Dunlop 11C Advanced Toggle Capo, Curved
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- For curved and flat fingerboards
- Toggle adjustment to fit any guitar
- Nickel Plated
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From the Manufacturer
Located in Benicia, California, Dunlop Manufacturing, Inc. was founded as a small, family-owned and operated company in 1965, and has since grown to be a leading manufacturer of electronic effects, picks, capos, slides, strings and other musical instrument accessories. Dunlop is the home of such legendary products as the Cry Baby Wah, MXR effects, Tortex picks, and many more.
Jim Dunlop built his first capo, at home on his coffee table, in 1965. Its superior quality and intuitive design laid the foundation for a whole family of guitar and bass accessories carefully designed to improve the playing experience of musicians around the world. Jim’s original commitment to quality and innovation stands behind our full line of capos, and each and every one reflects the consistency and attention to detail that only 50 years of experience can provide.
- Multiple Styles
- Innovative Designs
- Top Quality Materials
|Trigger Capo||Victor Capo||Toggle Capo||Elastic Capo|
|Instrument||6 & 12-String Guitar, Classical, Banjo, Ukulele||6-String Guitar||6 & 12-String Guitar||6 & 12-String Guitar, Banjo, Ukulele|
|Finishes||Black, Nickel, Gold, Smoked Chrome, Maple||Brass, Black||Nickel||Orange/Black, Brown/Black|
|Materials||Aircraft Grade Aluminum||Brass||Nickel Plated Steel with Woven Nylon "Adjust-O-Strap"||Elastic Strap|
Top Customer Reviews
I've used these Dunlop Capos for years now, and for a number of reasons.
First, while they may not be as quick to place as the "clothespin" type of Capo, and therefore maybe not the first choice for LIVE performances (where you need to change setups quickly), they WILL give you far more secure control of the strings once in place. You may need to "arrange" the strings a little before clamping it down, in case they've splayed out a little (and they may). Once clamped down, it's NOT MOVIN'!
Secondly, it's LESS OBTRUSIVE than the "clothespin" OR "roller" types. You WON'T find yourself bangin' yer hand into it when you're playing up close to it, a CONSTANT annoyance to me with the other styles. If you DO hit it, it's not gonna MOVE on you like the other types do, and possibly go out of tune or start buzzing cuz it's moved too far away from the fret; it's gonna STAY PUT. It just plain doesn't "get in the way".
And maybe the thing I like BEST about the lil' Lever Capo? It's PORTABILITY. I'm a musician, and if I'm out-and-about and there's a guitar around, I'm probably gonna have to pick it up and start playing, if allowed, and if it's appropriate. Guitars are out there, sometimes seemingly EVERYWHERE; Capos are NOT. It's nice to have a few "tools" with ya, for when the occasion arises. I'm NOT about to carry one of those other-style Capos around in my pocket ("Is that your CAPO, or are you just happy to see me?"). But these Dunlops are so small, it's easy to carry around with the two or three picks you've already got stuffed in your pocket (you know you do).
So, get TWO; one for your CASE, one for your POCKET.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Surprised, but it does actually work. Put a couple more bucks down and buy something better.Published 3 months ago by John
I used this type of capo years ago and after a zillion years it finally broke.. so glad to find it still on the market! it really does the job and no big metal capo to deal with.Published 5 months ago by virtualspirit
Reliable and small. Requires two hands to put on, so I use a spring loaded on for on stage, but great to keep above the nut of my road acoustic.Published 7 months ago by Eric
I had trouble using this product as the correct tension was between too settings. 1 setting did not barre the strings and the next setting put me sharp a bit. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Evan W.
Nice simple working Capo. It is a really low profile capo, goes on easy, and does not get in your way or hamper any chord making.Published 12 months ago by Buff