The G7th Performance Capo is undoubtedly the best capo you could buy for your guitar. It is made so you can easily use just one hand to squeeze the capo on to the guitar neck, and release it by using the lever on the back. This capo is made not to pull your guitar strings so your guitar stay’s in tune. Cost: Around $35
The G7th is a unique capo because of its light weight and low profile. The design adjustment for the G7th Newport Capo means that only the right amount of pressure needs to be applied to clamp down the strings. Because of this design you dramatically improve tuning problems, without losing sustain. Cost: Around $30
The Deluxe Shubb is made out of stainless steel so it doesn’t wear and nick. The roller also reduces wear and add smoothness to the opening and closing action. The roller engages in a track so you have exact alignment. The new lever makes it easier to open and close the capo. Cost: Around $30
The G7th Nashville can be attached to the guitar neck using just one hand. It is great for fast changes on stage. When not in use can be parked on the headstock. Compared to other spring capos, the spring on the G7th Nashville is softer so it is more comfortable to use, and helps get rid of tuning problems. Cost: Around $20
Electric version- This capo was made for narrow necks and lighter gauge strings of an electric guitar. It has the same features as the standard Quick-Change Model but has less spring tension. Cost: Around $15
Acoustic version- This capo is made of strong, light-weight aluminium. You can use this capo with just one hand. It clamps firmly holding intonation, but can be quickly and easily released and repositioned without messing up the tuning. Cost: Around $16
The Dunlop Trigger Capo’s shape and padded handles help make fret positioning easy. The strong spring action on this capo is what clamps it firmly in place. Cost: Around $14
The great thing about this capo is that you only have to use one hand and how freaken cheap it is. Cost: Around $5 Including Shipping
This capo is made for a wider neck and flat finger boards for a classical guitar. The capo also has a lighter clamping action that is proffered for classical strings.
This capo has a patented micrometer adjustment mechanism that allows the player to dial in the exact pressure needed for ringing notes without too much pressure. This reduces the need to retune your guitar during and after using the capo and also helps bring exceptional intonation.