He is also kind man. He actually took the time to view my YouTube page and comment on a video. That is akin to Van Cliburn finding something nice to say to Charlie Brown, but it felt great and I deeply appreciated the gesture. In turn, I am going make sure I do the same for others.
About your link: That has to be the most number of capos I have seen on one guitar.LOL
There is an interesting capo out called the "Spider" capo and I nearly bought one last week. I eventually decided I did not want to deal with the frets behind the capo on the open strings and so I am not going to mess with it.
Also, I realized later that did not spell Extraordinaire correctly...but it was close enough.
I've seen and tried thoes partial capos. Cool for getting high or low drones. Mostly I've seen them used for Keltic music. When those capos are used, the intervals between strings are the same as standard (unless an alternate tuning is used to begin with) whereas in ki ho'alu, the intervals between the strings are different from standard.