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G7th Nashville Capo  

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Spring-operated capo that is light and quick to use, and offers secure string clamping with classic G7th style. For use with 6-string guitars.

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Overview

Spring-operated capo that is light and quick to use, and offers secure string clamping with classic G7th style. For use with 6-string guitars.

Features
  • 6-string spring-operated capo
  • Light and quick to use
  • Secure string clamping
Warranty
MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY
Does my capo carry a manufacturers warranty?
Yes. G7th want nothing but satisfied customers. If your G7th capo develops a fault, return it to us and we'll replace it free of charge, anywhere in the world.


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G7thNashville Capo
 
4.0

(based on 21 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great Grip for the Buck

I found this to be the best capo for the money out there and I've used several. Very quick on and off, adequate pressure without overclamping, and ease to keep on my guitar...Read complete review

I found this to be the best capo for the money out there and I've used several. Very quick on and off, adequate pressure without overclamping, and ease to keep on my guitar headstock during live performance with my Ovation. With a lifetime warranty, online registration, you just can't beat this, especially in it's price range. Don't be afraid to try this one.

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...Really?

I just got this capo, and within a couple seconds of playing it, some of the strings started buzzing and fuzzing out. I tried to adjust the capo many ways, even tried pressing...Read complete review

I just got this capo, and within a couple seconds of playing it, some of the strings started buzzing and fuzzing out. I tried to adjust the capo many ways, even tried pressing the capo into the strings (which fixed the problem) but a minute into my ownership, it's just plain and simple: I need my capos to do one thing, and that's press the strings down adequately, and this capo doesn't do the job. I'll be returning it as soon as i can.

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5.0

made really well and solid

By GregGarrisonblues

from St Paul MN

Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Functional
  • Good Quality
  • Improves Sound

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      Comments about G7th Nashville Capo:

      Made really well and solid. intonation is spot on when I do D chord forms up and down the neck. My other capos are out of tune when I do this so 5 stars

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      5.0

      better than good

      By Billmazeguitarplayer

      from Royal Oak, MI

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      Pros

      • 1 Clamp And In Tune
      • Easy To Use
      • Functional
      • Good Quality
      • In Tune

      Cons

        Best Uses

          Comments about G7th Nashville Capo:

          so much better than other clamp capos-I have them all! This clamps in tune on first go and perfect on every fret. I read the spring is not as tight and wont make B sting sharp-worked perfectly for me

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          5.0

          Brings new life to your box!

          By phil

          from Shelby NC

          Site Member

          Comments about G7th Nashville Capo:

          I was getting to the point of dreading using my capo (which I must do much, as I lead sing-alongs at 2 nursing care facilities. I didn't realize my former capo wasn't holding securely, and I was at a bit of a loss as to what was going on. The sound was dull, and there was much buzz, regardless of how I positioned the capo. Then I got the G7 Nashville. Wow! What a difference. Strings are so secure and bright (great lows too!) that it sounds like a movable nut. The slim design does not hinder my chording, even with something like my "test case" B7. I noticed at first that it appeared that my new G7 was nudging the strings toward the bottom of the fretboard when I placed it, which I didn't like, but then I figured out that I need to position the G7, pressing it down on top of the strings with my right hand, then release the spring loaded lever with my left. Using this method, the strings stay perfectly in place. (I'm not interested in super fast capo changes, I rather aim for more precision. Incidentally, I place capo immediately behind the fret.)I'd call it the perfect capo. Thanks G7 and Guitar Center!

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          5.0

          Brings new life to your box!

          By phil

          from Shelby NC

          Site Member

          Comments about G7th Nashville Capo:

          I was getting to the point of dreading using my capo (which I must do much, as I lead sing-alongs at 2 nursing care facilities. I didn't realize my former capo wasn't holding securely, and I was at a bit of a loss as to what was going on. The sound was dull, and there was much buzz, regardless of how I positioned the capo. Then I got the G7 Nashville. Wow! What a difference. Strings are so secure and bright (great lows too!) that it sounds like a movable nut. The slim design does not hinder my chording, even with something like my ""test case"" B7. I noticed at first that it appeared that my new G7 was nudging the strings toward the bottom of the fretboard when I placed it, which I didn't like, but then I figured out that I need to position the G7, pressing it down on top of the strings with my right hand, then release the spring loaded lever with my left. Using this method, the strings stay perfectly in place. (I'm not interested in super fast capo changes, I rather aim for more precision. Incidentally, I place capo immediately behind the fret.)I'd call it the perfect capo. Thanks G7 and Guitar Center!

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          3.0

          spring too heavy

          By karen g gillespie _

          from Rockford, Ilinois

          Comments about G7th Nashville Capo:

          i have two older G7 Nashville capos and they work fine on my telecasters. It seems like this one has too heavy of a spring, and the strings distort out of tune when applied. The Teles even have vintage frets, so there shouldn't have to be that much pressure to make it work. The other two capos do not distort the tuning at all. If i were to buy another of these, i'd go to the store and compare the springs before i purchased it.

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          5.0

          Good as a Kyser

          By Andy Causey

          from Mississippi

          Comments about G7th Nashville Capo:

          I've had it for just a little over a week now, and it works just as good as a Kyser, and it looks cool too. Only problem is (a problem with Kysers too) with big necks it doesn't do to great, they both make the guitar out of tune. We'll see if the pressure it gives now last for a while, it still has the same pressure as it did brand new.

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          (2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

           
          1.0

          Don't waste your money on this poor quality product

          By John Pappas

          from Boston, MA

          Comments about G7th Nashville Capo:

          Have four acoustic guitars. Bought two of these capos for two of my guitars. Am bringing them back. Was embarassed twice on stage with them because they move, are unreliable, and cause the strings to rattle, especially while playing with them on the first or second fret. Furthermore, when I contacted customer service at the product manufacturer about the problem they acknowledged receiving the inquiry, but never followed through with a response. That tells me all I need to know about this product. It sucks! Don't make a mistake and buy one. You'll be sorry and sorely disappointed.

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          5.0

          Best Capo yet

          By Naoto Barrett

          from NC

          Comments about G7th Nashville Capo:

          I got the Nashville after i lost my cheap dunlop capo. I asked the guy in the store about it and he said it was great. I heard that some people have had a difficulty with the spring coming out and such, but i haven't had any problem like that with it so far. The best part I'd say though is that the capo is VERY light. In my opinion, it applies just the right amount of pressure and never changes the tuning. The only negative I''ve found is that I can't really clip it onto my tele headstock becuase the capo comes loose and falls of, but other than that it a great copa all around.

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          3.0

          Pretty good, but not the best

          By Niko Portante

          from Huntington Beach, CA

          Comments about G7th Nashville Capo:

          I just got this capo, & its a good capo, moves quick, lightwight & nice look, the problem though is there isnt enough pressure on the strings like my last capo (which i lost :/), but if you dont want a heavy 1 &/or want it quick & simple, get this capo, unless you dont like the "enough pressure" because the springs need 2 be a slight stronger i guess. The conclusion, its a quick, simple & light capo, although i wish it had enough pressure on the strings, & i still dont know about how long im gonna have this 1.

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          5.0

          Bang for your buck!

          By Willie Valdez

          from Laguna Hills, CA`

          Comments about G7th Nashville Capo:

          i was considering buying a $44 capo that a Guitar Center associate recommended, but I went cheap and got this Nashville Capo. I've had it for a while now and has had no problems with buzz or de-tuning, even on the first fret! i guess its a hit or miss because many other people have had very bad experiences with this capo. i recommend it to anyone who needs a high quality value priced capo!

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