Kyser Quick-Change Capo for 12-string guitars – Black

October 11, 2019 - Comment

With more strings, you need more tension and a larger body than the original Kyser Quick-Change capo. This Kyser Quick-Change capo is specifically designed for your 12-string guitar and is built to last. It is reliable and does just what it is designed to do — clearly raise the pitch of the 12-string guitar so

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With more strings, you need more tension and a larger body than the original Kyser Quick-Change capo. This Kyser Quick-Change capo is specifically designed for your 12-string guitar and is built to last. It is reliable and does just what it is designed to do — clearly raise the pitch of the 12-string guitar so you can play in a different key without retuning or changing fingering. Seasoned professionals and beginning players alike appreciate how the Kyser Quick-Change capo helps them transpose their 12-string guitar in seconds, with only one hand. The beauty of the Kyser Quick-Change capo is in its simplicity. Kyser pioneered this design and although often imitated, a Kyser is never equaled. There is no substitute for a genuine Kyser Quick-Change capo. Made by hand in Texas, USA. Guaranteed for life.

Product Features

  • Specifically designed for 12-string guitars
  • The original one-handed Quick-Change capo
  • Strong, lightweight aluminum with steel spring
  • Parks on the guitar’s headstock when not in use
  • Made in USA and guaranteed for life

Comments

Anonymous says:

This capo will certainly outlast your 12-string if you use it… On receiving this capo I noticed it came with a piece of black cloth tape covering the inner part of the clamp that is at the side of the guitar when it’s used. It is almost impossible to see in the Amazon ad, even with the brightness on my monitor turned up. This thin piece of tape is meant to protect the edge of the fingerboard where the capo rests against it. Unlike some other brands of capo, this one is not designed to bend away from the side of the guitar, but instead, pushes hard up…

Anonymous says:

My favorite brand of Capos I have been using Kyser capos for over 20 years now. Of all of the brands I have tried, this brand is my favorite. I have some that I have been using for over 20 years, so they are very durable. They are so easy to use and you can change position very quickly, which is nice when you are playing out. the one for the 12 string has a little more tension than the ones for 6 strings for the obvious reason that you have more strings to hold down. I would not recommend using it for a 6 string because…

Anonymous says:

Make sure you realize this capo is for thicker/curved neck guitars My 12 string guitar (takamine EG523SC-12) has a very thin, flat neck. I was immediately disappointed in this capo when I realized it didn’t have the tension to hold down frets 1-3, and frets 4 and 5 both had open string buzz on the D and G strings.However on a friend’s 12 string with a larger neck, the capo worked perfectly. The capo also worked just fine on my 6 string seagull s6 slim.By examining the capo you can see that the portion holding the strings is slightly…

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