G7th Capos Updates the Heritage Series

The new capos feature Adaptive Radius Technology.

Peterborough, UK (February 15, 2018) -- Following its launch in 2016, G7th The Capo Company have released updated versions of their yoke-style Heritage guitar capos, including their ground-breaking Adaptive Radius Technology (ART).

On top of a few technical changes, such as making the adjustment knob shorter so it can be left behind the nut in a guitar case, the ART found in the Heritage has been finely honed to perfection.

“We’ve worked through various iterations of the ART design, but we’re absolutely delighted with where we are now. It’s so much more convenient than having to remember which capo matches which guitar radius, or messing around with changing inserts. You get convenience and the maximum tuning stability using the minimum tension necessary, all in a stunningly beautiful and lightweight capo!” Noel Sheehan, G7th Managing Director

All Heritage capos have several engraved options available, including stunning Acanthus leaf designs and customized text. Prices from $139, including bespoke branded leather pouch and cleaning cloth, all supplied in a presentation case.

In addition, the two guitar models (standard and wide widths) are also now available in 18kt Gold finish in extremely limited numbers, and exclusively from the G7th Custom Shop.

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