CP-1 Chrome Capo for Acoustic and Electric Guitars

$10.95

3.00 out of 5

Chrome Capo for Acoustic or Electric Guitars with Leather Bag


Description
WW-CP-1 Chrome Capo for Acoustic or Electric Guitars 
• High quality machined steel
• Concealed spring action
• Radiused for acoustic or electric guitar
• Includes nice genuine leather pouch

While we were looking for a machine shop to make our extra long strap locks, we happened across these very solid and well made capos. Candidly, other than the better than usual materials (all steel not aluminum) and higher quality machining, they’re not all that different from other capos that use this basic design, except that they’ve come up with a nice way to keep the spring out of sight inside the body of the capo where it’s not going to snag on anything. And since we are leather guys around here, we’re putting them in a nice leather pouch suitable for storing the capo and all those other little things that are rattling around in your guitar case.


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1 review for CP-1 Chrome Capo for Acoustic and Electric Guitars


  1. Rated 3 out of 5

    Kirk Grosch

    Purchased one of these capos for an acoustic guitar. The capo appears to be well made and no question it will last for years. It’s a tank, in a good way. . When I initially picked it up, I was surprised it actually had more weight than others I’ve tried. As should be the case, the capo can be be placed on the neck with one hand. When properly mounted, the strings did not bend or distort requiring you to re-tune the guitar.
    One observation I believe worth noting ab.out capo. The capo has fairly strong spring tension so while I have no reservations about using this capo, I think I would probably keep it stored in the leather pouch included rather than left on the headstock. I had a capo 20 years ago that I left on the headstock of my Guild F-50 and over time it left a shallow but noticeable indentation in the wood from the pressure. Depending to the wood on your guitar, it may not be an concern but just think it’s a reasonable precaution worth mentioning.

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