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Lcid

 

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Der Jung Tuners/ Zebulon Turrentine 

I replaced the standard tuners on my Yamaha with some Der Jung that I purchased from Zebulon Turrentine. He also offers an install kit that I purchases and it was excellent.
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Schieper

 

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RE: Der Jung Tuners/ Zebulon Turrentine (in reply to Lcid

verry nice... well done
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etta

 

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RE: Der Jung Tuners/ Zebulon Turrentine (in reply to Lcid

Several months ago I visited Zeb's shop and had him install the same set of Der Jung tuners on a flamenco guitar. They are inexpensive, smooth, of fine quality, and seem to be as functional as any tuners I have used. It was a pleasure to visit Zeb's shop and see the quality of his guitar work.
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RE: Der Jung Tuners/ Zebulon Turrentine (in reply to Lcid

They certainly look nice for the price. I noticed something I've never seen before, which is the installation kit. Interestingly, it includes a dowel to plug the holes. Are these tuners made with a non-standard hole spacing, i.e., something other than 35mm? The web site did not say what the roller spacing is.
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Lcid

 

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RE: Der Jung Tuners/ Zebulon Turrentine (in reply to TomBeltran

Can’t remember the exact spacing but not all the holes from the Yamaha tuners lined up.
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Rubino

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RE: Der Jung Tuners/ Zebulon Turrentine (in reply to Lcid

I upgraded the tuning machines on an inexpensive and old Yamaha classical with the same ones from Der Jung.

A friend hopped into my car and, upon seeing just the headstock sticking out from under a blanket in the back seat, asked me "Why are you transporting this expensive guitar without a case?!"

This person works for a guitar company and owns custom classical guitars. The Yamaha was one of those $120 models that didn't have the logo on the headstock.

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