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G7th Nashville Capo (Silver)

4.1 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews

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  • For really fast changes on stage
  • Easily applied and adjusted with one hand
  • For acoustic AND electric guitars
  • Compared to other spring capos, the Nashville's unique pivot point - behind the guitar neck, rather than to the side - and softer spring make it much more comfortable to use, and help to eliminate tuning problems
  • Color: Silver
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Product Description

The Nashville Capo is for really fast changes on stage. Easily applied and adjusted with one hand, its spring-loaded design is equally at home on acoustic or electric guitars, and can be conveniently ‘parked’ on the headstock when not in use. Compared to other spring capos, the Nashville's unique pivot point - behind the guitar neck, rather than to the side - and softer spring make it much more comfortable to use, and help to eliminate tuning problems.

Product Information

Item Weight 1.6 ounces
Product Dimensions 5.8 x 3 x 0.7 inches
Shipping Weight 3.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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ASIN B000Y7T9CE
Item model number NASHVILLE
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4.1 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #25,523 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
#270 in Musical Instruments > Instrument Accessories > Guitar & Bass Accessories > Capos
Date first available at Amazon.com December 5, 2007

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By Michael S. Jackson on September 12, 2009
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Works well. Easy to use and light. On the downside, it's a bit big (the reason I couldn't give it 5 stars). But the size is easily traded off for simple application - you just squeeze and clamp. Very fast and secure as it puts just the right amount of tension on the guitar. I've used it on a variety of necks including C, Flat C, V, and modified V and it works well on all. The lightness does not impede neck vibration and the capo will not leave marks or harm the finish in any way. String pitch is very accurate with no distortion or buzzing. I am currently using it on my Martin Eric Clapton (000-EC-28). Though I've had this capo for only about 4 months, it looks like it will last forever.
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as trigger capos go, this one beats the kyser because it seems to be more stable as far as tuning goes. i use it on several guitars ranging from fender to gibson to gretsch to martin. the only one of my guitars it doesn't seem to like is my rickenbacker, perhaps because it has a taller nut than the others. in any case, most trigger-style capos tend to pull the strings out of tune on certain guitars, and this one doesn't seem to do that.
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I've had this capo for over a year now, and it has surpassed all my expectations. I got it as my second Capo, since the first one I had took too long to tighten down, I liked the color, and it felt nice in my hands, so I gave it a shot and bought one from a guitar store (so I could return it if it didn't work well). I ended up buying three and gave one to my grandpa, who has had his for 8 months, and has been playing guitar for over 42 years (Credibility since I've only been playing for four years myself). It's good for finding that tone that is just right, and for beginners it helps not have to use as many barre chords (I gave one to my younger brother as a birthday gift when he was starting out). For me its great to write songs, that might not be in the right key for me, or someone else to sing in. Overall great capo, I would highly recommend.
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By d+d73 on December 19, 2012
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This is the second one of the G7th Nashville Capos I have purchased as a gift for a very good friend. He truly loved the first one and actually wore it out! We are in a small country band so we play a lot. The second capo lasted only a month. He could not get it on easily like he could with the first one...it was different and very difficult to use. I wrote to the company in England and told them about it but I never got a reply. This was a disappointing purchase.

DD
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The G7th Nashville Capo is the best capo I have used, and I have used just about every make and model that has come down the pike. It is easier to open and clamp on the neck, and it maintains intonation better than any I have used on my old D 18, which doesn't like too much pressure on the low E.
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I'm giving two stars simply because the capo does what it's intended to do to an extent. Otherwise, I'd give it one star. Yes, it holds down the strings so you can play in a higher key. However, the design on this capo is awful and I can't recommend it.

First of all, it is not adjustable, and out of the box, the spring tension is way tighter than it needs to be to get the job done. You need a fairly strong grip to spread it wide enough to install it. Once you do, the tension is so tight, it pulls the strings slightly, causing some tuning issues. The tension is so tight, if you have a chunky neck, you're going to have issues placing it higher than around the fifth fret.

Secondly, when installed, the darned thing is an eye hazard. I don't like how the two prongs stick up.

Thirdly, the bar that comes in contact with the strings is very narrow and tapers even more narrow toward the high E string. My guess is that from a design standpoint, their thought was that the skinnier strings need less surface area to hold them down. I'm not sure that I agree. The fact that I experienced string pulling/tuning issues leads me to believe they were wrong.

You can get a better capo for the same or less money.
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This is a nice capo, Ergonomic design, It is easy to apply , and move around . But---- it could use a slightly stronger , (or variable ) spring pressure. Even though I use extra-light strings on most of my acoustic guitars, I frequently have to juggle around to get rid of low note fuzzyness or buzzing on open strings. Last gig; I gave up using the capo on that ground. I am now contemplating making or finding a stronger spring to insert or make it otherwise pressure-adjustable.
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Failed early on. Spring which is the key to its operation flew out of it across the room after a couple months. Despite putting it back in place it no longer generates enough strength to keep the strings down. Quite disappointed as it is a sleek looking capo compared to many. It was a warrantee for replacement but sending to the UK costs far more than replacing it with a better capo. It was fine before it broke and I do have other model G7th capos that I like. This one didn't pan out.
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