G7th Performance Capo - 12-String
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- 12-String Performance Guitar Capo
- The famous G7th capo is now available in a 12 string model! Many people believe the G7th to be the "world's finest capo", and now it is available in a unit that is specifically designed for 12 string guitars
- The G7th uses a patented system that allows you to exert just the right amount of pressure to fret the note, but not make your guitar go out of tune
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Winner of Guitarist magazine's "Gold Award" in the UK, and an Acoustic Guitar magazine bronze award in the US (after only 2 months on sale), the G7th Performance capo is a completely new approach to capo design. It boasts none of the disadvantages of conventional capos, but instead offers enhanced performance and is brain-dead really simple to use. Not only that, it looks and feels amazing!
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This baby is good, but I use it only for the first fret, were no other capo can do it, and it takes maybe less than a minute but for sure not 10 seconds to place it properly. Usually, I place it like in the middle of the fret, thight it as much as I can, and then push it to the border so it gets more thight. And even then, sometimes the tiny 4th, 5th and 6th or one of the 1st don't get properly done... takes some practice...
12 string guitar is a different world, but it is not easy for capos... and this is maybe the best I got for 1st fret... can use if for all the rest of the guitar, but just found Dunlop to be faster... anyway, this is not an exact science, just try it and keep the one you find the best for you. I keep both with me just in case.
The best: it is reeeeeally cool lookin'...
The problem seems to be in the tension distribution. The smaller string recieve much more pressure than the larger which leads to severe buzzing on the low E and slight buzzing on the A. My friends all play 6-string guitars and these seem to do well for them, but stay away from this 12-string model.