Dunlop Pickers Pal Capo

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For nylon or steel string guitars.

The Dunlop Pickers Pal Capo fits curved and flat fingerboards with its unique convertible pressure bar. Centered CAM pressure points ensure even clamping. Changes fret position easily. Store this Dunlop caop on the guitar's peghead when not in use. Use the Pickers Pal Capo as a safety rest for your guitar. High-quality material and construction.

Features
  • Fits curved and flat fingerboards
  • Unique convertible pressure bar
  • Centered CAM pressure points
  • Changes fret position easily
  • Stored on peghead when not in use

You'll throw all your other capos away after you use this one. Order now.

 
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DunlopPickers Pal Capo
 
4.9

(based on 7 reviews)

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5.0

my pal

By Ron Jones

from Vancouver, BC ,Canada

Comments about Dunlop Pickers Pal Capo:

These are great capos and the price sure is right. I play a lot of Gordon Lightfoot music on my 12 string and what I do is use a Shubb (sorry) capo to cover the five strings (A to high E) on the third fret. Leave the low E string open. But here's where the Pickers Pal comes in. If you use it to cover the first fret (as long as the low E string is covered it's ok, and play the D chord you'll have the "drop D" tuning which is really the key of F. Lightfoot plays a lot of his tunes here and as long as you have the "Pal" covering the low E string on the first fret you're ok.

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(9 of 17 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

this is the best capo i have owned in 47 years!

By aaron-161Qv

from freeport, illinois

Comments about Dunlop Pickers Pal Capo:

WOW, what amazing capo! in the 47 years I have owned a guitar and 20 years i have been on tour I havent owned such a brilliant piece of manufacturing. This capo should be selling for more. Get this, you'll love it and you'll never need another capo again!!!

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(15 of 26 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

great buy

By E-man

from Michigan

Comments about Dunlop Pickers Pal Capo:

I purchased this capo about a week ago and I was immediately impressed. The picker's pal produces a very nice sound, even clamping, and durability.The only down side would be that it takes a some getting used to to be able to apply and remove it from the neck quickly. Over all five out of five stars.

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(26 of 48 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Happy with one for 20 years

By Mark-d8q5v

from Michigan

Comments about Dunlop Pickers Pal Capo:

I have owned this same capo for 20 years (yep, since 1985) and it has ALWAYS been reliable and provided superior clamping on the neck, no matter which guitar I have played. Curved necks are no problem since you can rotate the sleeve into different positions for both curved and flat necks. Produces nice clear tone. The clamping cam adjusts for different depth (thickness) necks easily. The rubber sleeve never wears out (it looks as good as it did when I first purchased it). This is the best capo on the market especially for the price. You won't be disappointed. We are now purchasing another one for my son who is just learning the guitar. I have always just removed it when not in use and placed it on the guitar strap as it is so easy to slip on and off.Works reliably, inexpensive, and easy to use, this is a winner.

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(28 of 51 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

My favorite capo

By Mike-fILq5

from California

Comments about Dunlop Pickers Pal Capo:

Hands down, this is my favorite capo. It works with over 90% of guitars. Lightweight and easy to adjust. There are four positions fo the rubber (this is adjusted only once) and three for the lever. Normally, you leave it on once installed and just slip it over the nut when not in use. It is wide enough to accommodate a 2 1/16 width classical guitar easily and clamps well enough for 12 strings. I clamp as close to the crown of the fret as possible and never have intonation problems -- even on my Martin D12-35.It won't work on every guitar, however: on 28 style Martins and others that use a diamond volute, it might not easily slip over the nut when not in use. If the neck profile (back of the neck to the top of the frets) is too flat, this capo won't work at all.The price is low enough to keep on in every case. I own over 40 guitars and have only three that cannot use this. On one electric, the profile is too flat, one one classical, the profile is too thick, on the third (an old Martin 000-28) the volute makes it so that I have to remove the capo when not in use which I find inconvenient when playin live.

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(0 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best (after G7)

Comments about Dunlop Pickers Pal Capo:

This capo fits really tight. There are four kinds of rubber surfaces on the bar and you can select which one fits your axe best. I had to experiment but the one I finally found holds the strings incredibly tight. The lever on the bottom that catches to the neck is easy and simple to flip up and down. The catch to the bar takes about 3 seconds of attention to apply or remove, which might be too slow for some but is worth the benefits. Ditto for moving it up onto the headstock, where it will stay until you want it somewhere else. The color is nice and professional looking. There is absolutely no slipping of this capo and it will not fall off your guitar if you accidentally bump it.

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(13 of 24 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

holds pitch very well. No dead strings

By Rod Luther

from "middle of nowhere" NE USA

Comments about Dunlop Pickers Pal Capo:

I like the way this capo holds the strings down with no deadning of the strings. The only thing that could be improved is the ease in moving and removing it from the neck.

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