Guitarists, which capo do you prefer?
Yup, it’s that question again.
I’m a longtime fan of the Shubb - because honestly, it rocks. The only downside I can find is that you need two hands to change it, which isn’t great in our line of music. So I’m looking to replace, or at least explore.
A friend of mine recently switched to a Greg Bennet slider capo - I’ve owned one and I don’t love it, although my friend swears by it. I’ve heard some guitarists from bands I respect talk about the Quick Draw, a basic looking thing which you can slide up with one hand. Some people say the G7th has overtaken the Shubb. There’s also the fancy looking Thalia, which seems almost too good to be true. In Bluegrass circles people love the Hamilton, though they typically don’t need to change keys as quickly.
So what are you’re thoughts?