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Capo's

Musicians commonly use a capo to raise the pitch of a fretted instrument so they can play in a different key using the same fingerings as playing open (i.e., without a capo). In effect, a capo uses a fret of an instrument to create a new nut at a higher note than the instrument's actual nut.

There are capo designs, but most commercial capos consist of a rubber-covered bar that clamps to the instrument's neck in some way to hold down the strings. Capos come in different sizes and shapes for different instruments and fretboard curvatures. The most relevant mechanical factors that vary by type of capo are ease of use, size, degree of interference with the player's hands, and ability to hold down strings uniformly without affecting tuning.

AROMA Guitar Capo
  $25.00

AROMA AC-01 Guitar capo. Total metal material. Quality steel spring. Perfect silicon cushion. Easy to put on and remove.

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Ibanez Guitar Capo
  $25.00

Ibanez Guitar Capo for acoustic and electric guitars.  Single hand operation. Easy to fit and remove. Ergonomic design. Feels comfortable....

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Kyser Pro Am Capo
  $14.95

The Pro/Am is an economical and portable Kyser® capo for six string (radius fret board) or classical (flat fret board) guitars. Kyser® Pro/Am...

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kyser quick change capo. Available in a range of colours. Available for six string acoustic and electric, twelve string, Banjo, Mandolin, and Ukulele. Made...

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On stage Gear capo
$22.00   $20.00

Elongated handle fits comfortably in your hand. Durable construction made of cast steel and aluminium. Just squeeze and place it on or remove...

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