Two treble side and one bass side.
The very earliest examples of these I have seen.
One with regular post, one with Fender-type slotted post-tip for easy re-stringing.
Complete your mis-matched set.
Two treble and two bass.
One bass, two treble.
Most unusual, seem to hardly ever have been used.
Possibly even from the 1940s.
A complete Kluson “no-line” set from the 1950s.
Perfect for that cool 1940s-50s-60s American guitar.
Post tips split a la Fender.
Buttons are beautifully and professionally replaced.
Both treble side.
Quite early for an intact Kluson set.
Machine screws in the center of the gears rather than the gears being peened onto the posts.
All six turn exceptionally evenly and smoothly.
May have come from a 1940s Gibson, possibly an extremely early Southern Jumbo or J-45.
Two treble and two bass side.
All bass side.
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