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Kyser 6 String Capo, Camo
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- Fits any fret position
- Features bridge pin puller
- Affordabel, professional quality
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The benefits of the Kyser is that it is the quickest changing capo I've come across, doesn't require tension adjustment, and can clip to the end of the headstock when not in use. The primary benefit of the Shubb is that it has adjustable tension (and second, it's smaller).
The main drawback of the Kyser is the lack of adjustable tension. Because it's designed to work across the fretboard, it will apply more force than necessary to clamp down the lower frets, causing frets to wear faster over time. Because of this I prefer to use the Kyser on my less expensive guitar and the Shubbs on the guitar I baby.
The only thing about these capos is that the rubber does break down somewhat, and the strings will leave an indentation in the rubber. It doesn't seem to affect the pressure on the strings, however, and I have yet to replace one. At any rate, it would be absolutely worth it to have to frequently replace them if that were even the case because their ease of use is absolutely indispensable. Four years so far seems a very, very good run to me.
This one is great though. It's easy to put on and take off, and holds all six strings down without a hitch, delivering a nice even tone, without the "buzz" you sometimes get when the strings aren't held down hard enough. You can just leave it on the head when you're not using it, and then just clip it on when you want to play with it on.
It also looks sleek and classy, with the all black design, which is always a plus for me. All in all, a great buy and I highly recommend it for anyone beginning to play guitar or unhappy with their current capo.
Well, I can honestly say that it isn't a cheapo capo. As I said before, I've had this capo for close to 4 years and it still works as well as the day I bought it. The rubber is starting to form to the strings (but only by the 4-6 strings).
All in all, I would highly recommend this capo. It's easy to put on and take off without the hassle of some of those other capos.
5 stars all the way.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
4th capo of this style I have after playing with a different style for so long. There is no substitute, this capo is fantastic. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Nancy
Nice capo! Super tight , no buzzing. Really soft rubber grip, so no worries about marking your guitar. This capo would be $25-$30 in store, so it's a great deal.Published 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
Fantastic Capo. Can reach all the way up to 12th fret w/out problem. Why you'd want to do that, I'm not sure, but it still does so while producing crisp sound without twang.Published 13 days ago by Jonah Connelly
Works great. I lke the Dunlop even better though. It's more sturdy. And they have a slightly smaller version of electric guitars.Published 14 days ago by Guitar Rick
I've used a lot of capos over the years, including Kyser capos. Generally, I consider Kyser an industry standard. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Proft
This capo is the best I've ever used! I love it. It grips the neck of the guitar well and works well with necks of different width! Read morePublished 15 days ago by Amazon Customer