For years our most commonly requested combination of features has been "can I get the Shubb capo in black with the roller"? Well, now you can. Machined of brass and plated in black chrome, this stunningly beautiful capo will be the choice of anyone who prefers an elegant and inconspicuous look onstage or off. Perfect for instruments with black hardware or any dark finished instrument, and a must have for anyone who likes the stealth look!
Installs quickly and easily and stores over the peghead like the original Paige capo. PLUS -- Now with NEW adjustment method which is fast and simple! (Width 1 7/16, Open Depth 1 3/16, Closed Depth 3/4)
Presenting the C5 Standard Banjo Capo by ShubbShubb Capos are the worlds leading brand of capos and were designed by musicians for musicicans. The BC-20 is the Original banjo capo and has a polished nickel finish. The over-center cam action and a proprietary rubber sleeve, applies exactly the right amount of pressure to hold the strings, assuring proper intonation every time. All done with the flick of a lever.
For banjos, mandolins and bouzoukis, flat fretboard.It's everything the original Shubb Capo is, and more! Crafted of stainless steel, its roller mechanism provides ultimately smooth operation. When the Shubb Capo was first introduced in 1980, capos were elevated to a whole new level. In 1998 the Shubb Deluxe pushed the envelope again. How could the original Shubb capo be improved?
Standard Shubb Banjo/Mandolin Capobut with an elegant brushed nickel finish; a more subtle, satin-finished look. The effective bar length is 1.5 inches with a flat profile. See also Shubb 5th string capo
What makes the Shubb capo so special? For one thing, its ingenious design: a patented locking action which provides an unrivaled combination of power, speed, accuracy and ease of use. One smooth flip of the lever locks it securely in place... and removes it just as quickly.
This was the product that got it all started for us back in 1974, and to this day it's STILL the only fifth string capo worth putting on a banjo. It operates on a lever principle, not a spring, so it provides sufficient pressure to fret the string without muting the tone. It slides on a slim, dovetailed bar which mounts flush to the neck, making it sturdy and unobtrusive.
The new Shubb Fine Tune series of capos feature an innovative approach to a capo-- a thumb screw that doesn't get longer or shorter when you adjust it! This gives you the same feel against your hand no matter where on the fingerboard you capo.