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Mandolin Tuner Knobs Ivoroid, for Schaller

Ivoroid, for Schaller

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Mandolin Tuner Knobs Ivoroid, for Waverly

Ivoroid, for Waverly

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Mandolin Tuner Knobs Ebony, for Waverly

Ebony, for Waverly

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Mandolin Tuner Knobs

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Replacement knobs for your Waverly or Schaller mandolin tuners. Polished ebony or ivoroid. 9/16"-diameter.

Knobs for Schaller attach with super glue to the mandolin tuner's 4.3mm round shaft.

Knobs for Waverly mandolin tuners attach with screws (not included) to a 2.9mm square shaft.

Sold individually.


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Mandolin Tuner Knobs

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I have a beautiful Ibanez 529 vintage mandolin and one of its tuner knobs was broken. I purchased one tuner knob replacement but its color didn¦t match the other knobs. The Ibanez has perloid tuner knobs whereas Stewart MacDonald only stocks ivoroid tuners knobs, so my purchase was not useful. It would be great to have these perloid tuner knobs available from Stewart MacDonald in the near future.

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Good buttons, easy to attach

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A customer brought in an older Newance mandolin(a low-end Japanese laminated instrument) in terrible shape. Had a bad bridge (easily enough fixed) but the tuners were really in bad shape. I thought about doing a wholesale replacement but the tuner holes used nonstandard spacing which ruled that out - the cost of the repair wouldn't support plugging the existing holes, refacing the peghead, redrilling, and mounting new machines. So I got these knobs, cleaned up the grotty green ends of the old tuner shafts, and set to work. I thought about using superglue to attach them but didn't trust the shaft metal - even after removal and wire-brushing, they didn't look that good. So I mixed up a tiny batch of thickened West System epoxy (colored to match the buttons) and used that to mount them. It worked like a charm - they mounted sturdily and solidly and tune well.

Yet another good thing from StewMac.

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StewMac PDF Catalog, page 94 See Mandolin Tuner Knobs
on page 94 of our StewMac Digital Catalog



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