Rubner Classical Guitar Tuning Machines-with Anti-Friction Bearings upgrade
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- Solid Brass with Matte (brushed) Finish
- Weight of complete set 5.2 oz. ( 148 grams )
- Black rollers, 15:1 Turning Ratio / 35-70 Roller Spacing, Durable Black PVC Buttons
- Offer includes 3 inline left and right with matching screws
- Now with Moldflon Anti-Friction Bearing Upgrade! Rubner Hauser Classic matte Series
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New! With Moldflon Bearing Upgrade. The Elringklinger Anti-friction bearings add an incredibly smooth tuning experience. Manufactured in Markneukirchen Germany, Rubner Tuners are precision machines produced by a fifth generation company in the heartland region of Germany that is famous for various traditional music instruments. Rubner Classical Guitar tuners are unsurpassed when comparing precision and cost. A quality tuning machine without the Designer price. Please note: Also available with white or Ivory rollers. Just send us a note when you order if you prefer white or Ivory rollers!
Top Customer Reviews
the tuners, plugged two holes & drilled 4 new ones . NOTE; if U have to drill new mounting holes, be sure to measure the depth of the originals and mark your drill bit with masking tape so as not to drill to deep through the head stock and damage the instrument, do the drilling by hand as power drills are to difficult to control in this small area, I also had to enlarge the string spool holes which is easy if U have a round wood file , and check your work often so not to over do it. Ron P.
Rubner tuners are like the old Hausers. From what I see on Rubner's website, and my experience with high level after-market tuners, they are excellent tuners, and probably the best buy for the money.
However, please note that in the tuners shown here, the screw mounting holes are not centered between the rollers. This could have impact on installation regarding lining up with original screw holes. With my guitars, centered holes have enabled at least two original match ups, further enabling any new tuners to be mounted without additional holes initially, I can them try out the new tuners before completing the installation.
If you're not concerned about things like that, then you will be satisfied with these tuners.
Please also note that if the description does not specify the type of material used for the buttons, then they are plastic. That does not impact on the quality or performance of the tuner, it looks like they all have the same worm/gear configuration.