KlusonThe original KlusonÂ® Manufacturing Company was founded in 1925 and expanded from a small machine shop by building its reputation as the music industryâ€™s premier supplier of tuning machines, tailpieces, brackets, bushings, and other stringed instrument parts during the golden age of guitar manufacturing from the 1940s through the 1960s. That history continues today.
Tuners - Kluson, 6 in line, Traditional with oval knobThis Kluson® 6-in-line tuning machine set has oval metal (butter bean-shaped) buttons and the improved 15:1 gear ratio for more stable and accurate tuning. The housing and button style are period correct for 1965 - 1969 production dates. These feature the Kluson® Safety Post. This set comes complete with 6 bass side tuners, 8.8mm O.D. vintage bushings with 1/4 inch inner diameter and mounting screws needed for installation.
Package of 6
Starting at $52.50
Tuner - Kluson Supreme, Oval knob, 6 in line, Nickel
Package of 6The new Kluson® Supreme series tuners have an 18:1 gear ratio in the traditional stamped steel housing. Designed for use on headstocks using vintage style press fit bushings. Mounting screws and bushings included.
- 6-in-line orientation
- Metal,oval button
- Safety post
- Precise 18:1 gear ratio
Tuners - Kluson, 6 in line, Contemporary Diecast, Nickel
Package of 66-in-a-line. New Kluson® 19:1 ratio die-cast tuning machine set for contemporary guitars. These state of the art diecast tuners are designed for usage on contemporary guitars and utilize the same mounting hole common to Grover 305 series medium tuners as well as the common Gotoh tuner with the mounting screw located offset at approximately 7 O'clock or 5 O'clock depending on left or right handed application. Uses the common modern 25/64 in. (10mm) peghole with a hex head type screw-in bushing and single mounting screw. All mounting hardware is included.
Tuners - Kluson, 6 in line, Oval Metal Knob, Chrome
Package of 6The Kluson Contemporary Series 19:1 ratio locking tuning machine uses the more desireable rear knob locking system and is designed for usage on contemporary guitars. This design requires an individual mounting hole location offset at approximately 7 O'clock or 4 O'clock depending on left or right handed application (bass or treble side). Uses the common modern 25/64 in. (10mm) peghole with a hex head type screw-in bushing and single mounting screw. This is a 6 in line set of tuning machines for right handed instruments (non-reverse headstocks) with all mounting hardware included