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Excellent capo for changing the key on guitar or uke. It works on my classical guitar and it works on the tenor ukulele. The back has a nice rubber pad to prevent marring the finish on the guitar. It clamps tight enough to work well on the fret. Some music I play requires a key change, so the capo is a useful tool.
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on December 30, 2017
First time I went to use it, the rubber on the curved piece fell right off. It was shipped during winter, so maybe freezing temps caused glue to fail? Super glued it back on and so far so good. Sure, I could have sent it back because of the warranty which is nice, but if a little glue can fix it that didn't seem worth the trouble. Based on reviews, it doesn't seem like this is a typical problem seen.
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on June 17, 2017
I have no context as this is my first capo. It works as expected though and has a lifetime warranty that isn't found on most/all of the other options I saw out there. It feels sturdy enough and well-made.
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on December 30, 2017
This is a very nice capo! The design, the grip and the quality, perfect! This is much better than my Kyser capo which is more expensive...i will definitely recommend this item to my friends!
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on December 26, 2017
I've owned several capos but I like this one the best. It is very durable and does a great job holding the strings down. You can Also use this capo as a hand grip strengthener.
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on August 28, 2016
My daughter received a blue one. Looks good and absolutely no vibration of any kind. Great product that I would recommend to anyone. Fits Yamaha FD01S.
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on May 27, 2017
So far, I'm impressed with it. It feels sturdy, well built, and works on a wide range of guitars. I like the minimalist look. Nothing fancy, but does the job well. It was an impulse purchase, so I didn't do a lot of research into different brands. The Scheffy Capo 1 was comparably priced and had good ratings, so I went with it. After only a few days of playing with it, I'm confident that I've made a good choice.
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on November 19, 2017
I've been using this capo about a year now. The product does an excellent job. I also like how the branding isn't covering the entire top of the capo. I would purchase this or recommend this purchase again.
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on June 1, 2017
Capo is great and comes as advertised. I, have 1 problem: when I bend strings (b and high 4), the bent strings don't get all the way back down again, leaving them crimped and a little sharp. I play acoustic with a .13 on top. So I use the Sheffland for songs with no bending and my old Shubb for songs I do bend strings on.
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on October 24, 2017
I bought this capo and another the same day. The other was pure crap and this one is fantastic. It is a solid capo that is designed to be effective. It has a very strong spring that will push down the strings enough to give you a nice sound with no buzz.
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