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Steinberger Headless String Adapter
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goldorock goldorock

«  very good product »

Published on 12/04/13 at 17:09
1 day!
yes, I bought the Steinberger model, but a key was not enough
it takes 2
and even 3: Why? the high E can not be tight like other
So, for me, this tool has been unusable

so I bought this yellow product of another brand (ebay usa for: Serious store)

In fact, must say that it is like locking tuners
rope max tends, on emissions and hop on grants
it holds good for now

advantage to strings other than Steinberger and D'Addario or labella (blah) or double ghs balls
2 advantage: no more choice
3 advantage: you can also put elixir and that is good or any other strings sheathed (sustainable) if you want

disadvantage must be very small and precise cutters to cut the ends of strings that exceed and are for cutting the cover and fingers
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