Capo

Celtic Etched Hawaiian Koa Celtic Knot

This gorgeous Hawaiian Koa Celtic Knot Capo has a celtic-knot etching on both sides of the capo (shown).  This etching is a normally a $25 custom shop upgrade.












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C.B.G.
Beautiful capo to match my guitar!

I wanted a good looking capo to go with my GS Mini Koa. This capo looks great and comes with different fret pads to be used on my other guitars.

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L.P.
AAA Curly Koa Kona Coffee | Custom Capo

These are the best capos I have used in 50 years of playing guitar!! The artistic quality of the various woods and inlays is stunning. The functionality of each capo I have purchased has been superb. The strings are held perfectly with no buzz whether using my six or twelve string guitars, steel or nylon strings. The rubber options work wonderfully whether for one of my Martin guitars or for Guild or Yamaha, the fit is excellent. I am very impressed with this company. I urge all of my fellow guitar players to try one of these capos. You will never go back to using any other type

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K.H.
One of a kind Capo for my one of a kind man

Beautiful quality. Fast shipping. Was a gift and he couldn’t have been happier when he received it.

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E.
Gorgeous, highly functional product.

When the stunning aesthetics of these capos is actually matched by their functionality and usefulness, you know you have a real winning product on your hands. I ordered mine with a matching truss rod cover, and I’m thrilled with the results!

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S.S.
Perfect style & outlook, Slight disappointment on function

Honestly the best looking Capo I had ever seen in my life. Great design and fits my guitar just fine.
Also extremely considerate from the Thalia team to have all different fretboard curve's rubber for different customer's need.
One thing to reflect is that I am quite disappointed while I chose the right rubber, clipped the capo on the neck of my guitar according to the menu and the first note I played was blurred since the capo didn't press hard enough itself (I had already fully set up my guitar in advance).
I had to clip the Capo very very close to my guitar fret in order for it to do it's job, however as a result my fingers felt it blocked by a wall, tough experience in this case ( Clipped at 3 and I was playing at 4) since it is too close to where you are playing.
Overall I still recommend to purchase this very pretty product if you do chords, busking, performance level playing. But not so sure for fingerstyle player.