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    Default 1920's Waverly A style Tuners

    "Bargain instruments are no bargains if you can't play them". These are the words of J. Garber.

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    I was thinking those would be a bit better than the sets on my two Gibson A ('12 and '13). Both have some play in them but are functioning well enough to play. This set looks like the buttons and gears are still snug. Hard to tell. I am watching them! Thanks Mike.

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    Default Re: 1920's Waverly A style Tuners

    They won’t fit a mid-teens “A” - wrong hole spacing. If the ones you have are that bad, think about the “Restoration Tuners” from StewMac. They will fit.

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