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#TOP 1
Ugy Acoustic Electric Guitars Ukulele Cover
1.58 ounces
4.2 x 3.4 x 0.6 inches

Looking at this through a computer screen or mobile phone - It looked intimidating cause you don't know if the capo was going efficient. Since I was in a desperate need for a new capo and the music store that was near by my house costed like 15 bucks for one.

I thought, "Screw it." And bought the accessory. When it arrived to my house, I got excited because I couldn't wait to play songs that involves with the capo. And lemme tell you that this object is worth every penny.

The strength that the capo pushes down on the frets were marvelous and strong. I played the guitar and it sounded so smooth! So going back up to the title: "Is this worth your money???" And without a doubt, YES!

Seller Name Price Condition Positive
UGY $8.69 New 98%


PROFESSIONAL CAPO - Built to last - built of lightweight high quality plastic steel, Steel spring with internal memory to provide strength and fatigue resistance.
QUICK RELEASE - Super Easy to clip on guitar and quick to change. It can even change keys during a song,just clamp it and let your song fly.
NO SCRATCHES - High Quality Silicone Pad Will Protect Your Instrument Against Damage. Steel Spring with Internal Memory. It Puts Just Enough Pressure on the Instrument
NO FRET BUZZ - Stays in Tune with a great intonation in all frets. Quickly change position between frets on stage with one hand
EASY TO MOVE - Fits Perfectly Electric and Acoustic Guitars, Ukulele, Banjo, Folk Guitars and Mandolin
#TOP 2
Ugy Guitar Capo Acoustic Ukulele Cover
3.2 ounces
4.4 x 3.4 x 0.6 inches

I've played guitars and other for a long time, many years and never used a Capo. I'd use a chord fragment or just find it up the neck in some pattern/box. However, recently, I've been looking at Lap Steel and Tunings and actually a - capo would help during a guitar setup too but never got around to getting one (Nut Action and Neck Bow as third hand).

Therefore, as my first, and looked at what could be had at what price, this looked good. I can't do an in hand comparision to this design versus same design and x5 on the Price. Well, I guess I could but just need what works reliably and may be same quality anyway.So, it works.

It seems gentle yet firm enough and if take care, the rubber edges look OK. The Frame seems a bit "light" for me. I am not willing to pay x5 in price for a more solid cast one. I'll check next time in a Store.

Seller Name Price Condition Positive
UGY $9.49 New 97%


WIDELY USEDIdeal For Acoustic And Electric Guitars, Ukulele, Banjo And Mandolin So On.
PROFESSIONAL CAPOMade Of High-Quality Zinc Alloy (Aircraft-Grade Metal). With Bright Gloss And Built To Last, And Brings Comfortable Grip When Using
SAFETY NO SCRATCHESHigh Quality Silicone Pad Will Protect Your Instrument Against Damage And Built-In Guitar Pin Puller
QUICK RELEASESmoothly Change Positions Between The Frets With One Hand, Maintaining Good Pitch In All Performances (No Annoying Buzz)
EXCELLENCE PERFORMANCESteel Spring With Internal Memory Provides Strength And Fatigue Resistance To Guitar Instruments And Applies Sufficient Pressure
#TOP 3
Donner Acoustic Electric Ukulele Mandolin Cover
3.2 ounces
3.9 x 3.7 x 0.8 inches

I love this product. This year, I got my first guitar and began to teach myself, so I have something to sing along with. However, I quickly realized that I needed a capo to play many songs. I hopped on Amazon and went to the best looking and best reviewed capo I could find.

Quickly ordering it without even realizing it came with picks, I was very happy with my purchase. When it arrived, I saw the nice packaging and the capo which is beautiful. I also saw the picks which came in a nice small cardboard holder and had two different widths, instantly I switched to those picks and have been using them for about a month now.

I love this capo it is easy to use and looks very nice, I recommend this product to every guitar player.

Seller Name Price Condition Positive
DonnerDirect $6.99 New 97%


1 Makes full use of the labor-saving arc and lever principle, fully ergonomically with the hand-held design , the grip is more labor-saving.
2 Exquisite metal appearance is made of high-quality alloy material, not only has a cool metal texture, but also with extreme corrosion-resistant.
3 Presses the string tightly, stresses each string evenly, which makes strings ring loud and clear, no free buzz. Come With 4 gitar picks
4 The spring is made of high-quality special steel spring, super elastic, repeated use, and the elasticity is still as good as beginning.
5 The silicone pad in the capo is made of the good silica gel material, and the silicone pad are perfectly fits the neck, which ensures the accuracy of the tone change, and can also protect the neck shaft.
#TOP 4
Wingo Quick Change Acoustic Electric Guitars Cover
2.39 ounces
3.8 x 3.4 x 0.8 inches

This is probably the best capo I've had. The lining is sturdy and stiff enough to hold the strings, but smooth enough to keep my instruments in good condition. The spring is fantastic! Just the right amount of tension. I definitely recommend this capo to anyone who's hands don't allow for bar chords!

Seller Name Price Condition Positive
WINGO music $7.69 New 99%


Versatile: this capo can suit your acoustic electric 6-string guitar ,banjo,mandolin or ukulele well.
Quick Release : super easy to clip on guitar and quick to change. It can even change keys during a song,just clamp it and let your song fly.
What you get: The ultra lightweight professional capo with 5 medium pick. Rock & Roll with this capo, and it comes with lifetime warranty.
Well Made:much thicker silicone pad protect your guitars from scratches or demage. High-Grade aluminum alloy for better lock and long time use.
No Buzz :perfectly balanced pressure for that clear tone with strong spring.
#TOP 5
Wingo Acoustic Electric Ukulele Rosewood Cover
0.2 ounces
3.2 x 3.1 x 0.47 inches
Rosewood Color

I've had tons of capos over the years... Kyser, Dunlop, Shubb, etc. This inexpensive capo works just as well as those costing 2-3 times more. It works great and is a fine fit on all my guitar necks, acoustic and electric.

I don't have any issues whether it's on a more vintage style 9. 5" radius fretboard or a more modern 12" radius. I don't have any super-flat necks like 14" or 16", so I can't comment there. I've never had a capo break, but I lose them all the time...

It starts with "Hey man, can I borrow your capo?" and ends with me never getting it back. At $15-20 a whack, that really adds up over the years! I found myself yet again needing to replace a wandering capo and decided to limit my investment this time, and purchased this little gem.

This is well made of solid materials. No rough burrs or shoddy casting... All edges and corners are nicely rounded. The rubber strip that touches the strings is solid, and they even have a nice rubber molded thumb grip. This is what really sets it apart from some of its similarly priced competitors.

Seller Name Price Condition Positive
WINGO music $8.69 New 99%


Versatile: this capo can suit your this capo can suit your steel string acoustic and electric guitar ,banjo,mandolin or ukulele well.
Quick Release : super easy to clip on guitar and quick to change. It can even change keys during a song,just clamp it and let your song fly.
What you get: Unique beautiful wood finish capo with 5 medium picks which are shipped by random,might not the same color as the picture,but the same quality and also super beautiful. Rock & Roll with this capo,and it comes with lifetime warranty.
Well Made: High-Grade aluminum alloy material and much thicker silicone pad protect your guitars from scratches or demage.
No Buzz: perfectly balanced pressure for that clear tone with strong spring.
#TOP 6
Tanmus Acoustic Electric ,Ukulele,Mandolin,Banjo,Classical Accessories Cover
2.1 ounces
3.39 x 3.15 x 0.45 inches

Geeze, what a deal for the price. I had been looking for Capos for 20 and 30 dollars. Thought I'd just try my luck, on this one, a friend showed me his. This is an outstanding capo. Strong and sturdy all-metal construction.

It really clamps down on that fret but has a no-scratch design. One review said it didn't hold the tone. I was going sharp and noticed I did not have the capo all the way on the neck. Presto, pure clear tone right on the money.

So make sure its all the way on. Also sports a nice firm grip rubber sleeve pick holder and a peg puller. Quite a value for 8. 99 and free shipping. Oh and four free assorted picks.Very nice! I ordered two because I play on two different floors in my house, my office on breaks on a Pocket Rocket and on my Tele downstairs.

I couldn't be happier! You can keep the 30 dollar capo, don't need it.

Seller Name Price Condition Positive
TANMUS $8.99 New 100%


SIMPLE TO USE: 2.1oz lightweight balance design, Not too heavy or too light , Avoid the feeling of draping sensation when in fast move
CREATIVE 3IN1:Includes compact capo& guitar pin puller,designed for easier playing.The clip top carry 360clamping pick holder, won't shake off
GOOD DEBUGGING:Capo's key parts are matched with widening thick high-resilience steel springs and silica. Carefully tuned to ensure reliable performance and safe Instrument protection
BUY WITH CONFIDENCE:90-day return refund guarantee ,equipped with 4 pcs picks in 3 different thickness. Environment-friendly material and supported by ROHS certified.
BRIGHT LUSTER:Uniform Brushed spray, not only the luster color but also bring the comfortable grip feel when in use
#TOP 7
Daddario Tri Action Capo Black Tune Cover
D'Addario Accessories
0.288 ounces
5.9 x 0.4 x 7 inches

I did some research on capos and decided to give Planet Waves a try. I previously had one of those bungie cord like capos, which was fine but it is a bit cumbersome. The other capos I looked into were Kyser and Schubb.

Kyser is great because of its easy trigger grip. It's disadvantage however is that it has a lot of weighted tension on one side so it can knock your strings out of tune. The Schubb deals with this issue by having an adjustable tension spring that will adjust pressure according to the thickness of the neck.

The problem with the Schubb, however, is that it can't really be manipulated with one hand and it can easily fall of the guitar. In comes the Planet Waves. It has a trigger grip so technically you can easily move it around the fretboard.

However, because of the adjustable tension, you do need to adjust it when moving to a different neck thickness. It might rule out the one-handed ease but it does take care of Schubb's problem of falling off. In reality, I only found that I need to adjust the tension when switching between guitars or if I move up way up the fretboard.

Seller Name Price Condition Positive
Amazon Official $14.99 New Official
Brook Mays $19.92 New 94%
Mightymics $21.00 New 94%
Cream City Music $18.99 New 93%
Chicago Music Exchange $17.95 New 98%
Total Music Source $21.99 New 91%
West Music $17.99 New 99%
PlayMusic123 $17.79 New 98%
GimmeSomeStrings $24.99 New 98%
GearTree $19.99 New 94%


TRI-ACTION GEOMETRY: Tri-Action geometry reduces the force required to open and close the capo and applies even tension regardless of neck profile.
TUNED IN: Designed for use on 6-string electric and acoustic guitars, the micrometer tension adjustment on the black Tri-Action Capo ensures the proper force is being applied to the neck of the guitar for buzz-free, in-tune performance at any fret.
STRONG CONSTRUCTION: The NS Tri-Action Capo is constructed from aircraft grade aluminum making it rugged enough to take a beating, but very lightweight on the fretboard. It adds negligible weight to the neck of the instrument.
EASY TO OPERATE: The single hand, easy to operate Tri-Action Capo clamps to the headstock when not in use. An integrated pick holder stores your pick in a convenient location when playing fingerstyle.
D'ADDARIO ACCESSORIES: For over 20 years, D'Addario Accessories (formerly Planet Waves) has been leading the industry in innovative and problem-solving products that serve musicians worldwide.
#TOP 8
Donner Dc 2 Acoustic Electric Ukulele Cover
2.46 ounces
4.33 x 0.79 x 3.94 inches

My dog got me a ukulele for Christmas and I'm just now getting around to playing it. I had no interest in learning by playing Mary Had a Little Lamb or any other beGINNer songs ... I had one goal and that was to learn how to play Hey Soul Sister!

That was what I wanted to learn first, period. So I went online and printed the tabs from a few different websites. Some chords I got right away, but the others were super hard to play because my fingers did not reach at all.

I noticed a few sites mentioning the use of a capo for easier fingering so I did a little research and bought this one. Great Thing Number 1 was that i felt like an official ukulele player when I got this.

Great Thing Number 2 was how I was able to able to play the chords using the capo because the finger positions were a lot easier. Once I got used to it being there I was able to learn the song!

Seller Name Price Condition Positive
DonnerDirect $8.69 New 97%


Easy to move - fits perfectly electric and acoustic guitars, ukulele banjo, folk guitars and mandolin, and so on.
Professional capo built to last - built of lightweight high quality zinc alloy (aircraft grade metal).
No scratches - high quality silicone pad will protect your instrument against damage
High performance - steel spring with internal memory to provide strength and fatigue resistance. It will put just enough pressure on each guitar
Change position smoothly between frets on stage with one hand. No fret buzz - stays in tune with a great intonation in all frets.
#TOP 9
6 String Acoustic Electric Guitar Ma 12 F Cover
1.58 ounces
5.7 x 0.8 x 4.1 inches
Classic Black

It's the first capo I've ever purchased (so I don't have much experience to base my opinion). It seems like a solid Capo to me. I only have 2 problems with it.1. Not a huge deal, but it feels like it doesn't always press hard enough on the strings and I get a buzzing noise.It's an easy fix.

I just have to "help" it by pressing it down manually, then it will hold position.2. I find the capo gets in the way when playing certain chords. Playing a B7 with the capo on the 5th+ requires a lot of focus (at least for me anyway).

I've tried moving the capo around in various orientations within the fret, but often times I find I get that buzzing noise I mentioned earlier. Other than those 2 issues, it's a fine capo for the price.

Seller Name Price Condition Positive
Rinastore $7.99 New 98%


DESIGNED FOR - 6-String Acoustic and Electric Guitars, also fit different Instruments (Ukulele, Banjo, Bass, Mandolin).
PERFECT SOUND - tight on strings and no more fret buzz with high performance capo.
What You Get - 1 Ultra Lightweight Professional Capo, BACKED BY A 1 YEAR "NO QUESTIONS ASKED" GUARANTEE.
EASY TO USE - Quickly and Easily Releases and Repositions With One Hand Without Disturbing Tuning
DELICATE SILICONE PAD - protects your precious guitar capo from any scratches or damage.
#TOP 10
Capo Guitar Black Rosewood Clamp Cover
Sound harbor
2.39 ounces
4.25 x 3.5 x 0.6 inches

I got 2 capos and 5 guitar picks for $10. I don't even need 2 but its the best deal I could find. They work very well, look good and feel very sturdy. The only complaint I would have is that they are tensioned perhaps more than is necessary, not enough to damage wood but still its a bit aggressive.

Its like it is tensioned to be a 12-string capo.

Seller Name Price Condition Positive
Sound harbor $9.6 New 97%


[ PROFESSIONAL CAPO ] - Quickly and easily releases and repositions with one hand without disturbing tuning.The strong spring action clamps it firmly in place.
[ MANY APPLICATIONS ] - Designed for acoustic and electric Guitars,also fit Ukulele, Banjo, Bass, Mandolin.
[ ORDER NOW, WITHOUT RISK ] If Sound harbor capo are any quality issues, please contact us - We will provide free replacement or refund !
[ DELICATE SILICONE PAD ] - Protects your precious guitar from any scratches or damage .
[ BEST CHOICE ] - Do you want your beloved guitar to give you a more reliable and excellent performance? Do you want your favorite guitar give varied and beautiful tones? If so, this guitar capo is your best choice.
#TOP 11
Shubb S1 Stainless Guitar Guitars Cover
2.56 ounces
4 x 0.3 x 2 inches

People are picky about their capos, and some cost well over $100 (and some are, if I were a rich successful musician, worth it (from this same brand, actually!, but, honestly, this one here- it's all you ever need. If you're like me and have several different guitars with significantly different neck sizes, but 2 or 3.

At this price it's affordable. I have one for my slimmer necked Ibanez and Strat, one for my thicker necked Les Paul, and one I use for my acoustics. Not strictly necessary, but it's nice to have the tension set right where you like it (though, honestly, the way these clamp, if the tension is off a bit, it still sounds great!.

I'd say this is the most inexpensive 'decent for a pro musician' capo there is. Until they come up with an affordable one that gets *completely* out of my way (all capos seems to bug my fret hand, to an extent, when I'm playing certain standard chords, as I end up right up against it), this is what I'll be using, practice, stage, recording.

Seller Name Price Condition Positive
Amazon Official $17.49 New Official
Austin Bazaar $19.99 New 93%
My Music Life $17.58 New 95%
Music Buys $21.95 New 90%
Brook Mays $23.74 New 94%
Russo Music Center $27.32 New 95%
Sims Music $26.99 New 83%
PlayMusic123 $29.95 New 98%
Capital Music Gear $49.03 New 93%
Tobias Pöhling strings and things $26.78 New 97%


Country of Origin: United States
Manufacturer Part: S1; Stainless steel construction
Smooth action
New roller design resists wear
#TOP 12
Kyser Quick Change 6 String Acoustic Guitars Cover
0.16 ounces
3 x 1 x 1 inches
Aluminum with steel spring

I've tried other capos... And they may seem appealing for some little pick holder or new kind of spring, but none of them are as easy to use, look better, LAST LONGER, and hold tune like Kyser. I've still got 2 solid black ones and a "drop d" capo from kyser.

I bought one as a backup, which I will never probably need... These capos just last... The spring, the rubber... It's all still holding up 12 years after i bought them.Now... Why did I buy this one? BECAUSE IT'S BEAUTIFUL.....

Same great quality, but this rosewood version is just great, pops on stage and matches on of my guitar's finish perfectly. So, if you are in the market for a capo, grab a quality one from Kyser... If you want one that also makes your fellow musician friends jealous, grab the rosewood finish.

Thanks to Kyser for the "if it ain't broke" approach to the function, but continuing to create new products we desire!!

Seller Name Price Condition Positive
Avalanche Brands $19.95 New 96%
Kyser USA $19.95 New 98%
Sam Ash $19.95 New 86%
MorrellMusicDirect $19.95 New 95%
Music Buys $19.95 New 90%
DC Music Store $19.95 New 96%
Guitar Liquidators $19.95 New 91%
Guitars Plus $19.95 New ?
The String Store $19.95 New 96%
Arkansas Musicworks $19.95 New 93%


Strong, lightweight aluminum with steel spring
The original one-handed Quick-Change capo
Professional quality
Parks on the guitar's headstock when not in use
Made in USA and guaranteed for life
#TOP 13
Rosewood Acoustic Electric Ukulele 1Rosewood Cover
3.73 ounces
4.21 x 3.35 x 0.63 inches
Black capo

The capo works great except that it's too tight. I can barely open it with one hand, so that's a draw back. I'm using them for my ukuleles and the size is good, works well on my parlor guitar and banjo, too.

Maybe it will loosen up as I use it more often.

Seller Name Price Condition Positive
WOGOD $9.99 New 98%


NO FRET BUZZ - Guitar capo stays in tune with a great intonation in all frets. Quickly change position between frets on stage with one hand.
GUITAR CAPO EASY TO MOVE - 2-Pack Capo fits electric and acoustic, bass, ukulele, banjo and mandolin.
TRUSTED QUALITY AND GUARANTEE - If in the next 1 years your guitar capo are any quality issues, return it for a full refund no questions asked!
NO SCRATCHES - High quality silicone pad will protect your instrument against damage,our proves you don't have to spend a fortune for quality music gear
HIGH PERFORMANCE - Guitar capo steel spring with internal memory to provide strength and fatigue resistance. Capo will put just enough pressure on each guitar.products are designed by musicians for the active player
#TOP 14
Bee Life Professional Acoustic Electric Mandolin Cover
3.2 ounces
4.72 x 4.52 x 0.74 inches
Rose Gold

I've been playing for 25 years or so and have had probably a dozen capos. This is the first one that seems to have equal tension all across. No notable distortion in intonation, which is something I couldn't say for any other capo I've used.

Easy to squeeze/apply and it's pretty. Definitely recommended.: )-Julie

Seller Name Price Condition Positive
EJT Direct $6.99 New 95%


HIGH-QUALITY ZINC METAL MATERIAL-The surface is plated and coated with transparent paint to ensure the feel and texture of the product is excellent.
EASY TO MOVE AND WIDELY DESIGN-Super fast to change between Frets without changing your playing fingering. Designed for acoustic and electric Guitars, also fit other different instruments, such as Ukulele, Banjo, Bass, Mandolin
STRONG SPRING- Steel spring with internal memory to provide strength and fatigue resistance. It will put just enough pressure on each guitar. products are designed by musicians for the active player.
SILICONE PAD-The delicate silicone pad does not squeak during the movement and does not damage the strings.
ORDER NOW, WITHOUT RISK- We guarantee the use of quality materials to provide excellent customer service. If there are any problems with this item, we will arrange a full refund for you.
#TOP 15
Guitar 6 String Acoustic Electric Siiwoo Cover
1.58 ounces
11.07 x 5.04 x 0.75 inches

This is my second capo. The older one has an adjustable knob that you tighten AFTER you have placed the capo on the neck. The advantage to that one is you can control the tension. The disadvantage: its a pain in the butt to line up and tighten thus it never gets used.

But this product's capo design is awesome. Just put it on like a giant chip bag clip. Although this particular capo is cheaper than most so it has a few limitations: It is hard to grip since the handles don't extend as much as the more expensive ones.

It will leave a small dent in your palm for a couple of minutes every time you use it! This is because of the strong spring in it, so it might also change the tuning a bit. Finally it is not designed to go past the middle of the neck at around the 7th fret on most necks.

Seller Name Price Condition Positive
MAGIC MIGO $2.99 New 100%
APOOD $6.99 New ?


Guitar Capo Acoustic 6-String Acoustic and Electric Guitars, also fit different Instruments (Acoustic Guitar,Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar,Ukulele, Banjo,Mandolin).
High-quality silicone rubber protects your precious guitar capo from scratching or damage.
Whenever there is any quality problem you meet from our product,please contact us, we will help you all the time.
The guitar capo works very well, and the silicone pad protects the neck from scratching while providing even pressure on the fingerboard. When the capo is placed along the neck, the strings do not buzz and everything stays in harmony.
Easy to use, release and reposition quickly and easily with one hand, and use the lever on the back to release it without pulling the strings of the instrument without disturbing the guitar tuning.
#TOP 16
Wingo Guitar Acoustic Electric Guitars Cover
0.3 ounces
3.14 x 0.51 x 1.77 inches

Having used them all.... This capo is one of the best ever! A cross between the Planet Waves NS and the G7, this is an extremely well made capo that is heavier than the PW and lighter than the G7 and the workmanship is 1st class.

Great finish and most importantly, it does the intended job quite well. At this price you need to get a few. I'd be amazed that anyone would not like it. No string buzz but this capo deserves all kinds of buzz.

Also have 2 Thalia capos and not impressed. Update: Planet Waves has dumbed down their capo to the point that is not worth buying. Still love this capo but find it necessary to gently file down the point on the edge and where the metal meets the rubber on the thin side that would face you.

This eliminates the sharp points asnd only takes about a minutes with a fine nail file.PERFECT!

Seller Name Price Condition Positive
WINGO music $11.99 New 99%


Perfect Tension----Knurled tension knob for precise control of tension
Professional ----Designed for acoustic and electric guitar,banjos ,ukulele,bass with curved rubber. (not classical)
Strong Spring---Lightweight zinc-alloy body with super smooth finish.Strong spring for long time use.
No Buzz---- holding capo firmly in place as you adjusted, keeps strings in tune without buzzing.
Guarantee----100% life time Guarantee,if you are not happy with it,just let us know.
#TOP 17
Guitar Rosewood Tuner Acoustic Guitar Cover
Sound harbor
3.2 ounces
7.28 x 5.55 x 1.38 inches

I bought this for my son as a stocking stuffer for christmas this year. He plays guitar, bass and ukulele. I couldn't believe the price for this capo and was excited about the fact that it came with the clip on tuner.

I opened it when it arrived and the capo was a really nice quality with an attracive faux woodgrain finish. The grip is strong and the hinge is very strong and well made. The digital clip-on tuner came with a battery in the box which was great because it requires a very common, easy to find button battery but I didnt have any in the house.

The tuner has a clip on it which is really cool and the clip swivels so that no matter where you attach it, you can turn it to face you. The swivel on the tuner clip is strong so the tuner doesnt fall out of place while using it.

Seller Name Price Condition Positive
Sound harbor $12.99 New 98%


[ MULTI-USAGE TUNER ]-- Multi-function Digital Tuner can be used for the tuning of guitar,chromatic,bass,violin,viola and ukulele,Banjo.
[ PROFESSIONAL CAPO ] -- Designed for acoustic and electric Guitars,also fit Ukulele, Banjo, Bass, Mandolin.
[ PROFESSIONAL CAPO ] - - Quickly and easily releases and repositions with one hand without disturbing tuning.The strong spring action clamps it firmly in place.
[ ORDER NOW, WITHOUT RISK ] -- If Sound harbor capo and Guitar tuning are any quality issues, please contact us - We will provide free replacement or refund !
[ HIGHLY PRECISE TUNER ]-- High Precise Detection and sensitive vibration Tuner clip,no background noise,good for Applicable to a variety of environments.
#TOP 18
Acoustic Rosewood Without Classical Electric Cover
4 ounces
4.2 x 3.4 x 0.05 inches
Rosewood finish

I have owned acoustic, electric, basses, and ukes, these capos work beautifully for all of them. Plus, the wood finish looks so classy than black ones. And the picks that come with them are of high quality as well. I would highly recommend these amazing guitar capos.

Hold down the strings with no buzzing and never scratch or mark your guitars. When you play at an open mic, you can make adjustments quickly to find the proper tone. I had bought 3 of these, that should tell you how much I like these.

Seller Name Price Condition Positive
Flowerus $8.49 New 94%


WIDE COMPATIBILITY: All the points of this capo which contact with the grip and a proper string of your precious guitar are covered with quality thickened silicone pad layer, protecting it from scratches or damage, the 2 inch wide guitar capo works great as a 6-string acoustic guitar capo, electric Guitar capo, ukulele capo, banjo capo, bass capo, mandolin capo.
NO FRET BUZZ: This acoustic guitar capo is designed with build-in memory steel spring, clamps the guitar strings evenly and firmly, not like other clamp for guitar, the hinge is either tight enough or the spring is weak, this electric guitar capo would perfectly distribute pressure and give a clear tone sounds without any string buzzing.
ONE HAND QUICK CHANGE: The streamline handle design of this acoustic capo is more ergonomic to fit any person's hand when adjusting, no matter you are a freshman play for party or a musician in concert or music festival, it will help to adjust fret without any feeling of draping sensation during fast move, even clip on and take off with one hand.
ENJOY LIFETIME WARRANTY: As a professional capo for ukelele, acoustic and electric guitar manufacturer, we understand music, enjoy music, and love music. That is the reason why all the SNIGJAT capos are strictly checked before shipping for ensuring in a good performance, and we are proud to make a lifetime warranty with "NO QUESTIONS ASKED".
2 PACK SOLID BUILT: Made of high-grade lightweight aluminum alloy, these capos are strong and durable for both steel and nylon string guitars. Featured a rosewood grain coating, the luster of guitar kapo not only decorates your guitar but also brings the comfortable grip feel when in use. An ideal gift choice for son, daughter, husband, wife, parent, guitarist, musician friends, rock and pop players.

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Last Updated: Oct 18, 2020

FAQs on Guitar Capos

4 Reasons for Using a Capo on Your Guitar A capo is a device that clamps down across the fingerboard at a particular fret on a guitar. Capos can operate by means of elastic, springs, or even threaded bolts, but they all serve the same purpose they shorten the length of all the guitar strings at the same time, creating, in effect, a new nut.

All the open strings now play in higher pitches than they do without the capo.How much higher? A half step for each fret. If you place the capo at the 3rd fret, for example, the open E strings become Gs (three half steps higher in pitch than E).

All the strings become correspondingly higher in pitch as well B becomes D, D becomes F, and A becomes C. (By the way, you can't play anything below the capo only above it on the neck. To correctly set the capo, place it just before the fret (toward the tuning pegs), not directly over the metal fret wire.

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I find a capo made for a uke to be more comfortable, But that is just because I have fairly large hands, and a capo sort of gets in my way. I can work around the smaller gadget a lot easier.

But there is no inherent problem with a larger guitar capo. If it is adjustable, either size can be adjust correctly, or too tightly; so that's not a problem. Guitar fretboards are flat, while some guitars have a slight curve to them.They are radiused.

A guitar capo that has the correct shape is better, because it will take less pressure to get all the strings down. Use the wrong shape, and some will be too tight, or some too loose, but they will not be even.

That causes tuning problems. But a ukulele neck is so narrow that even a radiused capo is pretty much flat enough So if you need the capo, whatever you find at hand will work safely, as long as you don't get it way too tight.

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You mean in an emergency, like it's your turn to come on stage on annual day, in the college auditorium and cover that soulful song let her go' by the band Passenger' , on your guitar and in your own voice, which almost identical to the one on the original disc and the key you're wanting to sing it in , requires the Capo, clamped somewhere, in the middle of the fretboard of your new and pretty, Yamaha acoustic 310 and you're frantically digging into the gig bag for that elusive device and cripes, in your dire moment of need, the grim realization dawns upon your sorry mind, thatright before their very eyes'your co-eds might have thoughts that you were only faking it' and galfriend in the audiencelike before her heart was taking it' Now deep anxiety begins to creep upon your face at first' not so ghostlyturns..

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I've seen home-made devices with a couple of stout rubber bands and a dowel or whatever to hold the strings down. The main problem being that any such are going to be clumsy and likely bulky when playing at the first position as well.

There are dozens (maybe hundreds.... Of capo designs on the market, some good, some bad. I almost never use one any more but I'm impressed by the Shubb design which lets you finely adjust the pressure on the strings so that you get a clear tone without pulling the strings out of tune.

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Yes.There are partial capos that will enable you to capo a subset of the strings. The most flexible of them is the Spider Capo, available here: , IQob, Ch, MIla, Pv2J7I3QIVm, MJk, Ch33_w, LAEAQYAy, ABEg, LRev, D_Bw, E&kwid=productads-adid^221925979422-device^c-plaid^323968368423-sku^[email protected], Type^PLA.

There was a Third Hand Capo that was similar, but it apparently has been discontinued.

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While performing and when not installed on the guitar for playing, my capos go into my front left pocket or get clipped or set onto the shelf of the music stand where the i, Pad sits. I NEVER leave a capo clipped to my guitar headstock.

In fact, one of my guitars has a carved headstock and a capo won't fit there anyway (neither will a clip-on tuner). I don't want junk hanging off my guitars on stage, so I do leave capos or tuners clipped to the guitar.

I use several kinds of capos as each different kind has it's own strengths (and weaknesses) for different purposes. Right now, there are 5 capos sitting on the music stand where I practice. There are additional capos in a drawer in another room I haven't used for a while.

I frequently use multiple capos for creating special tunings. My standard Shubb is used as a full capo below the 5th fret. I often then use a full-size Kayser for grabbing 4 or 5 strings. I don't like the handle of the Kayser, but it can be clipped from the treble Side and positioned at a slight angle toward the nut to stay mostly out of the way.

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It depends on the song and what compromises you are willing to accept. First, it's important to point out that a capo is generally useless for playing songs in a lower pitch. If you are just playing chords and you don't care about voicings, transposing to a different key can be relatively easy.

If you wish to preserve your voicings it becomes more complex. Often it is just a matter of moving the chords higher on the neck and using a barre chord (where the index finger substitutes for the guitar's nut at the higher pitch).

The barre chord will not sound the same as the original if it had open strings, however, because open strings have different acoustic properties than fretted strings. But what if the original chords had fretted notes at, say the fifth fret or higher as well as open notes?

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Yes.If you clamp it too far from the fret you can get fret buzz. That would be wrong. Note that most people recommend putting the capo right behind the fret. I will tell you from experience that doing this can make playing certain things in first position hard as the capo can get in the way of the left hand.

In practice, I've found that putting the capo a little bit behind the fret, or slanted with a little more space on the treble strings can help. James Taylor, FWIW, does a slight capo slant and I don't think its an accident.

If the capo has an adjustable tension, and that tension isn't set correctly you can get fret buzz. That would be wrong. Using the wrong TYPE of capo would be another error. If you have a guitar with a curved/radiused fretboard, you'll want a capo with a similar curve, and if you have a flat fingerboard guitar (eg a classical guitar) you want a matching capo.

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Footnotes[1] Kyser Musical Products[2] TRIGGER CAPO MANDOLINQ: Can I use a guitar capo for a soprano ukulele? Yes, this is possible. However, it is much better to use a capo designed for ukulele, mandolin or banjo, or a cut-down capo to better suit the narrower neck on a uke.

Then there is not as much jaw overhang to get in the way of the fretting fingers. Here is a picture I've just taken of a Kyser [1] trigger-style guitar capo, and a Dunlop trigger-style mandolin capo [2]: Here they are in place on Kerry, my favourite Lanikai CK-TEQ tenor ukulele.

Note the difference in overhang: While the overhang is less bothersome on the Dunlop capo, it's still too large for my liking, and I'll probaby cut down the top jaw to reduce the overhang sometime soon. I used to use the Dunlop capo on my mandolins, as well as on ukuleles, but these days I prefer to use a cut-down Planet Waves [3] capo (I cut down the top jaw with my bandsaw [4]) as it fits much more closely, with much reduced overhang.

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