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TOURTECH TTA-C01BK Quick Release Capo Black

TOURTECH TTA-C01BK Quick Release Capo Black

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Dunlop 83CB Trigger Capo Black

Dunlop 83CB Trigger Capo Black

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TOURTECH TT-TXCAPO Basic Capo

TOURTECH TT-TXCAPO Basic Capo

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TOURTECH TTA-C01GD Quick Release Capo Gold

TOURTECH TTA-C01GD Quick Release Capo Gold

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Dunlop Trigger Capo 83CN

Dunlop Trigger Capo 83CN

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Shubb Capo C1 Nickel Steel String

Shubb Capo C1 Nickel Steel String

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Dunlop Capo Trigger Electric Black

Dunlop Capo Trigger Electric Black

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Dunlop Capo Trigger Acoustic Curved Gold

Dunlop Capo Trigger Acoustic Curved Gold

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G7TH Performance 3 Acoustic Capo Silver

G7TH Performance 3 Acoustic Capo Silver

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Dunlop Trigger Capo 88b Classical Black

Dunlop Trigger Capo 88b Classical Black

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G7TH UltraLight Ukulele Capo Black

G7TH UltraLight Ukulele Capo Black

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Dunlop Capo Trigger Acoustic Curved Smoke

Dunlop Capo Trigger Acoustic Curved Smoke

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G7TH Newport 12 String Compensated Acoustic Capo - Silver

G7TH Newport 12 String Compensated Acoustic Capo - Silver

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Dunlop 11CD Capo - Curved

Dunlop 11CD Capo - Curved

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Dunlop 11FD Capo

Dunlop 11FD Capo

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Dunlop 85BB Banjo Trigger Capo Black

Dunlop 85BB Banjo Trigger Capo Black

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Planet Waves PW-CP-07 NS Capo Lite

Planet Waves PW-CP-07 NS Capo Lite

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Planet Waves PW-CP-09 NS Tri-Action Capo, Black

Planet Waves PW-CP-09 NS Tri-Action Capo, Black

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Planet Waves PW-CP-18 Cradle Capo

Planet Waves PW-CP-18 Cradle Capo

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Dunlop Trigger Capo Mandolin Black 86MB

Dunlop Trigger Capo Mandolin Black 86MB

£17.99 £21.75
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Dunlop Pivot Capo Gun Metal

Dunlop Pivot Capo Gun Metal

£32.99 £34.99
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Fender Phoenix Capo

Fender Phoenix Capo

£16.99 £19.49
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Shubb Paua Pearl C2 Capo

Shubb Paua Pearl C2 Capo

£24.95
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About Guitar Capos

Guitar Capos are a fantastic device that will give you more options with playing your guitar. By clamping down on the fingerboard, it shortens the length of the strings raising their pitch. This allows for barre chords, which may require significant technical ability or finger dexterity to be performed much easier.

What Are The Benefits of Using a Guitar Capo?

  • Convenience
  • Change Key Instantly
  • Perform Complex Chords Easier

Frequently Asked Questions about Guitar Capos

Question: What is a capo on a guitar?
A capo is a small device that clamps down on the fingerboard, shortening the length of the strings, raising their pitch. Capo's usually clamp down on all strings, however some capo's only clamp down on specific strings, allowing for a range of options.
Question: Is a guitar capo good for beginners?
Yes. Guitar Capo's are great for players of all levels, including beginners. One of the biggest benefits of a capo is that it allows for complex barre chords, and chord progressions to be made easier.
Question: Are guitar capos useful?
Yes. Guitar capo's are extremely useful , they allow you to instantly change the key of a song, they allow for complex and technically difficult barre chords to be performed much easier.
Question: How do I choose a guitar capo?
When choosing a guitar capo you need to determine whether or not you want all strings or only some strings clamped. You then need to consider the shape of your guitars neck, as this will effect how each capo fits your guitar.
Question: Is there a difference between electric and acoustic guitar capos?
Yes. A lot of capo's will be both acoustic and electric, however the way that each capo is fixed to the guitar will need to be considered. Fitting a capo to an acoustic will require more tension due to the greater string tension on acoustic guitars.