Bestselling Guitar String Winders in 2020
Acoustic Electric Guitar String Winder Multi-Color Guitar Peg String Winder Pin Remover Pack of 5
- Standard Plastic Guitar String Winder
- Light and Portable and easy to use
- Can loosen and tighten strings by unwinding and winding at the tuning pegs
- Can also pull out the bridge pins with the notch
- Suitable for most acoustic and electric guitars
Music Nomad MN221 GRIP String Peg Winder, Rubber Lined and Dual Bearing
- Innovative dual bearing construction for effortless, silent and super fast winding
- Safe, scratch-free, clank-free, rubber-lined design
- Fits and grips virtually all tuning pegs
- Ergonomic, non-slip comfort grip
- Narrow profile winder design keeps it from hitting other pegs
Kenley Pro Guitar Care Tool Kit - String Winder, String Cutter, Truss Rod Wrench Set, Action Measuring Ruler, Bridge Pins Puller - Musician Setup Starter Tools Accessories for Acoustic Electric & Bass
- Set up, change strings, set intonation, adjust action, measure height and depth, and more
- Suitable for acoustic, electric and bass guitars as well as banjo or ukulele
- Includes 4-in-1 screwdriver, Allen keys, string changing tool, cutters and other tools
- Each tool in its own space in a stylish case with extra pockets for picks and strings
- Compact musician's maintenance toolkit, ideal gift for beginners or pros
Ernie Ball Powerpeg, Battery Powered Peg Winder
- Takes the hassle out of changing strings. AA batteries required (best with Polaroid AA batteries)
- Up to 70 % faster than a manual winder
- Engineered peg head fits virtually all tuning machines
- Works on all electric, bass, and acoustic instruments
- Forward and reverse capabilities up to 200 rpm
Guitar String Winder, String Peg Winder, Strings Cutter, Strings Extractor (Black)
- Musicians daily use instruments Maintenance Tool; Extractor tool, instruments string maintenance tools, good choice as a gift
- 3 in 1 guitar winder and cutter: Ergonomically designed for efficient and comfortable use, used for String Winder, String Cutter and Bridge Pin Puller;
- Perfect accurate action measurements for string instruments for guitar, electric guitars;
- Portable and easy to use; Helping musicians changing strings at home and more importantly on stage, much faster and easier.
- ATTENTION: Suitable for the size of string tuning key from 0.69" to 0.93"
Dunlop 114SI Deluxe Guitar Stringwinder
- Dunlop's Roadpro String winder makes replacing strings quick and easy.
Ernie Ball Power Peg Pro, Battery Powered Peg Winder
- 80% faster than stringing by hand
- Comes with rechargeable battery and power adapter
- Fits 100% of all tuning keys
ammoon Flanger FX-02 3-in-1 Multifunctional Restringing Tool Motorized String Winder Strings Cutter Bridge Pin Remover with USB Charge Cable for Banjo Guitar Bass Mandolin Ukelele
- 3-in-1 instrument restringing tool: string winder + string cutter + bridge pin remover.
- Motorized string winder and reliable string cutter, easy operation, saving time and effort.
- The unique shape of the puller works easily and pleasantly without any guitar bridge damage.
- Built-in rechargeable li-ion battery, charging via the included USB cable.
- Compact and lightweight design, convenient to store and carry around.
TOOGOO(R) Acoustic Electric Guitar String Winder Peg Bridge Pin Tool Plastic Black
- It is ideal for Guitar
- Also has a simple but extremely useful little slot in it. The bridge pin remover!
- No more wrecking you guitar or hands with pliers, knives or screwdrivers.
- Just pops the pin out with the minimum of effort
- Speeds up changing strings
Guitar String Winder and Cutter with Bridge Pin Puller 3 in 1 Guitar Maintenance Tool
Meisel MCT-7L Clip on Chromatic Guitar Tuner
An easy to use, accurate guitar tuner that works reading the vibrations rather than by listening too the sounds of the individual strings.
That sounds like a rhetorical question - and, of course, is. The answer is this Meisel MCT-7L Clip On Chromatic tuner. I first saw one being used by a colleague I was performing with - and didn't think much about it - though I noticed how easily and quickly he moved it from instrument to instrument and how quickly and clearly he was able to adjust his tuning on guitar, banjo and mandolin. More recently, I noticed that the luthiers I visit with locally all seem to favor and use this tuner - so, I thought, I must be missing something. After a few conversations, I sprung for the $40+ and got myself one. For me, this represents a "C" (major paradigm) shift/change in the way tuners work. Unlike the KORG and other similar tuners, this device does not work by 'listening' via a small built-in microphone to the sound the string makes when you strike/pick it. Rather, it senses the vibrations on the body of the instrument caused by the sound - reads that instead - and gives an immediate and clear reading of the tone - including the customary LCD meter to indicated degrees of sharpness and flatness. It clips on to the end of the headpiece and the screen can be adjusted, on a pivoting base, to aim itself right at your eyes. Remarkable! Before using this tuner, I had not realized how inconvenient - by contrast- the other 'sound-based' tuners are.
For example, when I want to use the KORG, I have to find the right place top put it down in relation to the strings and sound hole of my instrument(s.) Also, I have discovered that the readings vary depending upon the exactness of that positioning and the way in which I strike the string. This Meisel seems to eliminate those variables. It simply gets clipped on, turned on, and read. I have had occasion to move it quickly between a six string, a twelve and a banjo - it reads each perfectly. It is quite small and light (1.8"W X1.8"D X 2.2"H and weighs in with battery at a mere 1.2 oz. - a lot easier to carry around than a piano!.)It offers a full tuning range: 12 notes from A2 to B7 and manual calibration is available - but I have not found it necessary to use it. The set calibration is the "A" type from 430 to 449 Hz in 1Hz steps. Also, has a "Quadra Flat" tuning feature that allows for easy tuning without removing the capo - should you happen to be using one. Perhaps most importantly, it is unaffected (or at least seems to be) by ambient noise - a great improvement over the other type of tuners - and responds ONLY to the specific vibrations of your instrument. I may find something wrong with this, but I haven't yet. And, maybe I am a latecomer to finding it! In any event, I am delighted to have it and pleased to be able to recommend it to you all.