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Shubb S1S Deluxe Acoustic Guitar Capo

Item# SHU_S1S
$21.95List Price $29.95
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Item Description

Shubb Deluxe Capo for Steel String Guitar - S1 (fits most acoustics and electrics) Stainless Steel

This Shubb guitar capo for steel string guitars is everything the original Shubb Capo is and more. Crafted of stainless steel, its roller mechanism provides the ultimate in smooth operation.

This capo offers a perfect fit around your guitar's neck and strings, working for most acoustics and electrics. Quick and easy to put on and take off, they deliver a balanced tone for your playing. Ideal for acoustic or electric guitars, this Shubb deluxe steel string capo is compact so it's easy to bring along to every gig. The solid build ensures durability for may sessions to come.

When the Shubb Capo was first introduced in 1980, capos rose to a whole new level. In 1998 the Shubb Deluxe pushed the envelope again. How could the original 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. This capo closes with the same feel and requires less adjustment between thicker and thinner parts of the neck.

Made in the U.S.


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83% Recommend this product (5 of 6 responses)
By Mark
Caringbah South, Nsw
Durable and easy to use.
May 3, 2021
I have two Shubb capos, and have never had any issue with them. I have never needed to replace any parts on them either.
  • Easy to use and durable.
  • None.
By ResqRick
Fort Myers, FL
Super little CAPO
January 13, 2017
One of my guitar buddies recommended this Capo. I finally got one and it works great. Small and doesn't get in the way of my big hands on the neck.
  • Quick clip on
  • Quick release
  • Small
  • Well made and solid
  • No spring so it's unable to clip on my guitar when not using. I've been hanging it loosely around a tuning peg.
By Kresimir
Zagreb, Zagreb
THE capo for me
September 30, 2016
I've tried several capos, but Shubb fits on both my acoustcs and electrics because of the fine tuning lever. I have to bring only one capo to the gig. The biggest plus of Shubb is its compact size. When I use standard capo, I have a problem while playing high up the fret when capo is on fret 5 or higher - the standard capos get in the way when i finger F shape chords. With Shubb, all chords are easily facilitated like there is no capo at all, which I really can use being mainly a fingerstyle solo player. And the price is really great
  • Size
  • Price
  • Reliability
  • Ruggedness
  • Weight
  • None
By Leo
Miami, FL
I would never use anything other than a Shubb
September 15, 2014
These capos are perfect for me, quick changes and balanced tone across the strings. I use this capo every single day.
By Ralph
Woodbridge, ON
easy to use and works all the time
January 21, 2014
I dumped all my other capo's for the Snubb. I use to have the standard Shubb Capo. I still use them however, all my new Capo's are the deluxe mode.

These things fit nice around the neck and strings
  • good fit around the neck
  • nice and small
  • firm grip
  • nice if it came in different colours. i.e. Gold
By C O.
Perfect Capo!
August 3, 2011
I have never used a capo better than this one.

It doesn't clamp using a spring, so it's easy to put on, especially once you have it set for your neck.
It's not that particular; I go back and forth between my electric and acoustic with no problems.

Because you can adjust the tension, it will work with necks of any thickness. And you can set it to apply only enough pressure to press the strings down to the frets, instead of squeezing them for dear life, as with the spring-loaded styles.

It presses straight down on the strings, with even pressure across all of them, so it doesn't bend any of them out of tune.

I doubt you'll ever go back to anything else.

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