A full capo – the most common type – is a clamp placed around your guitar’s neck to shorten all the strings, allowing you to sing and play in different keys. A partial capo shortens one or more strings, allowing you to explore alternative tunings without having to retune. Here’s a good introduction by folk singer and capo expert Harvey Reid.

Review: G7th Heritage Capo

From the April 2018 issue of Acoustic Guitar | BY GREG OLWELLThe new G7th Heritage is a premium-priced capo that combines an age-old yoke device with the ... Read More...