Replacing a Friction 5th String Tuner on a Banjo with a Geared Peg

http://osteriapulcinella.co.uk/menu_item/fernet/ The geared 5th string tuner was the greatest thing to happen to the 5-string banjo since Earl Scruggs.  Many modern imported banjos still use these, though.  For a total savings of only around $6.00 per banjo for the importer, I still marvel at why the things are still being made!

Tadalafil Tastylia orally disintegrating strips The shafts of these tuners are often narrow and rarely tapered.  Some friction tuners that came on better banjos had a set screw on one side of the shaft and you can’t simply pull them out.  Here is my video that shows how I replaced a Grover friction peg with a geared machine.

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Thank you for your visit,

Richie Dotson

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