Tuning Machines

P-GKLU-SD90SLX Tuners - Kluson, 3 per side, with pearloid keystone
Package of 6
Colors Available:
Kluson Pearloid Button Tuners, 3 Per Side, Pearl. Complete set with both bass and treble side individual tuning machines. Includes bushings and mounting screws. Historically correct replacement for many '50s and '60s Gibson®, Martin® and Epiphone® guitars. Used on a Les Paul / SG Standard Historically used on:
  • 1958 - 1959 Gibson® Flying V
  • 1958 - 1959 Gibson® ES-345
  • 1956 - 1959 Gibson® ES-295
  • 1956 - 1959 Gibson® J-200
  • 1956 - 1959 Gibson® ES-350
  • 1956 - 1959 ES-5
  • 1957 Gibson Explorer Prototype Futura
  • 1959 Epiphone Crestwood Deluxe
Starting at $47.95
P-GGT-2-X Tuners - Gotoh, Vintage Keystone-style, 3-per-side
Package of 6
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Machine heads without a sealed gear are criticized for not having the same smooth performance, efficiency and durability that sealed gear tuners have. The SD series solves these problems by combining "Rock-solid" technology and the post collar or: "Self-Center Guide", found on enclosed gears in the base plate of the gear allowing the post to perfectly align itself with the bushing which attaches the gear to the headstock. The SD series uses a torque balancer to ensure steady rotation of the tuner button giving high quality sound performance as well as great functionality. Through its use of the ideal materials selected for each component part you also obtain a far superior sound. Mounting hardware included.
Starting at $31.40
P-GRV-135X Tuners - Grover, Vintage, 3 per side
Package of 6
Colors Available:
Grover Vintage Tuners. 'Gibson Deluxe' Style. 3-Per-Side. Package of 6. 'Grover Deluxe' on tuners. 14:1 gear ratio This vintage machine uses a die-cast, two-piece housing for additional strength and precision. The unique bearing surface in the housing provides a rigid string post enhancing the alignment of the gear and worm. The 14:1 gear ratio provides for fine tuning.
Starting at $49.95
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