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Yes I think it will; I've had it working on a ukulele. Although its designed for larger guitars, with a bit of trial and error I'm sure it would fit on.
17 Mar 2015 by Peter Worsley
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I'm using it on a Epiphone EJ-200CE and it fits great. It's a very strong spring clamp. That's all really I can say!
2 Jun 2015 by Aquaboy
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yep - no probs... I use it on a strat
27 Dec 2014 by Mike BT
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I don't think. This fits well for 6 strings classic guitar.
26 Dec 2014 by Ary Varga
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Hello there I bought the capo for use with a guitar , but I cannot see any reason why it would be unreasonable to also use it on a ukelele ,in fact I just tried it on my concert sized uke and it worked with no problems ,I hope this is of use to you Eleanor regards Jeremy
29 Nov 2013 by j.liversedge
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Mrs B This capo adequately grips the strings on my Ukulele and mandolin but, for me, it tends to restrict the left hand being able to play some chords shapes next to the capo. Hence, I cannot fully recommend it for these instruments. I hadn't realised this so I will add this to my review. Thanks
22 Jun 2014 by Digger
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no it does not 'capture' more than 5 strings on a flamenco guitar but it works fine on a 6 string accoustic like my gibson . look out for a traditional one for yore classic .
9 Jan 2015 by hola
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