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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
Gold color is glittery sparkle
I have always loved Kyser capos, my 20 year+ old capo broke Sunday and I replaced it with this one, I was sad that the build quality seems to have gone down, they used to be a nice brushed metal, and seem to be some type of carbon/ plastic now. I got the gold color and was extremely disappointed, it is like glittery sparkle, my old gold was the nice brushed metal finish.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
Pretty in Pink Capo - Fits Most Guitars
By Brittnee Belt
I purchased 3 of these for my music studio. We have students that play various guitar styles, brands and sizes. These work pretty good for educational purposes but each one varies on the tightness. On my Breedlove Concert guitar, it is a very tight fit. On my Martin 12-String guitar, it fits perfectly. Over time the capo has been able to loosen up a little bit but if you don't want to work it out, you might want to look at a different model.
- Pretty in Pink
- Quick Change
- No Tension Adjustment
- Easy to Clip on Guitar Head
- No Tension Adjustment
- More force on lower frets
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Ultimate Quick Change Guitar Capo
The ultimate quick change guitar capo! When you are up on stage and have to switch where your guitar is capoed or if your guitar is capoed at all (just snap this on your headstock) this is the capo for you. All you need is one hand to swiftly move the capo. The best way I can describe how it works is like a clothespin or chip bag clip only much more durable and shouldn't harm your guitar.
This particular capo is designed for a steel stringed (not classical) 6 stringed acoustic guitar although it can be used with a slimmer necked 12 string and it's just fine. This company does make this capo for classical, electrics, and 12 stringed guitar as well as a large variety of colors/pattern. This is our second Kyser 6 String capo as the first one lost the clear rubber end that protects the back of the neck while in use. That one was used for years and could still be used if we could have only found the clear rubber thing. They do loosen up a bit over time with a lot of use, but still always seem to work. Never had a problem with fret buzz--but that could also be in part the guitars we use it with. Would highly recommend this capo as it was highly recommend to us originally but another long time guitarist.