D’Addario Accessories Launches the Pro Plus Capo

The capo arm mimics the way the anatomy of the human finger functions.

Farmingdale, NY (February 18, 2020) -- D’Addario Accessories is thrilled to launch the Pro Plus Capo. Available now.

Thanks to our revolutionary, FlexFit technology, the pad used on the capo arm of the D’Addario Pro Plus Capo mimics the way the anatomy of the human finger functions when fretting a string – so you never have to worry about unwanted buzzing, muted strings or intonation issues caused by varying capo pressure. With minimal overall pressure, every string rings clear, clean, and in tune.

The Pro Plus is designed to function perfectly on virtually all guitars, including flat fingerboard classical guitars, all the way to vintage electrics with a 7” fretboard radius.

The Pro Plus Capo:

  • Automatically adjusts to any fretboard radius
  • Also ideal for 12 string guitars or any instrument with octave pairs of strings
  • Optimal pressure on every string for unmatched, in-tune performance

PW-CP-19 - Pro Plus Capo - Black - $44.95 ($29.99)

PW-CP-10S - Pro Plus Capo - Silver - $44.95 ($29.99)

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