If you have a defective capo we will replace it free of charge, anywhere in the world*. All we ask is that you return it to us at the address below.
To register your warranty online click here.
You can also register by post if you prefer. *The warranty covers any manufacturing fault or failure of the mechanism during normal use. It is not an insurance policy and does not cover any misuse or accidental damage.
Yes, you can use any of our steel string capos on both acoustic and electric guitars.
The vast majority of classical guitars have a flat, wide fingerboard - G7th makes a dedicated Classical capo in each of its ranges for this instrument.
Look for Classical models on this page.
First, make sure you have removed any excess glue and rubber from the capo. Then simply stick the new one in place using a cyanoacrylate-based super glue.
For almost all 12 string guitars we recommend the Newport 12 String Capo with our brand new Compensated String Pad.
The tooling costs for each model runs into tens of thousands of dollars, making them suitable only for volume production.
BUT If you would like your own one-off lazer-engraved G7th Performance 2 Capo Click here.
A nitro-cellulose finísh should be a pretty durable one. However, the danger occurs when it is exposed to additives or release agents which can be used in the processing of rubber components - these can soften and mark the finish.
We use high-quality silicone rubber on our capos and the components are cleaned before use. We would not expect you to have any problem with the rubber components used on our capos but would recommend that you don’t leave the capo on the guitar when you aren’t using it. This isn’t good for the capo either!
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Yes, a Lifetime Warranty (25 years in Germany).
If your G7th capo develops a fault, click here.