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The famous G7th capo is now available in a Classical model! Many people believe the G7th to be the world's...
For the creative artist who enjoys virtually unlimited tuning possibilities.
Spring-operated, it's light and attaches easily and securely. G7th styling. For 6-string guitars.
For steel string guitars, curved or flat.
Lightweight aluminum classical guitar capo features spring-tensioned Quick-Change mechanism to firmly hold...
Electric Black Capo, engineered for the narrower necks and lighter gauge strings of electric guitars, this...
Pro Am Capo Classic, prefered by many professional and recreational guitarists.
The new standard in professional capos, the solid cast bronze Victor delivers a precise, locking grip that's...
Banjo capo has strong spring-action grip and features a unique pressure pad that conforms to the fingerboard...
A lightweight, locking-action capo for banjos, mandolins, and bouzoukis that won't bend your strings or pull...
A capo with firm clamping and a low profile guaranteed not to hinder your fingering.
A sleekly designed, controlled tension capo for 6- and 12-string guitar.
Whether you're a novice player who needs to make difficult chords easier to play, or someone who simply wishes to sing an open chord song in a different key, capos an essential addition to any guitar player's toolbox. These days they come in a wide variety of styles and shapes, and are useful to players of all skill levels, and you'll discover more than enough options to choose from, right here.
When using a capo, there are a few things to keep in mind. For one, when using a capo, try and attach it as close as possible to the guitar's metal fret without causing string buzz when you hit the chord. Also, make sure that the capo has been manufactured with careful attention to detail, and made up of only firm yet flexible materials such as rubber. Of course, that won't be a problem, since highly reputed guitar brands such as Dunlop, Fender, D'Addario and many others offer their own exceptional capos at more than affordable prices.
One of the most popular capos currently available is the Shubb Deluxe S Series Steel String capo. Made of stainless steel with a new roller design that prevents wear, and closes and opens more fluently than the original Shubb capo, this capo is renowned for its functionality and great quality. Another recommended capo is the Planet Waves NS Aluminum Screw Type capo. Strong yet light, this groundbreaking capo is ideal for both 6- and 12-string guitars, and its sleek aerospace aluminum adds virtually no weight to your guitar neck.
By applying a solid amount of pressure to your guitar's strings on any part of the instruments neck, capos have the ability of raising the pitch of your guitar's strings, which allows you to perform a song in any desired key. For such a simple device, capos are remarkably convenient. And within this section, you'll have no trouble finding a capo that's superbly crafted, as well as tried and tested by experienced musicians.