The Shubb Deluxe S Capo is made of stainless steel with a new roller design that resists wear and opens and closes more smoothly that the original Shubb capo. Restyled lever makes the Deluxe Capo easi... Read More
The Shubb Deluxe S Capo is made of stainless steel with a new roller design that resists wear and opens and closes more smoothly that the original Shubb capo. Restyled lever makes the Deluxe Capo easier to handle.
Reviewed by 22 customers
Of all the capos I've used over the years, this one is simply the absolute best. Light weight, easy to use and shift and hooks over my tuner keys if I need to remove it for a song. I play a 12-string and this provides the ability to adjust its tension strength so I always get clear, crisp tones.
dont pull strings out of tune. dont break. dont damage the guitar neck. dont buy anything else.
This is my second capo. The Shubb is easy to put on and take off. Best feature of the Schubb is it less obtrusive when fingering near the capo. It is worth the extra cost.
This capo is incredibly well made, down to the last piece. It's long enough to work perfectly on my 7 string electric without being too long for my standard acoustic. It feels very secure when fastened, and the adjustment knob lets you find just the right amount of pressure to apply. All around, this is a fantastic piece of equipment, and I wouldn't consider getting anything less.
Shubb capos are the best. Excellent quality and design. March 2013 all the "C" capos have the roller design - I still like the stainless steel but now one has a choice of finish.
Shubb has a great reputation, and for good reason. They make the best capos you can find! I needed to pick one up, so I went for their deluxe, top of the line model. (It's only a couple of dollars more than the next one, so why not?) The pros use Shubb, and for the great price, you should use one, too. The only thing I can gripe about it that I couldn't buy it in the store. I had to order it and have it shipped to the store to avoid shipping fees that were 1/3 the cost of the capo... then I had to drive across town to get it.
Fantastic capo. So much better than the other two I have. Good finish, excellent service from guitar center. Thanks guys.
This my first capo. When I recieved it I was surprised at how small it was and wondered if it would even fit my guitar. It fit perfectly on my strat and Les Paul. It seems well built and solid. Since receiving this one I've tried one of the clip on type and compared to those this is a little harder to put on or move around but I still prefer this one because of it's small size, and since I don't use it much anyway it's really not a problem for me.
It was the first time I was getting a capo for my fender strat, and didn't want something that ends up spoiling my strings as I use more of the capo. So, in that regard the soft and smooth front section sits nicely on the steel strings and the best part is it is way smaller than I thought it would be - so clearly not a obstruction for almost all the chords you play near the capo. Still not done using it for long..so its a good initial buy. Go for it..u won't be disappointed.
I received my Shubb Capo as a present for my 11th Birthday, 11 years ago. It hasn't tarnished at all, nor has the rubberized string-contact area worn. This capo will not ruin the finish of any of your guitars, nor will it cause warpage like many of those cheap spring-loaded ones. Another advantage is the adjustability - the spring loaded ones may affect pitch if you have large frets, whereas the Shubb may be adjusted to different tensions for different shaped necks.