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Limited Quantity- Gold PaigePro

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Limited Quantity- Gold PaigePro

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Gold Plated Paige Pro

The  PaigePro™ has a patented innovative adjustable guide system.  This consists of a screw and a nut with a double lead thread, which makes it really fast. And it’s very smooth.

The PaigePro™ capo has a patented bar that is totally different from any other capo on the market. The innovative bar uses six self adjusting inserts made of a nut-like material.    This material produces maximum sustain and tone quality without muting the strings.  It sounds as if you are not even using a capo!

The Paige Pro requires very light pressure greatly reducing the need for tuning as you move your capo. The ETI technology includes contoured inserts enabling  your strings to return to the right pitch after string bending.

*****Please note that if you have a thinner neck or a custom guitar with a non-standard radius, we will have to make some adjustments for your capo.  Be sure to contact us so we can work with you!

Radius: 16″- If your guitar has more than +/- 1″ from a 16 inch radius, we will have to do a special order for you

Open Depth 1 1/16 ” (1.062″)

Closed Depth 11/16″ (.687)

Width 2  1/32″ (2.031″)


1 review for Limited Quantity- Gold PaigePro







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    Paige capos

    Over 50 years as a pro musician playing several genres, I’ve used about every capo out there regularly.
    I now have 4 Paige capos, and in my opinion, the Paige Pro and Click ETI, are superior for retaining great tone, and practically no retuning, if any, probably not the fault of the capo. They sound excellent. And I love my Paige Original’s too, they are just great capos. Probably going to have to get a couple more, one for my banjo too.
    Craig John of the Craig John Band, and solo Musician.

    March 10, 2024

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