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Capo Spikes 

5th String Banjo Capo Spikes - sold separately

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...

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    5th String Capo Spikes for Banjo  - Called Railroad Spikes If you can install these banjo capo 5th string spikes or "tacks" or have them installed then this is a great way to go. Sliding capos have been seldom used since someone came up with this idea of using these capo hooks. Most pickers use the 5th string capo spikes like these to capo up the 5th...
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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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