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5th String Sliding Capo 

Shubb 5th String Sliding Banjo Capos - Nickel or Gold

The best sliding 5th string banjo capo for tuning the 5th string available today is the Shubb Sliding 5th string banjo capo in gold or nickel. These are high quality, sturdy, easy to use and keep the banjo in tune.

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    $44.47
    Best 5th String Sliding Banjo Capo Available The Shubb 5th string sliding banjo capo is the best sliding 5th string capo available for the banjo today. It  comes in the shorter "C" length or in the longer "D" length and you can choose between gold or nickel plating.The Shubb 5th string capo works simple with a "screw" that is on a "slide" or metal bar....
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    $12.95
    A new innovation for capoing the 5th string on a 5 string banjo. Now you can capo the 5th string at any spot of the neck without using railroad spikes or a sliding 5th string capo.Easy to Install! Requires no drilling or installation Doesn't permanently attach to your banjo Just place one end of the capo on the edge opposite the 5th string,...
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