#31 of 154 of these Artist Signature Edition Steve Earle models made.
Cean as a whistle, and it plays beautifully.
In near-mint, virtually unplayed condition,
Restore your 1960s Gibson to its original glory.
One with regular post, one with Fender-type slotted post-tip for easy re-stringing.
Unadorned American-made set.
Possibly even from the 1940s.
For guitar with slotted peghead.
Used on literally hundreds of Martin guitars of that era.
Rare variant of Grover tuner.
Seen on many Martin guitars of the 1930s and some of Gibson’s very top-flight instruments of the period.
100% tight and functioning perfectly.
Perfect for either 5-string or 4-string banjo of any kind.
Very high quality, never used.
A set of two.
Complete set, with six bushings.
Two-piece ash body, one-piece mahogany neck.
Built for Dick Boak.
Solid Brazilian rosewood bridge and fingerboard.
Standard 4/1 gear ratio.
More than sixty years old and in great condition.
AAA-grade Indian rosewood and superb Sitka spruce that were hand-selected for me at the Martin factory.
Components of 1950s-60s American-made Grover Imperial tuning machines.
Structurally 100% tight, beautiful tone and LOUD.
Full-size six-on-a-side set, clipped.
Original UC 452 B.
Complete bridge, including aluminum base with threaded posts and height-adjustment wheels.
A rare set.
Extra-fine 18/1 gear ratio.
Complete with all mounting hardware.
An almost-complete set, with the cap on one of the treble-side tuners missing.
Two bass side, two treble side, one with ebony button intact.
Two different types, all working.
Two bass side and one treble side.
Made in Germany.
Lighter-weight answer to many tuning problems.
Appear to be unused and never on a guitar.
American made, 6-on-a-side.
Nickel-plated complete set with all original nickel-plated Schaller mounting screws.
Gold-plated complete set with all original gold-plated mounting screws.
Smaller-sized and lighter-weight sealed tuners.
Seven Strat bridge covers of varying depths.
Complete set with all gold-plated bushings, washers and mounting screws.
With special tips that lock the strings in for super-easy string changing.
A very special, prototype steel guitar/tube amp-set.
New old stock, never on a guitar.
For electric or acoustic guitar.
A beautiful, fancier Waverly tuning machine plate.
Early Waverly side-mount turning machine set.
Gold plated, complete with all original gold-plated Schaller mounting screws.
Possibly as old as the 1930s.
Rewound for us by Lindy Fralin.
Archtop tailpiece for electric or acoustic guitar.
All genuine bone buttons, lovely floral pattern on backplates.
Used by John Sebastian as a main instrument performing for many years.
As seen on many American-made guitars including 1970s-80s Guilds.
Most unusual and unusually fine.
Nice and tight and smooth, appear to be barely ever used if at all.
Most unusual and quite humorous in our book.
From a 1932 National Style 0 guitar.
Perfect 7/32” diameter post.
May have come from a 1940s Gibson, possibly an extremely early Southern Jumbo or J-45.
A complete Kluson “no-line” set from the 1950s.
All mounting screws included.
Extremely rare to find off a guitar.
All six original bushings are included.
Grover, gold-plated, removable worm shafts that are threaded at both ends; 7/32” dia. posts.
Usable for either side-mount slotted pegheads or standard solid pegheads.
Tight and freshly oiled.
Play around with bridges, restore old instruments, get parts for whatever projects you’re currently doing.
Two treble and one bass with Keystone-type buttons.
Six-on-a-side, complete will all bushings and screws.
Waverly 3-on-a-side set.
Solid brass nickel-plated buttons and posts and brass gears with blued center screws.
All six turn exceptionally evenly and smoothly.
Complete your mis-matched set.
Miscellaneous bowl back mandolin machines.
Machine screws in the center of the gears rather than the gears being peened onto the posts.
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