Harley Benton Parts Roller String Tree Chrom

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String retainer with rollers

  • Material: Chrome
available since August 2014
Item number 338217
sales unit 1 piece(s)
£1.66
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They're good, but there are better.
Levi C. 12.06.2019
These are generic roller string trees that you can find on many different websites at a similar price. They're great if that's what you're looking for, but I realized that they don't fit Strat style guitars very well, both in aesthetics (debatable) and in function. I bought a Harley Benton Strat here (ST-90SA Swamp Ash DLX) and these to go along with it but if you look at the stock trees of the Harley Benton ST guitars you'll realize that these are too tall for both the left side (D & G strings) and especially the right (B & E strings) since that original tree sits much lower.

The quality is not great either which is to be expected at this price point. I ordered two and one came in broken at the wheel part, which is fine bc I decided to keep the original trees and just slightly sand the insides of them for smoother action.

Overall I will give these a positive rating because they are great if you know exactly what you're looking for, which in this case is basic roller trees.
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Spinning trees
Christopher6076 20.03.2018
If you own a Harley Benton guitar based on a Fender shape or any other clone for that matter then get a pair of these, you will not regret it. Tuning stability is very much improved simply by allowing the string to glide forwards and backwards freely as you bend. Seconds to fit, they save a lot of angst!
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Looking after your guitars
The Shadows Tom 08.03.2022
Well worth the extra care for your strings
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Good if quality controlled!
Arthur6472 15.11.2014
I gave this low stars because one of the two items ordered was defective - the transverse roller rod was over long by about 2mm making it unuseable. For me, though, this quality control oversight was fortuitous: it led to the discovery that most of the name headstocks only have one string tree. None of the guitars in the Fender brochure that came with my previous Stratocaster had more than one string tree.
As rollers are intended to reduce friction for a floating tremolo, it makes sense to dispense with a string tree on D - G strings. And so far so good!
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