Waverly Anniversary Collection in White

Waverly Anniversary Collection in White

Waverly Anniversary Collection in White
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Waverly Anniversary Collection in White

Item # 10478
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$166.19

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Waverly Anniversary Collection in White - Gold Set
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Waverly Anniversary Collection in White - Gold Set

Item # 10479
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$195.57

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Waverly Anniversary Collection in White

About This Item

For 100 years, Waverly Tuning Machines have represented the pinnacle in design, function and style. To celebrate our centennial, we've created our very special Anniversary Collections.

Precisely machined and highly polished—never molded
Our white tuner knobs, bridge pins, end pins and strap buttons are crafted fromĀ Galalith, a dense and durable material used in vintage jewelry. Because they are individually machined, there are none of the mold lines or distortion common to cheap plastic parts. They work perfectly and are the finest you can buy.

Waverly Anniversary Collection includes:

Tuning Machines: The choice of renowned guitarmakers for their finest instruments. Waverlys feature old-style tapered string posts and press-fit brass hex bushings. Stainless steel worm gears with 16:1 gear ratio. Screws included with this set of 6 for 3+3 solid pegheads. Also Sold Separately

Bridge Pins: Set of 6 slotted pins, precision-machined to a 5-degree taper. Also Sold Separately

Endpin: Precision-machined to a 5-degree taper. Also Sold Separately

Strap Button: A beautiful addition to your neck heel, ours have a unique countersunk brass bushing to protect the button against overtightening. Also Sold Separately


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I bought a set to put on my 1950 Epiphone acoustic archtop even though it originally used Grovers. I like them so much I bought another set for my Martin CEO-7. Unfortunately the turners went on sale a few days later.
thanks John