Dunlop 50CF Universal Picker’s Pal Capo

$ USD 12.99

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Dunlop Capos

Jim Dunlop built his first capo, at home on his coffee table, in 1965. Its superior quality and intuitive design laid the foundation for a whole family of guitar and bass accessories carefully designed to improve the playing experience of musicians around the world. Jim’s original commitment to quality and innovation stands behind our full line of capos, and each and every one reflects the consistency and attention to detail that only 50 years of experience can provide.


  • This capo fits a variety of guitar types thanks to its unique convertible pressure bar, with CAM pressure points to ensure even clamping.
  • Fits curved and flat fingerboards and works on 6-string, 12-string, nylon-or steel-string guitars thanks to its unique convertible pressure bar.
  • The Picker’s Pal centered CAM pressure points ensure even clamping.

Located in Benicia, California, Dunlop Manufacturing, Inc. was founded as a small, family-owned and operated company in 1965, and has since grown to be a leading manufacturer of electronic effects, picks, capos, slides, strings and other musical instrument accessories. Dunlop is the home of such legendary products as the Cry Baby Wah, MXR effects, Tortex picks, and many more.

  • Multiple Styles
  • Innovative Designs
  • Top Quality Materials
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Instrument 6 & 12-String Guitar, Classical, Banjo, Ukulele 6-String Guitar 6 & 12-String Guitar 6 & 12-String Guitar, Banjo, Ukulele
Finishes Black, Nickel, Gold, Smoked Chrome, Maple Brass, Black Nickel Orange/Black, Brown/Black
Materials Aircraft Grade Aluminum Brass Nickel Plated Steel with Woven Nylon “Adjust-O-Strap” Elastic Strap
Tension Fixed Fine Tuning Adjustable Adjustable

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