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Dulcimer Capo

Item Number 2310031

Regular price $24.00

When you play the dulcimer, you will often run into a song that just doesn't "sit right" in DAD or DAA. Adding one of our mountain dulcimer capos to your instrument changes you instantly to a different tuning, without the hassle of adjusting your strings. Instead of playing in just one key, you can easily add variety and versatility to your dulcimer playing with our "easy on, easy off" capo. Made specifically for a mountain (Appalachian, lap) dulcimer, our capo for sale won't hurt your dulcimer's finish. It is easy to use, sounds great, and is highly recommended for all players, beginning through advanced.

This capo is made in the USA, and will accommodate fretboards as narrow  as 1 5/16", and as wide as 1 9/16".

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Khristine Hopkins
This is the email I sent to you when the capo arrived

Hi Richard,
I just wanted to thank you for the beautiful capo I bought from you recently for my dulcimer. It is quite lovely compared to my old black one which doesn't work well anymore. Not only does this one work very well...every string and all the notes sound so sweet...but it is a beautiful thing in it's own right, and looks lovely on the aged wood of my dulcimer. Thank you for carrying this great product!
All best, Khristine

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Laura Bell
I love this capo!

I ordered this wooden capo because I lost my black plastic one while playing with a group outdoors, AND I AM SO GLAD I DID!!! It is way better than the plastic one, which always tended to pop up and was difficult to put on evenly! Very precise and easy to attach, plus it is beautiful. Thank you, Folkcraft!

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Doyle Sauerwein
Capo

The capo does what it’s suppose to do, and works well.

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Murray Laing
Best Capo

Frankly, this works. It fits a Folkcraft dulcimer. The one I used before (the usual black one) always needed pressing down periodically to keep the melody string from damping.

Murray Laing
Scotland

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Sylvia Colles

Uneven on the strings.