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Tuning machines for cello ?


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International Violin Company sold them at one time, but I don't recall if they had individual plates.

If possible, go for geared pegs. Wittner are easy, and I feel safer, to install. I have no experience of the Knilling.

[gentle mocking] Perhaps you have a luthier locally who could help you?

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5 hours ago, Rothwein said:

International Violin Company sold them at one time, but I don't recall if they had individual plates.

If possible, go for geared pegs. Wittner are easy, and I feel safer, to install. I have no experience of the Knilling.

[gentle mocking] Perhaps you have a luthier locally who could help you?

Geared pegs are not an option. It seems I'll have to mod guitar machines, should that be possible.

Thank you, anyway !

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Rubner are a great company. I have experience only with their guitar tuners, but they are very good quality at a reasonable price.

For some reason I was sure that they (or a sister company) also made gun parts, but I can't find any evidence about that anymore so I was probably mistaken.

 

 

 

 

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