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…..

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Description

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 TranspoCapo.com and have a look around.

6 Comments

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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 http://www.Transpo-Capo.com 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 http://www.evolutioncapo.com
    looks like it is from the same company (Transpo Products?)
    now THIS looks cool

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