Cordoba Nylon-String Guitar Capo

Cordoba Nylon-String Guitar Capo

Cordoba Nylon-String Guitar Capo

B&H # CO04039 MFR # 04039
Cordoba Nylon-String Guitar Capo

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Product Highlights

  • For Classical / Flamenco Guitars
  • Compatible with Flat Fingerboard Radius
  • Clamps to Guitar Neck and Raises Pitch
  • Facilitates Open Chords Across Many Keys
  • Facilitates "Instant" Transposition
  • Useful Tool for Backing Up Vocalists
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This Nylon-String Guitar Capo from Cordoba is designed to be used with six-string classical and flamenco guitars that have a flat fingerboard radius. It clamps to the neck of your guitar at whichever fret you choose, raising its pitch, and thereby allowing you to play open chords in different keys.

Beginners will find this tool useful for playing chords that are comfortable in any key. Advanced players will appreciate the resulting change of the guitar's natural overtone structure, allowing them to get different-sounding timbres and harmonics out of the instrument.

This tool is particularly useful when backing up vocalists, who sometimes demand songs be played in different keys. As this capo is intended for use on guitars which have a flat fingerboard radius, it is not compatible with the fingerboard radius of Cordoba's Fusion series instruments, or any instrument with a roundly radiused fingerboard.

UPC: 809870040396
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Cordoba Nylon-String Guitar Capo
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description
    Compatible With 6-string classical and flamenco nylon-string guitars with flat fingerboard radius
    Dimensions and Weight Not specified by manufacturer
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.15 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 5.0 x 4.0 x 0.6"

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