Today, Lawman Guitars is Presenting...

Its shop cleaning time again...We have a ton of vintage guitar parts that are starting to pile up...

What we have here is a pile of used vintage 1950's and 1060's Guitar tuners. What you see is what you get. Its a huge pile and some are working, and some are not. Some need tuner buttons, and some are only good for the tuner buttons. Some don't have any tuner buttons. But all are vintage and all will be handy to have in the shop when you need a post or button or even match up a missing tuner set side...

These are considered nonfunctioning so returns or asking to separate out one you need. They are are sold as a huge lot or pile... thanks...

Sold as is as they are used and vintage. Thanks for respecting that.

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Thanks a lot! Lawman Mike at Lawman Guitars

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Listed5 months ago
ConditionNon Functioning (Used)
Non-functioning items do not work as they should. All known issues should be described in the listing description.Learn more
  • Huge Pile of Vintage RARE 1960's Harmony Silvertone Kluson 3x3 and 6 on a plate Guitar Tuners Luthier Parts
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West Des Moines, IA, United States
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