Capos – When It’s Just Not Written in the Right Key

Sometimes you just don’t feel like playing that song in D-flat minor. Sometimes you need a capo so you can play normal chords and still be in tune with everyone else. There are a couple of capos that are rated extremely highly by their owners that I’ll tell you about here.

Both of these capos should work just fine on these stringed instruments.

  • 6-string guitar
  • Banjo
  • Mandolin
  • Ukulele

That said, they should work equally well on any stringed instrument with a suitable neck. If the neck of your instrument is similar enough to one of those listed above, you can get either of these capos and attach them to your strings.

TANMUS 3-in-1 Capo, Plus 4 Picks

TANMUS capos
TANMUS capos

The TANMUS guitar capo comes in these colors or finishes.

  • Black
  • Silver
  • Bronze
  • Metallic Silver
  • Wood Grain

You can also get a 2-pack in these combinations of colors.

  • Black and Bronze
  • Black and Wood Grain

What makes this a 3-in-1 device is that it’s a combo capo, guitar pin puller, and pick holder – a very handy gadget indeed! The lower end of one of the “handles” is the pin puller. There’s a slot in the upper section of the capo where you can stick a pick.

The 4 picks you get as a sort of bonus come in 3 thicknesses. Two are 0.46mm (light), one is 0.71mm (medium), and the last is 0.96mm (heavy).

Check out the TANMUS 3-in-1 Capo at Amazon today.

WINGO Quick-Change Capo, Plus 5 Picks

WINGO capo
WINGO capo

The WINGO guitar capo isn’t quite as versatile as the TANMUS. It comes in the colors listed below. Note that the wood grain finishes are just that – finishes. They are not made of wood.

  • Silver
  • Rosewood
  • Burlywood (light)

The bonus here is a pack of five 0.71mm (medium) celluloid picks.

Get your WINGO Quick-Change Capo at Amazon now.

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Capos - When It’s Just Not Written in the Right Key
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Quick look at two popular guitar capos.
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Author: Gary Sonnenberg

Gary has been playing keyboards since he was very young. He started on a chord organ because that's what his father liked. He's played guitar since he was a teenager, and he recently learned he could keep the beat on a drum set.