Very high quality, never used.
Possibly from an original Stella twelve.
All three complete with studs and anchors.
From the “The Brass Age”, the glorious 1970s-80s.
Terrific vintage tortoise-shell look and pattern and definitely not a nitrate.
Archtop tailpiece for electric or acoustic guitar.
All at least thirty years old.
For electric or acoustic guitar.
May have come from an American Harmony guitar.
All four for only $95.
As seen on many American-made guitars including 1970s-80s Guilds.
Standard 4/1 gear ratio.
Apparently never used.
Miscellaneous bowl back mandolin machines.
Most unusual and unusually fine.
Could be from a Stella.
Of mysterious origins and all extremely cool.
All nicely nicklel-plated.
New old stock, never on a guitar.
Two treble and one bass with Keystone-type buttons.
Nice and tight and smooth, appear to be barely ever used if at all.
These have the typical Martin gear spacing of 2-5/8”.
One of the very nicest, and very rarest sets of 19th-century Martin tuning machines.
These have got to be 50-100 years old and never used.
But wait, there’s more!
Play around with bridges, restore old instruments, get parts for whatever projects you’re currently doing.
All genuine bone buttons, lovely floral pattern on backplates.
This set is unmolested and in fine working order.
This is an eminently restorable set.
If you’ve got a 19th-century Martin with its original tuners missing these might be just the set for you.
An absolutely beautiful, mid-19th century complete set of tuners for a slotted-peghead guitar.
A most beautiful and clean set of Seidel tuning machines.
Six original ivory buttons.
From a top-grade American 1910s-30s guitar.
Four bass side, two treble side.
Comes with biscuit and uncut bridge.
Complete bridge, including aluminum base with threaded posts and height-adjustment wheels.
All mounting screws included.
A beautiful set of plates with unique bone buttons.
Used on Gibson RB-100, RB-150, RB-170, RB-175.
Beautiful condition, ultra-clear lettering, plating 100% intact.
A set of two.
Tailpiece from an Elite model.
Rewound for us by Lindy Fralin.
Six of them. Complete, never used, and in perfect, mint condition.
Original set of Kluson Deluxe tuners as used on 1950s-60s Fender Mustangs, Musicmasters, etc.
Seven Strat bridge covers of varying depths.
Untouched, in packaging.
Six-on-a-side, complete will all bushings and screws.
Complete set, with six bushings.
These are a very rare find.
Gold-plated complete set with all original gold-plated mounting screws.
Perfect and unused.
Never used, nice and clean, beautiful original Gibson chrome plating.
Never used, nice and clean, beautiful original Gibson gold plating.
Never used, nice and clean, all in nickel.
Original from Gibson back then, never used and totally clean and perfect.
Original, never used, fresh.
This is an original, straight-from Gibson, rosewood bridge for a J-45 or J-50 ADJ guitar.
Never used, mint perfect condition.
Restore your 1960s Gibson to its original glory.
Made for the Johnny Smith pickup.
Pre-war Brazilian rosewod bridge with saddle.
Complete Pearloid-covered fingerboard from a 1930s Gibson LC “Century of Progress" guitar.
Never used, perfect condition.
The real deal, not Asian copies.
Made for Gibson's famous “Mark Series” models such as "Mark-72" etc.
Original mother-of-pearl block with MASTERTONE hand-engraved.
Saddles notched for 12-string guitar.
Chamfered pin holes along the straight side.
Non-chamfered pin holes along the straight side.
Still sealed and blister-packed.
Original UC 452 B.
Polished Gibson bone saddle still in it.
Four Gretsch pickguards and fifteen Gretsch pickup surrounds.
Possibly as old as the 1930s.
As used on literally hundreds of Martin guitars of that era.
Used on literally hundreds of Martin guitars of that era.
Grover, gold-plated, removable worm shafts that are threaded at both ends; 7/32” dia. posts.
Three perfectly and smoothly working tuners plus threaded bushing and washer from another.
Components of 1950s-60s American-made Grover Imperial tuning machines.
Rare variant of Grover tuner.
Perfect for either 5-string or 4-string banjo of any kind.
An almost-complete set, with the cap on one of the treble-side tuners missing.
Full-size six-on-a-side set, clipped.
Complete with all mounting hardware.
American made, 6-on-a-side.
100% tight and functioning perfectly.
Seen on many Martin guitars of the 1930s and some of Gibson’s very top-flight instruments of the period.
With original installation screws.
Two treble side and one bass side.
For Super 400s, L-5s, all Gibson top-line archtops.
Indispensable for a restoration job.
The very earliest examples of these I have seen.
One with regular post, one with Fender-type slotted post-tip for easy re-stringing.
Complete your mis-matched set.
Two treble and two bass.
One bass, two treble.
Most unusual, seem to hardly ever have been used.
Possibly even from the 1940s.
A complete Kluson “no-line” set from the 1950s.
Buttons are beautifully and professionally replaced.
Both treble side.
Machine screws in the center of the gears rather than the gears being peened onto the posts.
Quite early for an intact Kluson set.
All six turn exceptionally evenly and smoothly.
May have come from a 1940s Gibson, possibly an extremely early Southern Jumbo or J-45.
Two treble and two bass side.
All bass side.
Unused, never notched.
Smaller-sized and lighter-weight sealed tuners.
Extremely rare to find off a guitar.
The kind found in so many 1960s-70s-80s resonator guitars.
For a National tenor guitar or mandolin.
Correct for just about every Duolian, Triolian, and tons of others.
A very special, slightly taller resonator cone.
With perfect “blues patina”.
Never-used biscuits with uncut maple saddles and correct attachment screws.
National logo stamped twice.
"NAT’L RESO GTRS / -------- INC. ------ / USA 93401"
With the National shield logo and "RESO-PHONIC" stamps.
National biscuits for their mandolins and tenor guitars, complete with mounting screws.
Most unusual and quite humorous in our book.
A never-used 10-1/2” diameter resonator cone with biscuit and uncut saddle.
Bring your original Dobro guitar back to life with this rare NOS part.
Set of three 6" cones for National and Dobro Tri-Cone instruments.
Works quite well.
Two bass side and one treble side.
With special tips that lock the strings in for super-easy string changing.
Gold plated, complete with all original gold-plated Schaller mounting screws.
Nickel-plated complete set with all original nickel-plated Schaller mounting screws.
Marked ORIGINAL horizontally and GIBSON vertically on their covers.
All solid, all tight, all clean; one treble side and two bass side.
A rare set.
Appear to be unused and never on a guitar.
Complete set with all gold-plated bushings, washers and mounting screws.
Lighter-weight answer to many tuning problems.
Made in Germany.
Extra-fine 18/1 gear ratio.
USA made for Mustangs and DuoSonics.
Two bass side, two treble side, one with ebony button intact.
Early Waverly side-mount turning machine set.
As used on Martin D12-20 guitars and many others.
100% complete, with all original brass gears & blued gear screws with nice clean slots.
All six original gear screws present with clean slots.
A beautiful, fancier Waverly tuning machine plate.
All six original bushings are included.
From a 1932 National Style 0 guitar.
As used on many Gretsch and other top American-made guitars in the 1960s.
For guitar with slotted peghead.
They seem to be unused.
Unadorned American-made set.
Waverly 3-on-a-side set.
Solid brass nickel-plated buttons and posts and brass gears with blued center screws.
Usable for either side-mount slotted pegheads or standard solid pegheads.
Tight and freshly oiled.
Perfect 7/32” diameter post.
Two different types, all working.
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