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What is a Guitar Capo?
A Guitar Capo is a moveable nut that can be used on the neck of a stringed instrument. It changes the pitch by shortening strings and/or altering their tension.
This device is usually placed over all or some of the strings at one end of the fingerboard, thereby raising all notes played on those strings up to an octave higher in pitch. The word “capo” comes from Italian meaning “a cover.”
Capos are great for singers who need to play different keys during performances. They’re also handy if you’re playing with other people and they have different tunings than you do! If you don’t already own a capo, it’s time to get one now! You’ll never regret buying this useful tool for your guitar!
What is the purpose of a capo on the guitar?
Our Most Popular Capo:
A dual-radius design conforms to flat or curved fretboards, ensuring buzz-free operation on 6 or 7 string electric and acoustic guitars.