Partials Fretpads are now shipping!

September 06, 2016

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The Thalia Capo's unique, patented design is a complete rethinking of the guitar capo. It differs from other trigger style capos because its trigger action is actually reversed, with its lever arm turned around by 180 degrees. This means that you can squeeze the capo with your fretting hand in its natural position on the neck. As a bonus, this new design makes it easy for you to slide the capo up and down the neck while playing, expanding your creative playing possibilities.  We have also gone to great lengths to design a capo that will not take your guitar out of tune.  Our interchangeable fretpads allow you to match your fretboard radius and our teflon-infused fretpads ensure that the capo doesn't pull your guitar out of tune.

 

For those of you who have been waiting for partial fretpads... the day has come.  We are excited to launch our 200 series partial fretpad kit.  These new rubber fretpads convert any 200 series Thalia Capo into a Partial Capo.  When applied from the treble side of the neck, these fretpads will cover strings 2-3-4 and when applied from the bass side of the neck these fretpads will cover strings 3-4-5.  This set includes 6 different partial fretpads with the following radii:  7.25", 9.5", 10", 12", 15" & 16".  This ensures that even your partial matches the fretboard radius of your specific guitar.  These fretpads only fit our 200 series capos. Each kit comes with a microfiber bag and instructional booklet.


Chris Bradley
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David Pike (PickerDad)
David Pike (PickerDad)

September 12, 2016

ATTENTION MARKETING DEPT:
I saw a review “Top 6 Capos for Guitar”: https://tonypolecastro.com/top-6-best-capos-video-reviews/#comment-22943

I was shocked that there was no mention of Thalia. Tony and his cohorts at Music Villa are very influential in the acoustic guitar community. You should definitely contact him immediately. If he left Thalia off his list deliberately, you should make it right. If he’s never heard of you, you gotta fix that. Visit him in Bozeman Montana, Invite him to tour your shop, make a video with him, send him some capos, or all of the above. If you could get him to update his capo list, that would be awesome.

I have no agenda in this, I’m just a guitar picker who loves both Tony and Thalia. Hope you two can make some beautiful music.

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