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G7th Newport 12-String Guitar Capo

Item# G7_NP12
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Item Description

Newport 12 String Capo

The low-profile, flip lever capo for 12 string guitar, now with a brand new Compensated String Pad.

Simply flip the cunningly-concealed lever to clamp and fine-tune the tension for buzz-free, tuneful capoing.

A 12 string capo that doesn't rely on brute force

The Newport 12 String capo is specifically designed for 12 string acoustic and electric* guitars and combines traditional flip lever action, with a low-profile that doesn't get in the way of your fretting hand.

Fine tune adjustment means that you can dial in exactly as much tension as you need.

Unique Compensated String Pad allows all 12 strings to fret at the same time and under the same tension, dramatically reducing tuning problems while capoing all 12 strings securely and accurately.

Choosing the G7th Newport 12 string capo means you spend less time tuning and more time playing. Great on stage and in the studio!

*Not suitable for Rickenbacker 12 string guitars due to the reversed octave string positions.

Version: 12 String guitar with Compensated String Pad

Colour: Silver

Adjustable Tension: Yes

One handed operation: Possible with practice

Weight: 44g / 1.6oz

Size and shape: Slim, and rounded, so you'll hardly know it's there.

Max fingerboard width: 2 5/16" (58mm)

Max neck depth: 1 1/16" (27mm)

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By George
Escondido, CA
June 24, 2017
Gets the job done!
Easy to use and has a firm grip. Nice design touch also.
By Hard Times Tom
Midway, GA
March 7, 2013
One that really works
My Guild F212, which I bought new in 1967, has a neck a bit like a 2 X 4 with a curve that has been a challenge to capos up until now. The closest runner-up was my first Keyser, which was pretty much buzz free but tended to throw the box out of tune. The replacement didn't do so well. I made a few of my own that worked quite well but took forever to set up - fine for recording, but useless live. The G7th hype seemed plausible so I gave it a shot.
Initially I was disappointed because I had to fiddle with it incessantly to make it work. I watched the video, and the guy just ball-parked it and went on playing. So I kept fiddling with it until I discovered how to use it properly - something I suppose should have been obvious. Now the thing works like I expect - quick changes and never the need to retune. Gotta love it.
ProsIt works. Quick with no retuning, Can't ask for more.

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