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Shubb C2

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Capo for Classical Guitar

  • Recommended for guitars with nylon strings
  • Material: Nickel, chrome
Item number 122079
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
£18.80
Including VAT; Excluding £10 shipping
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Standard Delivery Times
Delivery approx. between Wednesday, 24.07. and Thursday, 25.07.
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classic capo
Richard261 24.06.2013
Everyone has their own favourite style of capo. I love shubbs.
What's perfect about a shubb?
It's small, it's precise, it doesn't get in the way, it holds the strings evenly and firmly, it's quick to place, you spring it after you've placed it (ie you are not holding the spring in tension while lining it up); it's adjustable, there are several different models with different curvatures for different types of guitar neck.
All in all, it is a perfect piece of micro engineering.
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Works exactly as needed
OriginST 27.07.2020
Great item. Works exactly as needed and fits properly for my classical guitar.
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Still the best
Michael9841 10.09.2016
I've owned a lot of capos over the years and have tried many of the newer ones. I still find the Shubb C2 to be the most reliable, most consistent, and easiest to use. You can adjust it quickly, it snaps on & off in a matter of seconds, and it fits the neck perfectly.
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Thomasyoung 30.07.2020
This capo is good for my classical guitar I can?t complain.
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