The Transpo.. What?

Here’s a new capo that just came to my attention via a comment. (Thanks Greg!) Check out the Transpo-Capo. This new capo eliminates the two-capo dilema. Moving capos around between songs can make for dead space if you’re playing without a keyboard or additional guitar to keep things flowing. And, worship flow is something we work hard at, dont we?

The Transpo capo comes with instructions and there is a tutorial video in the making. Here’s what the makers have to say about it…..


The Patented TRANSPO™ Capo opens up a new way to play chords and alternative tuning for guitarists. The TRANSPO™ Capo is two capos in one, combining the benefits of using both a short-cut capo and a full capo simultaneously.

Beginners will find the TRANSPO™ Capo useful and enjoyable as it will immediately allow them to access and play complicated chord structures easier. Advanced guitarists will find that the TRANSPO™ Capo will open a new world of chord structures that they can add to their repertoire.

The TRANSPO™ Capo allows complex chords to be played by one or two fingers while providing a more full and open chord sound as compared to standard tuning.

Stop by and have a look around.


Filed under Cut Capo, Guitar Tips

6 responses to “The Transpo.. What?

  1. utex

    Oh my god, this is so awesome! It’s been a long time since i’ve been excited about a guitar capo…haha

  2. gary243

    i bought one and it is amazing. Make sure you get a chord book with it because it has nearly 200 cut-capo chords!

    great for worship leaders and song-writers trying to experiment with some new sounds

  3. cutcapo

    Yep, awesome capo! Check out for some training videos on it.

  4. Doug

    I got one. It’s nice. The only problem that I foresee with it is that, due to it’s design, you have to learn where to put it, because of different guitar neck sizes.

    For instance, when I was using two capo’s (one full, one short), I could put the capo’s next to the fret. But, with the transpo capo, I have to place it midway between frets.

    This doesn’t make this a non-buy product! It just means you have to know the best placement for your guitar, since there are different neck sizes, etc.

  5. roger4him235

    just saw this
    looks like it is from the same company (Transpo Products?)
    now THIS looks cool

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