Keystone Tuner Knobs

Keystone Tuner Knobs

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Keystone Tuner Knobs Single-ring

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Keystone Tuner Knobs Double-ring

Double-ring

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Keystone Tuner Knobs

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Replace cracked and crumbling knobs on old tuning machines with these restoration single-ring and double-ring plastic knobs. Vintage color. Sold individually.

  Single-ring  Double-ring 
Length  13/16" (20.57mm)  1" (25.42mm) 
Width (max.)  11/16" (17.60mm)  23/32" (18.08mm) 
Shaft hole  7/64" x 9/64"
(2.77mm x 3.71mm) 
With rounded ends
7/64" x 9/64"
(2.77mm x 3.71mm) 
With rounded ends
Hole depth  25/64" (10.11mm) 1/2" (12.7mm)


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Trade Secrets!

Trade Secrets!

Replacing damaged tuner knobs

This week, Dan's got a 1957 Les Paul Junior in his shop. It hasn't been out of the case in 25 years, and the tuners are unusable. Here's how to put new knobs on old tuners.

Instructions

Product Instructions

Vintage Tuner Knobs

Instructions for installing replacement Vintage Tuner Knobs, including how to remove old tuner knobs.

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5.0

Perfect match!

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Matched the pearloid buttons on a '59 Flying V nearly exactly. It wasn't just a flat-greenish piece of plastic.

4.0

Greg Guitars stock these for vintage replacement repairs.

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Don't use these for the newer models. They are not the same. But for vintage 50's-60's Gibbys they give you a great jumping off point to work with. If you know anything about aging, you can get them to mimic pretty damned close. People tend to take things too literally in this humorless age of smartphones. These are for creative techs who have experience with these sorts of things and can creatively think outside the box.

5.0

Great replacement buttons

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Verified Buyer


Items were as described. Holes were the same shape as the shafts on my tuners, but slightly larger. A little hot glue made them snug!

4.0

Do the Job

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I bought these for my secondary guitar that I mostly just practice on and they fit perfectly, although they are a little smaller then what I had but they do the job.

4.0

Nice-Looking Knobs

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The problem here is that I did not look at the specs close enough and the knobs do not fit the tuner shafts I had. No problem though - I will keep them for some future job. But look closely at the tuners you are re-knobbing, and compare them with the specs provided for your replacement knobs first. (my embarrassment here!).

4.0

Fit perfect/ color is off

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Fit perfect. Color is a little off. More Cream than the greenish tint the ones on my epiphone have.

1.0

NOT, I REPEAT, NOT A CORRECT REPLACEMENT FOR A 2016 GIBSON 'SG' Special

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This part looked like the same as the original. BUT IS NOT EVEN CLOSE. AN inexpensive piece so I could not careless about not being able to use it, but it is still not the correct replacement part.I did some upgrades on my new 2016 'SG' Special and while I was putting chrome pickup covers on it, the solder tip hit one of the tuner knobs,melting a tip size portion of the the knob, and I wanted to replace it with this....when it arrived I sized it up to the knobs on the 2016 'SG' and they are NOT EVEN CLOSE.

 


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