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Dunlop 11C Advanced Toggle Capo, Curved

4.2 out of 5 stars 51 customer reviews
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  • For curved and flat fingerboards
  • Toggle adjustment to fit any guitar
  • Nickel Plated
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Product Description

Jim Dunlop Toggle Action Capos are designed for both curved and flat fingerboards, providing extremely positive clamping. These easy-to-use capos will not scratch the guitar and have a low profile guaranteed not to hinder your fingering. Toggle adjustment to fit any guitar. Nickel Plated.

Product Information

Item Weight 0.3 ounces
Product Dimensions 5 x 0.7 x 3.6 inches
Shipping Weight 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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ASIN B0002CZVU0
Item model number 11C
Customer Reviews
4.2 out of 5 stars 51 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #20,350 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
#220 in Musical Instruments > Instrument Accessories > Guitar & Bass Accessories > Capos
Date first available at Amazon.com July 30, 2004

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From the Manufacturer

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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
Tension Fixed Fine Tuning Adjustable Adjustable

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I LOVE this Capo!

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.

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I was getting rather tired of the spring clamp capos and how they stick up from the fretboard. None of my guitars have any particularly pronounced fretboard curvature, but this was a 2 dollar add-on item, so why not. The capo curvature itself seems to work just fine with flatter fingerboards, has a more comfortable profile while fretting next to it, and there is in fact less tuning adjustments with it than the Kyser spring clamps... so since I really don't use a capo very much, good enough for me for the price!
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I love this capo, especially when the other brands I've bought break or are too difficult to use properly, this one always comes through. They're cheap but mine's lasted 2-3 decades, I can't remember now when I bought it. It justs lasts and lasts, and does the job. It's easy to use and non-intrusive. The only real disadvantage is it doesn't grip as hard as other capos and you have to retune as well. That's why it's my fall back capo and would not be my primary one if I could find another capo I like better that functions easily and keeps the strings in tune.
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While this is not a Top Line EQ this is a good product for the money. If you are going to do your own install take a good dose of patience. It is not horribly difficult if you think it through. I would watch some videos on YouTube before you even purchase to be sure that this is something that is not over your head.
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This is no frills, it works and it's cheap. If you're paying around the house this is fine but if you're performing you'll probably want a clip on since it's faster to place. This would be a good backup.
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I thought I was getting the model with the adjustable buckle on it, but that's the pro model I realize that now. The biggest drawback with this basic model is that the tension can be either too strong so it bends the strings out of tune, or too little so there's fret buzz. It is sheer luck if the pressure is just right. But it's better than nothing, and if somebody on stage desperately needs a capo at a show, if it will be a lifesaver, I can give it away with no second thoughts. Keep it, let it remind you to bring your good capo next time.
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The strap is a little short so it fits on the last slot of the capo. It is okay for now, but not ideal. Would rather have the peg fit closer to the middle of the capo to get a firm hold on the neck. Would be nice if curved capos had adjustable straps, but alas I couldn't find one within my price range.
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I purchased this so, after replacing strings, could measure and make truss rod adjustments on my bass. Worked like a charm. Because I have no need for playing with it, I cannot comment on the functionality of it while playing.
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