SHUBB S3 Deluxe 12 String Acoustic/Electric Quick Change Guitar Capo
About this SHUBB S3 - 12 String Acoustic and Electric Quick Change Guitar Capo
Crafted of solid stainless steel to resist nicks and scratches, this capo will look just as beautiful years from now as it does today.
When the Shubb Capo was first introduced in 1980, capos were elevated to a whole new level. In 1998 the Shubb Deluxe pushed the envelope again. Many people thought that the original Shubb could not be improved, but with the Deluxe we introduced upgrades in materials, design, geometry and ergonomics. It became the flagship product of our line. Still made in our shop in Missouri and assembled by our crew in California, as it always has been.
The Tech Features
Material: Metal and Rubber
Suits: 12 / 6 Steel string acoustic guitars and most electric guitars
SHUBB 12 String capoBy: David P on 6 January 2021I shopped around for the best reviewed capo for my 12 string. This one was a good price and works so well. It arrived in no time at all and just in time for getting together with the neighbours for a bash on Christmas Eve.
Shubb S3 Deluxe 12 string CapoBy: Marlan on 20 March 2020I recently acquired a 12 string Ibanez, somewhat prematurely given I'm still kind of muddling my way through standard 6 strings. Anyway, was a very generous gift. So... started to play it and what a fabulous lustrous sound. Even in the hands of a comparative klutz. After all, seriously can anyone do justice, even of the rough frontier type, to Pink Floyd "Wish You Were Here" on anything less (ok, apart from Gilmour)? So, being a fan of capo, after much research I ordered this one. Clean, crisp, true sound, it really is scintillating (even in the hands of a klutz etc), spot on tight clamp and uniform compression of all strings.. No buzz, no blur and works a treat also on 6 strings. I can probably manage with my existing capos but such a neat piece of engineering, I'm ordering more. Genuine gilt edged review, it's all the feedbacks crack it up to be (that's not real good grammar, is it?)
ok but not greatBy: Brad on 16 April 2018Not a bad capo but still has a some buzz on bottom E :(