These models of capos I carry are the best types of capo for banjo and what I recommend.
Some models you can easily adjust the pressure on the strings which causes minimal need for returning. If you prefer the quick capoing action of the spring loaded capo The Paige banjo capos are really good quality and hold up very well.
We carry 5-string capos, capo spikes and sliding capos and some practical advice for when and when not to use a capo and returning the banjo after putting a capo on.
We also carry the best banjo capo of it's kind on the market - Hand designed and crafted by banjo innovator, Bill Stokes
I can count on Ross to sift through all of the available stuff and only carry what he considers as worthy....Thanks, Gord
The best models of capos for the banjo at BanjoTeacher.com. Many to choose from. These banjo capos work the best and cause the least amount of re tuning
Install these banjo capo 5th string tacks or railroad spikes and make it easy to tune the banjo 5th string when using a capo and changing keys. Since someone came up with this idea. 90% of banjo pickers or more seem to use the 5th string capo spikes like these as the preferred way to to capo up the 5th string on their banjos. This method avoids having to put screw holes in the side of the actual neck where it is finished or side binding when installing a 5th string sliding capo,