I bought a B stock for my 3rd Thalia Capo, and I searched it up and down for any imperfection that might make it B stock... Nothing! Love, love, love these capos... If you haven't bought one yet, do yourself a favor and but one now! You won't be disappointed!
I'm not going to claim I own every capo ever made but I own twenty or so, including Shubbs, Dunlops and a very expensive Steinberger-designed one. Whenever a new design comes out I try it. My voice likes to be in keys like F, Eb, Bb, Ab, so I use capos a *lot* and the fact that most of them mess with the tuning is one of the great and enduring heartbreaks of my existence. Honestly, you have no idea. I have cried real tears of frustration over this. The better ones mentioned above, do this to a lesser extent, but they still pull the strings somewhat out of tune. The low E string is particularly problematic.The Thalia capo deals with this issue better than any other I've tried. I love having different options of radii, thickness (therefore tension) and material that I can change on the fly. It looks great too, I got the dark chrome with rosewood so it blends quite well with the fingerboard on my J-45. I do not like a lot of intrusive extra hardware (tuners etc.) stuck on my guitar. Will buy more of these for my other instruments for sure. Brava Thalia!
Excellent as always...another great addition.
Excellent quality, really snappy looks on stage and ease of use. I was tired of the capos that I had for the last 20 years and wanted something new. I tried the Thalia based on the innovative design and the choices of custom looks. I own 2 and will probably get more. “Highly Recommend!” -From a guy that is not always that easy to please. One for the home studio, one for the case!
To achieve a perfect fit, the Thalia Capo comes with multiple interchangable fretpads so that you can match the fretboard radius of your specific instrument. The following table lists common fretboard radii used by major manufacturer. If you do not find your specific brand and model below you can Google your guitar make/model plus the words "fretboard radius"; if that doesn't work you can use the manual method which is described here
Please Note: 12-String & 8-String Guitars should use our High Tension OctaveTouch fretpads to get the best performance. Standard Tension and High Tension Rubber fretpads are included with every capo. Our Teflon fretpads will likely not work on instruments with octave strings. size chart guide fret board
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