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Greg Bennett’s Glider Capo
The Glider Capo is not only fast and easy to use, but it also
has some unique features that greatly expand your musical capabilities. The dual tension system ensures uniform
pressure across the fingerboard so your tuning stays
remarkably true. There is noticably less tension than a typical capo, so it is gentle on the frets and neck finish. The
reduced tension makes the Glider ideal for electric guitars
with light gauge strings, but it is not recommended for 12-
strings. The large, soft back roller cradles the neck, preventing damage to the finish or worse, the neck itself.
You can roll the capo with your thumb or your pick hand
while you are playing and maintain tuning. This allows for
seamless key changes on the fly – real-time modulation!
The Glider stores over the nut; keep it close to the nut and
it will not effect your guitar’s tuning. When it’s time for the
capo, just roll it onto the fingerboard with your pick hand
– songwriters will love this feature. The Glider is available at
fine musical outlets everywhere.
The EMG-81TW humbucking pickup takes an EMG
classic to a new level. The dual-mode design allows for
maximum flexibility, with the original 81 providing all
the crunch and aggressiveness it’s famous for and an
all new single-coil that features a fatter tone with plenty
of punch and clarity. Either mode is accessed through a
push/pull pot for versatility.
Dual internal preamps – one tuned for single-coil mode
and the other for dual-coil mode – give the 81T W two
distinct sounds while delivering EMG’s well-known noise
cancelling technology in both modes.
It comes with the push/pull pot, battery clip set, output
jack and Quick-Connect™ cable.