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When the Shubb capo was first introduced more than 30 years ago, it was immediately adopted by guitarists from around the world. This preference continues to the present day.
Shubb made some initial transponder developments, but the basic mechanical principle remained the same: a unique centralized braking mechanism that provides an unmatched combination of power, speed, accuracy and ease of use. A soft lever allows you to hold the capo on the guitar neck and also pull it out or move it easily.
The rubber used to press the strings is soft and sturdy, do not fold the strings over the frets. Its closing action is as close as possible to the hand, so it does not pull the rope out of the center. As a result, adjustments to guitar tuning are usually not necessary when placing or removing the capo.
By 2013 the standard line of Shubb transposers was upgraded, with the more economical (C-series) models including some features that were only available on stainless steel models.
- Shubb capo was first introduced more than 30 years ago
- Unique over-center locking mechanism
- Provides an unrivalled 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
- Soft, resilient rubber is specially designed to work just like a fingertip