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Planet Waves PW-CP-07 NS Capo Lite


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Manufacturer's ID: PW-CP-07

The D'Addario NS Capo Lite is made from high-strength molded ABS thermoplastic for use on acoustic and electric 6 string guitars. A patented micrometer adjustment mechanism allows the player to dial in the exact tension needed for your guitar, strings and playing position. This greatly reduces the need to retune your guitar during and after capo use. The capos molded ABS design offers light weight, ease-of-use and superior functionality at an affordable price. Enjoy buzz-free in-tune performance at any fret without breaking the bank! Also available in the NS Pro model featuring aircraft grade aluminum construction.


  • Designed for acoustic and electric guitars with radiused fretboards
  • Micrometer tension adjustment assures buzz-free, in-tune performance at every fret
  • Single hand operation
  • Durable molded ABS thermoplastic construction
  • Not recommended for use on 12-string guitars

Customer reviews

Overall Rating 4.7 (6 reviews)

Krayg H. - 14/12/2020

KEN P. - 28/9/2020

mike r. - 25/7/2020

Guitar capo unsuitable for mandolin

Austen L. - 6/7/2020

Mohammed K. - 9/6/2020

Well designed and doesn't obstruct the fretting hand much at all. Allows you to adjust pressure just enough to avoid buzzing strings but without squeezing them down unnecessarily hard and raising the pitch another quarter tone, as many capos do, and you then have to tweak the tuning. Can be applied and released one handed with some practice, but a little tricky to begin with. In the real world what guitarist can't take 2 seconds between songs to use both hands, so I don't see that aspect as important or relevant to me.

William D. - 14/12/2018

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