classical guitar tuner 1960's 31.75mm spacing

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classical guitar tuner 1960's 31.75mm spacing

Postby Alan K. Levy » Thu May 03, 2018 3:45 pm

I am searching for a replacement classical guitar machine tuner. 31.75mm spacing between pegs. 3/8 diameter peg. gear ratio aprox 12/1 or better. There are 12 teeth on the gear. The guitar is a Yamaha classical 1960's nylon guitar. g to e side, or replace both sides. Thanks. Alan Levy Gentsglary@aol.com
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Re: classical guitar tuner 1960's 31.75mm spacing

Postby Clay Schaeffer » Sun May 06, 2018 8:12 pm

Three ways you could go:
1. buy individual tuners (Shertler, Schaller or "cheapies" off ebay.)

2. plug and redrill the two outer holes to the standard 35mm (1 3/8th in.) used by most manufacturers

3. Keep looking for the 31.75 mm (1 1/4 in.) spaced tuners.

A forth way is to try to repair what you have. Sometimes you can buy a cheap set of tuners and swap the parts onto the original base plates
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