Luthier Parts & Tools
HipshotHipshot is a manufacturer of guitar and bass hardware, from bridges to tuning machines and more.
Tuner - Hipshot, Open Gear Classic, Nickel (Individual)
Upgrade your guitar with the sleek, precision built Classic Guitar Tuning Machines from Hipshot. With it's open gear design and sleek look, the Hipshot Classic Open Guitar Tuning machine is simultaneously vintage and modern. Smooth 18:1 gear ratio. Sold individually.
Starting at $7.59
Tuner - Hipshot, Enclosed Gear Classic, Nickel
Hipshot's New Classic Closed (enclosed gear) Guitar Tuners posses the precision, craftsmanship and technology you have come to expect from Hipshot Products.
- 16:1 gear ratio for finer tuning
- Schaller M6L Mini footprint.
- The option for staggered post configuration means you can increase your headstock's break angle, remove buzz at the nut and ditch your pesky string tree!
Tuner Upgrade Kit - Hipshot, Vintage, 6 in a line
Package of 6Finding the right aftermarket tuners that match up with your guitar's mounting hole pattern can be a guessing game and if your new tuners don't match, you're stuck drilling new holes, filling the old holes and screwing in the new tuners. That's why Hipshot made the UMP™ (Universal Mount Plate). The UMP™ is a patent pending adapter plate that fits between your Hipshot tuners and the headstock of your guitar. Tabs on the face of the plate prevent the tuners from slipping against the headstock. At the same time, reach nuts inserted through the existing headstock holes into the tuners keep the whole assembly securely in place.
Tuner - Hipshot, GT1 Xtender, Grover-style, chrome
Take your music to a new low with the GT1 Grover® Xtender. With the flip of a lever, your low E string can go down to D, C or even B (depending on your string gauge). Retrofits guitars equipped with Grover® Rotomatic tuning machines
Tuner - Hipshot, GT2 Xtender, Schaller-style, chrome
Retrofits guitars equipped with Schaller® M6 Mini tuning machines. Take your music to a new low with the closed gear Xtender. With the flip of a lever, your low E string can go down to D, C or even B (depending on your string gauge).