SHUBB

3

Capo for 7.25" fretboard radius.
Fits certain vintage electrics, notably some Teles and Strats,
but most electric guitars do NOT have this extreme radius, and should use our model 1.

All the capos on this page will fit the same neck shape.


s4
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S4
The SHUBB DELUXE, crafted of solid stainless steel and featuring the roller design. Made in the USA.
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$29.95


C4
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C4
Standard Shubb Capo in polished nickel, our most popular finish.
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$25.95


C4n
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C4n
Standard Shubb Capo, as above, but with an elegant brushed nickel finish; a more subtle, satin-finished look.
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$26.95


C4k
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C4k
CAPO NOIR: Shubb Capo in stunning black chrome finish, now featuring the roller design and contoured lever.
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$29.95

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c4b
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C4b
Original Shubb Capo in plain, unplated brass finish. Made in the USA.
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$25.95


L4
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L4
SHUBB LITE: made of aluminum it is less than half the weight of an original Shubb Capo —
Now available in a variety of colors!

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$26.95

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R2

R1
Replacement sleeve for model 1 or 4: 2"

$2.00



dc

DC
Replacement Delrin cap for Original or Lite capos.

$2.00




Shubb Capos are by far the best for not creating tuning problems. Learn more...

capo models: 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7-8 - 9

About the MODEL
3

fretboard radius is the whole story on this model!

There seems to be a persistent myth that all electric guitars have a more extreme radius to the fretboard than acoustic guitars. In fact, only a very few do. Most electric guitars have the same radius as acoustic steel string guitars.

The model 4 was created specifically for some older editions of Fender Telecaster and Stratocaster, and copies of these guitars, that have a more radical curve to the fretboard. Most electric guitars do not have this radical curve, and should use our model 1.

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The curves on our model 4 capos and our model 1 capos are actually pretty similar. If you happen to get the wrong one, you might find that it works OK anyway, depending on string gauge and action. The rubber that presses the strings is very resilient, and forgiving of slight differences in fretboard radius.