These string adjusters (except the Bogaro & Clemente) are
made in Germany by Wittner.
Fine tuners are usually used on the one or two highest tuned
string of an instrument, though may be used on all four strings.
Their purpose is to perform small adjustments in tuning (with
more precision than the pegs can normally tune). If adjusters
are desired on all 4 strings, we recommend using a tailpiece with
built in tuners, as they are lighter, and sound better (4 metal
adjusters can be like a mute due to their weight). Tailpieces
with fine tuners built in can be found on this page.
Steel and steel core strings tend to be more difficult to tune
than gut or synthetic core strings, thus fine tuners generally
have better effect on these types of strings.
Fine Tuners for Violin, Viola, and Cello
All prices per piece.
fine tuner (for small violins - mounts on string)
Item #14-901 $2.25
Nickel, designed for loop and ball end strings
Item #14-902 $2.50
Fix Model (4/4, 3/4)
Nickel, 2 prong, for ball and loop end.
Item #14-903N $2.95
Black, 2 prong, for ball and loop end.
Item #14-903 $2.95
Item #24-903 $3.40
Item #34-903 $11.70
Fix Model, Gilt screws
Gilt screws, 2 prong, for ball and loop end.
Item #14-904 $3.90
Item #24-904 $4.50
Item #34-904 $12.60
Browned, for loop end strings only.
Item #14-905 $4.95
Browned with gilt screws, for loop end strings.
Item #14-906 $5.85
E-String Protector (shown)
For English type #905 and #906 fine tuners. Holds to loop by friction.
Helps prevent string breakage at loop. 8 pieces.