Good value product.
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Good value product.
I use a winder just when I change my strings, and this winder gets the job done, especially for the price. As it comes, it has a lot of friction when turning; however, adding a bit of lubricant (e.g. bike chain lube) to the joint where the shaft pivots makes it very smooth and pleasant to use.
New York, NY
You can't get any simpler than a string winder - it does one thing and it does it very well. I keep one of these in each of my guitar cases so that no matter where I'm at, I have one handy if I need to change a string on the fly. Sure, they make electric winders that are nice if you're doing a full string set change, and I keep one of those on my repair bench. But this little guy fits in my case and so my guitar never leaves home without it.
It does the job
does what it should for a few bucks its not perfect but does get the job done
Can't for the life of me figure why anyone would spend $10-$15 when these work fine. OK. I guess I'd like to have a rosewood string-winder with platinum inlays. While I'm saving up, I'll buy these.
I use the product to change strings on my electric and acoustic guitars. When i turn the knobs using this device i can wind strings faster around the post to save some time. When i was changing strings on an ibanez guitar i kept hitting the other tuner machine heads, which was a bit annoying but not much of a problem for me.
la mirada, CA
Not bad but it broke while taking off the 6th bridge pin..
A basic string winder, i got i red one which sucks because i wanted a blue one, but its only like 2 dollars so can't complain. it's just plastic. not so good for tightening the strings but it is really good to loosen them up.
|Other Features||Five assorted translucent colors; Purple, Yellow, Green, Red, Blue|
|Model||101 Gel String Winder|