SHUBB Delux Capo

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SHUBB Delux Capo It is the first choice ... often the only choice... of more than a million musicians worldwide. The serious guitarist will settle for no less.

When the Shubb Delux Capo was first introduced in 1980, capos were elevated to a whole new level. Now we've pushed the envelope again. How could a Shubb capo be improved?

SHUBB C1 CAPO for Steel Strung Acoustic & Electric guitars. Since 1980 the Shubb capo has set the standard against which all others must be measured.

Shubb C4 for 70's curved fingerboards Capo in nickel plated finish. For 7.25 inch radius fits some (but not most) electric guitars2 inches wide, curved to fit a 7.25" radiused fretboard

When the Shubb Delux Capo was first introduced in 1980, capos were elevated to a whole new level. Now we've pushed the envelope again. How could a Shubb capo be improved?

Material:
Stainless steel resists wear and nicks. It will look as beautiful years from now as it does today.

Ergonomics:
The restyled lever is easier to handle while opening and closing.

Design:
The new roller further reduces wear, while adding smoothness to the opening and closing action. The roller engages in a track, ensuring precise alignment.

Geometry:
The closing action is more uniform, closing with the same feel and requiring less adjustment between thicker and thinner parts of the neck.

If you use an electric, classical or acoustic guitar check out the C4 C3 C2 and C1 respectively. For banjo's - the SHUBB C5 is 1.5" and flat. Also works on most mandolins and bazoukis.