Mighty Mite Acoustic Guitar Bridge Pins

Mighty Mite Acoustic Guitar Bridge Pins

Cream with Black dot

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Mighty Mite Acoustic Guitar Bridge Pins

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CLOSEOUT! Stock up on guitar tuners, hardware, and more!
We raided Mighty Mite's warehouse to bring you these sweet deals.

Cream plastic bridge pins with black dot.

Set of 6.

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5.0

Super

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These were just what I needed for the old gal.

5.0

Just like Martin plastic pins but MUCH cheaper

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No-frills plastic pins. Work as expected. I use bone or Tusq pins on better guitars but these are fine for budget instruments...easier to replace all 6 than to try to match up the dot size on the pins in my junk drawer.

5.0

Nothin' New!

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Great Product, Great Price, Great Co., nothin' new! Gb bg

5.0

Mighty Mite Acoustic Guitar Bridge Pins

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Great products as always!

5.0

great price, better quality

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definitely not top shelf but, exceeds the price tag in quality.

5.0

The Price is Right!!!

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I bought these Bridge Pins with no specific guitar in mind other than the fact that the Closeout Sale Price was the perfect price where you cannot go wrong. I am sure that sooner or later these bridge pins will find a home.

5.0

Saved my '77 F-340S!

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The original bridge pins on my old "lawsuit" Takamine were crumbling. Modern pins don't match the taper of these old guitars.

I'm so happy to be able to play this guitar again!

5.0

Great price

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I picked up a 1960 Old Krafmans acoustic guitar. It was a little project guitar and I used them to replace the mix matched pins

5.0

Cheap and effective

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I bought these to replace some old and mangled plastic bridge pins on a 40-year old Japanese HD28 clone. They work just great, and are priced commensurate with the instrument they are on.

5.0

Caught a closeout, bought a lot. Shared the love.

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This was a great deal for the number of pins that I needed. An old 1970's red label, Yamaha twelve string was brought back to life. A 1970's Cortez (Guild copy) is happy again. Found a 1970 Harmony H180 at a yardsale for 5 bucks that was unplayable due to a cocked neck. My first neck fix. The action is now comparable to my Martin 000-15 and the pins rounded out the job. Lastly, I gave a set to my daughter for her blue Dean acoustic. I still have some to spare for when needed. I am so glad that Stew Mac is here. This many pins would have killed me at the big box stores.

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