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FS: Squier standard tuners

Discussion in 'For Sale: Accessories' started by millertx, Dec 19, 2012.

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  1. millertx

    millertx Supporting Member

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    One of the tuners on my Squier Deluxe Active Jazz V snapped off, so I went to the Fender site and got the part number and bought a replacement. Problem was I only needed the "G" string tuner but had to buy a complete set of 5 tuners, so now I have 4 tuners I don't need.

    These are the 4 tuners on the left side, so I figure this is now basically a full replacement set for the 4-string version of this bass. I was not able to verify, but I think some of the other Squier models use these same standard tuners.

    This set includes the four (4) tuners, the bushings and the mounting screws.

    $22 shipped to the CONUS.

    Thanks,
    Rich

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    Rich, if you can post a pic it would probably help a lot as it is kind of hit and miss as to which of the two style machines that most of the Squier models use ... there is what I call the 'flat bottom' which shows up most of the (China) CV's, and then the 'round bottom' used on MOST of the (Indo) Standards (which are now discontinued), Vintage Modifieds, and then you can also find similar on the MIM Standards, the Highway Series, AmSpecs and even some other models ... a pic and bushing/post diameter might also help ... that should broaden your market quite a bit ...
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    Thanks, I will try to get some pics and measurements up.

    Rich
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    I added some pictures in the initial post, will try to get some measurements up in the near future.
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    still available?
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    Yes, still available.
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