Acoustic virtuoso Mike Dawes demonstrates the latest iteration of the company's flagship capo.


G7th Capos Performance 3

 

The Performance 3 is the culmination of years of designing, tweaking, and improving - but most importantly, listening to guitarists and their views on what a capo SHOULD do. Now, coupling our Unique Tension ControlTM system with the groundbreaking ART® string pad mechanism gives a near-perfect capo experience.

Perfect for virtually all* steel 6 string acoustic, electric or hybrid nylon string guitars.

 

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