Capo kings Shubb have released four brand new coloured guitar capos to their Shubb Lite range.
Shubb Lites weigh less than half of an original Shubb capo – less than 30 grams – and feature a special rubber tip, designed to work like the finger tip, so retuning is not necessary. Compact and easy on the neck of the instrument, these colourful new offerings also provide a bit of eye entertainment and are more visible on stage than the typical black or chrome offering.
Available in red, blue, green and violet at a mere £24.99 UK RRP each, these Lite colour capos are an eye-catching take on the industry standard guitar capo.
Shubb is distributed in the UK and Eire by John Hornby Skewes & Co. Ltd. For more information, visit the JHS website, and contact me for review samples.
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