Reagan 5th String Capo
from JD Music Company
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DescriptionReagan 5th String Removeable Capo EASY TO USE & doesn't attach permanently to the banjo--no drilling required! "To use it, simply slip the string into the slot, position over or next to the fret, and tighten the screw." It's a piece of 1/4" square brass, 1/2" long, with one end rounded. There is a slot in the middle of the rounded end about 1/8" into the brass. There is a threaded hole just over the slot and a little thumb screw in the hole.
ReviewsHey, I just wanted to add my two-bits about the fifth string capo (little brass piece that screws on) that sits on the fifth string. I was skeptical about getting it, but after reading the comments from people that tried it, I decided to give it a shot. I'm glad I did. It works like a charm. Just clamp it on and go. It doesn't buzz or flop around (my primary concerns.) It just sits there and capoes the string like it is supposed to. Thanks!! Chris
"Concerning the little fifth string capos... I haven't lost one yet,,, came close once but it was in the resonator. This is a great product. I wish I'd found this product before I set spikes in my fingerboards". Mike Casey
I just wanted to let you know how pleased I am with the Reagan 5th String Capo I ordered. Not wanting to drill holes in my Maple Blossom, this capo really does the job, and very well too. Although I don't anticipate losing it, since it is pretty small, I plan on keeping a 2nd one on hand, just in case. Michael B>
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This Really Works!, 7.17.2015
Reviewer: Claire Wagner (Harbor City, CA)
I've used my Reagan capo since 2001.... It's accurate, handy, and the tone is just fine. I have never lost it, surprisingly, and I've gigged with it all over the place and jammed, etc. (I do keep an extra on hand though!)