lost contacts that were made during that time.  I am home for a few weeks and still have the guitar available.  It's a Composite Acoustics Baritone Guitar with LR Baggs pickup.  It's carbon fiber and virtually indestructible.  Has a beautiful deep red finish with sound hole located in the top-upper bout.  Has beautiful dark red overlay Tree of Life on neck with a howling wolf on headstock.  Plays great and…See More
Apr 4
Greg O'Haver commented on John Michael Meehan's group Baritone Guitar
"I have a Composite Acoustics Baritone Guitar for sale.  Five years old and in excellent condition.  LR Baggs pick up.  Plays great, looks great and great price.  317-989-7662"
Dec 6, 2015
Greg O'Haver commented on Travis Steele Nevels's group Alternate Tunings
"Try the Kyser K-Lever Partial capos. You can go to four different tunings by just putting on a capo. Drop D, Double Drop D, DADGAD, and Open G. Add a 2nd straight capo and you can play in any key."
Dec 6, 2015
Greg O'Haver left a comment for Chris Banks
"Chris, Glad you are enjoying the Kyser K-Lever Capos.  We sadly lost Milton Kyser just the other day.  God bless,  Greg  "
Jan 25, 2014
Chris Banks left a comment for Greg O'Haver
"Cheers Greg - thank you for your capos - I use them in combination with various alternate tunings, love the white one with DADEAD. "
Jan 25, 2014
Greg O'Haver updated their profile
Aug 13, 2013
Greg O'Haver posted a status
"Kyser K-Lever Partial Capos are available from Elderly Music and Sweetwater Music online."
Jun 5, 2013

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Which one of the following describes your involvement in music? (Check all that apply)
Gigging or professional musician, Accessory manufacturer
How many years have you been playing guitar?
More than 30 years
Which of these instruments do you own or play?
Flattop steel-string acoustic guitar, Nylon-string guitar, Electric guitar, Banjo, Resonator guitar
The make and model of your guitar(s) and/or other instruments and gear.
Guild D-50, 1964
Guild D-100CRV
Guild D-5CE
Guild Mark 1 Classical Guitar 1964
Guild GAD-30RAT
Guild G-212 / 12 String 1976
Composite Acoustic Baritone Guitar
Regal Resonator Guitar
Ode 5-String Banjo, 1964
Gold Tone Electric Banjo
Epiphone Sheraton Electric

etc.
What is your website address?
http://www.theNewChristyMinstrels.com
What type of music do you like to play?
Acoustic, Folk, Americana, Country, Bluegrass, Rock, pop, and contemporary Christian.
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Kyser K-Lever Partial Capos

Hi, I'm Greg O'Haver and I am a touring member of the New Christy Minstrels.      I designed the Kyser K-Lever Series of Partial Capos.  They include;
Drop-D,
Double Drop-D,
DADGAD,
and Open-G 
    These capos allow you to go to alternate tunings without re-tuning your guitar, learning new chord forms [thought you can if you want to] and all four capos feature the K-Lever. The K-Lever allows you to push down (also hammer-on or pull-off) un-fretted bass strings The result is beautiful chord voicings and sounds you can only achieve with these capos.  Check out these demos on YouTube.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7BqqKFLPZgg

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6PM4xMRHEI

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1KMvJguLYUA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5IsFAjVt9k

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5IsFAjVt9k

     They are great for songwriting, live performance and recording. The first night that Phil Keaggy played with these he wrote three new songs.  Imagine being able to go to four different alternate tunings in any key without retuning your guitar.
The less time spent tuning on stage, the more fun on stage.
     Also check out www.thenewchristyminstrels.com


gregohaver@earthlink.net .

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At 2:34pm on January 25, 2014, Chris Banks said…

Cheers Greg - thank you for your capos - I use them in combination with various alternate tunings, love the white one with DADEAD. 

At 2:00pm on November 2, 2010, David Mott said…
All I use are Kyser capos. Ease of use says it all.
At 5:33pm on July 17, 2010, Richard F. Benjamin said…
no problem at all. Small learning curve and easy to develope the muscle memory. Great stuff.
At 7:26pm on July 15, 2010, Richard F. Benjamin said…
Greg, I have a full set of the Kyser K lever capos. I use them extensively and really like em. I have turned a number of friends on to them. So, thanks again. Keep innovating
At 6:48am on May 15, 2010, Vince Serrioz said…
Greg,
Thanks for the capo update. I will check them out. Listened to your muse and enjoyed your playing.
All the Best
Vince
At 4:54am on February 5, 2010, Dave Thomson said…
Hi Greg, You said 'Hi' to me quite a while ago. Thankyou for that...it was appreciated greatly.Haven't been doing much guitar-wise for a while but have committed to 2010 as the year I getback into doing whats needed....the fingertips have softened so much!!!! I've never really used a capo..was into barre-cords but can see where a capo would be of an advantage and yours looks really good. Are they available in in New Zealand through a local(?) store or only through you in the USA? Cheers Dave
At 1:29pm on September 9, 2009, Mel Green said…
Looking forward to helpful insightful dialogue!
At 10:55am on September 9, 2009, Brent Rader said…
Thanks for welcoming me in.
At 3:43am on September 6, 2009, Brian Gallagher said…
Hi Greg
Thanks for making the newbies like me welcome to the group.
Brian
At 8:40am on September 5, 2009, Kevin Richard Nightingale said…
Hi Greg ,thanks for being a friend.It's great for me to be able to keep tabs on the guitar scene U.S.A.I've always looked on America as being the home of the acoustic guitar and it's great to see the gigs and place names on the A.G website.Maybe one day i'll overcome my fear of flying and get over there.Till then the A.G.website is the next best thing,best wishes Kevin
 
 
 

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