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Kyser Quick Change Capo For Banjos, Ukuleles, And Mandolins, Black, Kbmb

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Description

  • Specifically designed for banjos, ukuleles, and mandolins
  • The original one-handed Quick-Change capo
  • Strong, lightweight aluminum with steel spring
  • Parks on the instrument's headstock when not in use
  • Made in USA and guaranteed for life

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Customer Reviews

This just might come in handy at the right time!...I just received the Kyser capo a few minutes ago, and I immediately attached it to my baritone uke.I attached it to the 5th fret on my uke and started playing some chords. I was a bit stunned to hearhow good the sounds that were coming out of my baritone uke.The reason I bought this is because should the time come when I want to play ukulele musicthat comes in a GCEA tuning, I can then be able to play that music written for GCEA tunings.What I don't really like is that in playing with it attached somewhat raises the uke pitch sinceyour playing in the higher registers. No, I'm not really complaining because now I can playthose uke songs with the GCEA tuning. My baritone uke is tuned to DGBE.Yes, I would recommend this capo.5I like the ease with which it can be put on ...Works really well for an ukulele, and for my banjo. I'll probably pick a second one up so I can travel and not worry about losing it. I like the ease with which it can be put on and removed, and it seems fairly sturdy. I'm not sure how the coils will hold up to repeated use, but I guess I'll keep an eye out and update my review if it fails sooner than I would want.Just don't buy this for a guitar if you (for some reason) are thinking about it. Go pay the price for an actual guitar one (this is too small).5Good buy for the price; reliable, foolproof and easily moved aroundSolid and easy to use. Once it's placed the banjo requires a little fine-tuning, which is pretty much standard for every capo I've ever used. It's easy to attach and move, and, although it's just a small detail, I can leave it clamped to the peghead, with the "handles" on the underside, when I stow my banjo in the case. Nifty. Good buy for the price. I have a similar one for my guitar that has been inservice for years, with no evidence of spring fatigue, so I expect a decade or so out of this one.5Now I can play along with StingSo I am new to playing stringed instruments and my music teacher suggested buying this. Good suggestion! You really cannot play Every Breath You Take on the ukulele without a capo. Now I put this on the first fret of my instrument and jam out with Sting and it is awesome.5Works great, small sizeThis capo is pretty flat, so if slides into the case very easily. It also does not get in the way of playing for me, I have small hands so that might be another reason why. Now it takes a little playing around with to correctly place on the instrument. The capo does not come with instructions but is pretty self explanatory, it just takes a little bit of playing with to sound correct. My soprano and tenor Ukuleles worked great with this capo without needing to play with placement. However, my mandolin required the capo to be in the just right spot in order to work. I found that clipping the capo on as far across as I could did not work on my mandolin- but by clipping it back not quite as far and rocking the capo a little I was able to get the capo in the right placement in order to work. Once clipped in the just right spot, it sounds amazing!5Kyser capoI have this Kyser Banjo/Mandolin capo and use it on ukuleles and also on an old vintage 1920's tenor banjo. The tenor banjo is tuned DGBE, like a guitar's 4 skinniest strings, which is also how baritone ukes are usually tuned. If you capo that tenor banjo or the baritone uke at the 5th fret with this Kyser capo, you find yourself magically back at GCEA. As you know, GCEA is the standard ukulele tuning for most! So it works really well for that.It's easy to put on and take off. It kind of feels like putting a big binder clip on a stack of papers. The only thing to get used to is chording right up against it, which feels a little odd since the size is bigger than your normal low-profile nut.But for the quickness-of-change and the quality of the capo, I think this is a very good buy.5Works like a charm!I bought this Kyser Banjo/Mand Capo, Blk from Amazon.com and got it in the mail earlier today for my Kala Makala Soprano Ukulele.I normally wait a couple weeks (or more) before I write my review on things, but I'm actually excited about writing how useful this is.For those who don't wish to read my entire review and to sum it all up in the end, BUYING ONE OF THESE IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!First of all the description (and packaging manual itself) says it's for the use of the Mandolin or Banjo, but the Amazon search of "Ukulele Capo" and also by a couple other reviews on this product used this on the Ukulele. So even though it doesn't say it's for the ukulele, it still works fine on the Ukulele.Durability: It's not plastic that's for sure and the tension of it feels like one of those exercise grips, but I'm pretty sure most people can be able to squeeze on those to take it off/on plus the slightly hard grip keeps the capo in place much better.Looks and ergonomics: It's funny how the capo was smaller than I expected, it's about the size of my palm in length. The part that sticks out of the instrument goes upwards from the frets (K-style; the best I could describe that) and shouldn't get in the way while doing some chords unlike some other capos I've seen where the part that sticks out is on the opposite side and could get in the way. Overall I'm pretty happy with it.Sounds: The reason why I got the capo was because I wasn't really happy with the sounds my ukulele makes (it didn't seem pleasant to hear for me), but ever since I put the capo on the first fret I could never seem to take it off anymore because I loved how it sounds now! Plus, having a capo allow you to change the pitch of the sounds to whatever you want, so you're basically not stuck with the same sounds on every song and you can play around the pitches to be more creative while jamming with the buddies! It's just a whole new world with a capo.Other stuff: The instructions specifically say not to attach the capo onto the headstock (the tail end of the ukulele), but I see everyone doing this anyways when they're not in use (I put mines on the middle of the top of the headstock so the whole rubbery part is on the instrument and not just a part of it). Although I do understand why they don't want you to put it there because the thick rubber of the capo (that attaches to the strings) conforms to the shape of the strings (when I take off the capo, I would see lines on the rubbery part of it) and putting it on the headstock would make the flat surface uneven after a while. The manual also recommends that you should take the capo off when not in use which again has something to do with the rubber (and I think it would mess the strings up too).HOW TO PROPERLY PUT YOUR CAPO: Naturally, one would put the capo on the middle of the fretboard. That is wrong. The correct position of the capo should be closest to (without touching the bar) the next fret. Basically, if you're going to put the capo on the first fret, the capo should be closer to the second fret. If you're going to go up a step to the second fret, then the capo should be closer to the third fret and so on. Get it? I hope so. Just don't keep it in the middle of the fretboard.To properly play the new chords, basically the capo is the new nut part of the ukulele. So if you put the capo on the first fret, then you would play the chords one fret down from your original normal chord.Well, that's about it for now. I'll update this review if anything comes up. As for now, I'm going to be busy jamming on my ukulele! :]5Great banjo capoThis capo works perfectly on my banjo. It clamps nicely to the peg head when not in use and is quick to pop on when needed and pop off when going back to open G. Guitar capos are too big and I had to put most other styles in my pocket, on the floor or a music stand .5Great for Ukuleles!This capo works great for my soprano ukulele and banjolele. It doesn't get in the way, even on a little fretboard. It doesn't leave a single mark or smudge on the finish of my uke. It's easy to use and sounds fantastic.My banjolele has a curved back to the fretboard and this capo still works great! I would definitely buy this again.5Dandy banjo capoThis is a cool capo. Took me a bit to get used to opening it because my hands are old and fingers not as strong as they used to be, but the capo works really well, and it's easy to use.5
Kyser Quick Change Capo For Banjos, Ukuleles, And Mandolins, Black, Kbmb

Kyser Quick Change Capo For Banjos, Ukuleles, And Mandolins, Black, Kbmb

4.7
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
£55.00
Sale price
£55.00
Regular price
£90.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (£35.00)