D’Addario’s Pro Plus capo is more like an artificial finger than a capo

Using ‘FlexFit’ technology.

The D'Addarip Pro Plus Capo

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D’Addario’s latest capo, the Pro Plus, aims to eliminate the issues that arise from traditional capos – especially when playing a number of guitars with the same capo, all with different fretboard radiuses.

As D’Addario explains, in order to combat fret buzz (in the case of not enough pressure on the strings) or intonation issues (in the case of too much pressure), D’Addario’s FlexFit tech “mimics the way the anatomy of the human finger functions when fretting a string”

D’Addario also notes that the Pro Plus is “designed to function perfectly on virtually all guitars, including flat fingerboard classical guitars, all the way to vintage electrics with a 7” fretboard radius” – perfect for those who have a wide range of axes, but don’t want to have to transport a small bag of capos to a multi-guitar gig.

Regardless of the number of guitars you intend to use it with, the Pro Plus will hopefully lead to less strain on your strings and fingerboard than a harder alternative – and better tuning across the neck.

The Pro Plus is available in Black and Silver. Find out more at daddario.com.

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