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Harley Benton Bridge Pin Set Ivr Dot

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Bridge Pin Set

  • Tailpiece
  • For acoustic guitars
  • Pluggable
  • 5.03 mm width at the thickest point
  • Ivory with silver dot
  • Set of 6 pieces
Item number 213046
2,60 €
Including VAT; Excluding 20 € shipping
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Delivery approx. between Tuesday, 26.10. and Wednesday, 27.10.
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Good replacement
Sleeq 04.11.2017
i have an old Japanese dreadnought from 1978 that needed new bridge pins and i kept the originals and replaced them with these, they do the job properly its been months now and all seems to be sturdy and stable, highly recommended.
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Good Quality, Not For All Sizes
@Daviday87 31.01.2020
Bought them to fix a student's guitar. No problem there, fit perfectly.

I fell asleep in the sun with my Washburn Rover and a pin popped off flying away. Went home to replace it, and the fit isn't perfect but it holds after a while. That said, I still push that pin down every time I start playing just to make sure it's in nicely (otherwise I'm afraid it will slip out since it's slightly smaller...)
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Fits with HARLEY BENTON guitars
duke22355 29.08.2020
I have a HB-CLG 414CE. It is the exact bridge pin that comes with the guitar. I brought it in case my bridge pins break while changing strings.
However, it was not of much use because Thomann gives an extra bridge pin along with their guitars.
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Play acoustic in band?? Get these!
David Q. 9 29.07.2013
Wouldn't gig with my acoustic without these boyos! I swore i'd never get caught again...was gigging one night, went to tune down the guitar to open tune for a steve earle number and the 6th string broke! "Right, no panic...i've loads of 6th strings...like every acoustic player!!! Upon taking the string out, the pin was giving me a hard time...wouldn't budge, so got the plyers from the gear bag and started pulling lightly on the pin, while talking sh$%te with the crowd and here the bloody pin broke! no way of supporting the string, no way of finishing the gig...ended up sticking a match in it, nightmare trying to keep the string in tune, bought these the next day and will never leave the house again with my guitar without them...
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