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    I need a capo for my Kala baritone. Any suggestions? Please.
    “Well, today is a good day to make music.”

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    I use a custom made Showcase yoke style capo. Bill Stokes, a well known banjo player, makes them.They're also know as a Elliot capo. I think Heritage G7 capo is also a yoke. They're pricey but well worth it. Very thin so can hardly tell it's on. I've got a drawer full of capos and theses are the best. Will never have to buy another.

    Nice thing about a yoke style capo is they clamp down from the middle so very little if any retuning is necessary.

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    Patrick, thanks for the info. I’ll do a google immediately.
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    I use a Kyser quick-change ukulele/banjo capo on my baritones. I like it because it goes on and comes off quickly and easily, and intonation seems to be good.

    https://www.amazon.com/Kyser-Quick-C...8895079&sr=8-4

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    Thank you for the suggestion and link. Delivery Wednesday.
    “Well, today is a good day to make music.”

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