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D'Addario Pro-Winder String Winder and Cutter, White
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|Back Material Type||Basswood|
|Number of Strings||6|
About this item
- The ergonomic and high-quality design of the D'Addario Accessories Pro-Winder makes string changes quicker and easier than ever before with its built-in clippers, bridge pin puller and peg winder all rolled into one tool.
- With the hardened steel clippers on the Pro-Winder string cutter you can cleanly cut through your old strings to remove them quicker and easier, and trim the excess off new strings after looping them through the tuning machines.
- Designed with acoustic guitarists in mind, the Pro-Winder has a built-in bridge pin puller. This makes removing stubborn pins simple without risking damage caused by pliers and other tools.
- Must have for every guitar case
- Available in black
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Available for Guitar and Bass
A Game Changer For String Changes
The Pro-Winder is designed to fit virtually all guitars, banjos, and mandolins. Ergonomically designed with durable hardened steel wire cutters, the Pro-Winder is the ultimate all-in-one restringing tool. Keep one in every case! Also available in a bass guitar version.
Nita Uses the D'Addario Pro-Winder
"The Pro-Winder is a life saver! Anytime you need to change strings you're always missing one tool or the other, the Pro-Winder puts it all in one place."
Unlike ordinary peg winders, the patented Pro-Winder is a high-quality peg winder with a built-in clipper, bridge pin puller and string stretcher. The Pro-Winder is designed to fit virtually all guitars, banjos, and mandolins. Ergonomically designed with durable hardened steel wire cutters, the Pro-Winder is the ultimate all-in-one restringing tool. Keep one in every case! Also available in a bass guitar version.
D'Addario is known for innovative, problem-solving, quality musical accessories offering a complete line of award-winning accessories including cables, picks, tuners, capos, straps, humidifiers, maintenance tools and more.
Reviewed in the United States on February 12, 2019
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I’ve had 2 free (or dirt cheap) string winders last me years and eventually break down.
Less than 10 bucks for the functionality alone is more than worth it if it lasts me a couple of years.
By Ahmad Shaheen on October 30, 2022
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The spinning part to wind or unwind the string came apart after first use. It's held in place with a srew that came off because it spins along with the winder. There are no lubrication inside it and no washer of any kind on the screw, so the plastic was wearing out. So I added a nylon washer so the metal part of the screw doesn't touch the plastic anymore and I put some lipstick balm as a lubricant where there is friction contact. Also put a drop of glue on the screw's tread that way after adjusting it, it and stays in place.
The rest of the tools is just OK not great but does the job.
This should have been done at the factory, very disapointing.
Reviewed in Italy 🇮🇹 on November 24, 2022