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Product & Service Reviews

Most players intuitively place the Clik capo on the neck where the bar opens from the low string side.  This seems to be the way most players use the product.  Eric explains why he positions the capo where the bar opens from the high string side.  Frankly – this is how Bryan Paige designed the product for the reasons Eric points out.

Again – PLEASE NOTE:  – when releasing the capo, it is VERY IMPORTANT to back the screw off about 1/2 turn before pressing the release button. Failure to do this will round off the threads over time and will cause the capo to “slip”.

Tony evaluates capos based on three criteria – Durability. Functionality and Ergonomics.  In his opinion, the Paige excels in each category.  Just remember not to over-tighten!

Karl evaluates the Clik capo.  He is able to use the capo up to the 11th fret on his guitar.

As with the above review – PLEASE NOTE: there is one point to add – when releasing the capo, it is VERY IMPORTANT to back the screw off about 1/2 turn before pressing the release button. Failure to do this will round off the threads over time and will cause the capo to “slip”.

This is a review of the Clik Capo which also highlights the differences between the Clik and Original Series.  PLEASE NOTE: there is one point to add – when releasing the capo, it is VERY IMPORTANT to back the screw off about 1/2 turn before pressing the release button. Failure to do this will round off the threads over time and will cause the capo to “slip”.

Also – as shown in the video – be sure that the bar “snaps” in place by squeezing the yoke.  You may feel a click when engaging, but the “snap” tells you the bar has been set properly.

Following these suggestions will give you the best product experience and longevity.