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    Default Re: Gibson A Oval Tuning Machines

    Russ, Thank you very much for the descriptive "tour" and photos. You did a great job and it adds to my faith that these will work well on at least one of my mandolins with this need. Best to you!
    2017 Collings MT (Gloss Top, Wide Nut)
    1999 Ratliff R-5
    1913 Gibson A Oval
    1912 Gibson A Oval

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    Default Re: Gibson A Oval Tuning Machines

    You're welcome, Life-Long!
    It's been a few days now and the tuners are indeed doing a better job of holding the strings to pitch. Well worth the expense and completely reversable should I ever desire to have a "pure" A1 again.
    One watch by night, one watch by day...if you get confused, just listen to the music play.

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    Default Re: Gibson A Oval Tuning Machines

    This is an important and necessary improvement for one of the best sounding and most dependable mandolins ever made! Thanks again, Russ!
    2017 Collings MT (Gloss Top, Wide Nut)
    1999 Ratliff R-5
    1913 Gibson A Oval
    1912 Gibson A Oval

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