Wittner tailpieces are made in Germany, of either a light alloy
metal or space-age composite material.
Thomastik tailpieces are made in Austria.
Wittner Tailpieces, with four fine tuners
Wittner Ultra Tailpiece Space-age composite material. With tail gut
Violin - Item #15-301
Violin, 5 string - Item #15-301V
Viola - Item #25-301
Cello - Item #35-301
Wittner Ultra Tailpiece, gold plated screws Space-age composite material. With tail gut
Violin - Item #15-301G
Wittner Ultra Tailpiece, Rosewood look Space-age composite material. With tail gut
Violin - Item #15-301R
Viola - Item #25-301R
Cello - Item #35-301R
Wittner Original Metal Tailpiece Light weight metal alloy. With tail gut
Violin - Item #15-302
Viola - Item #25-302
Cello - Item #35-302
Wittner Multi-System Tailpiece Space-age composite material. Featuring adjustable tailgut length while violin is strung.
Violin - Item #15-301MS
Wittner Ultra Bass Tailpiece Space-age composite material. Without fine tuners.
Bass without tailwire - Item #45-303.1
Bass with stainless tailwire - Item #45-303+.1
Wittner Tailpiece Replacement Screws
Violin - Item #15-300S
Viola - Item #25-300S
Cello - Item #35-300S
ULSA Violin & Cello Tailpieces with Fine Tuners - NEW!
Quality wooden fine-tune tailpieces, made in Germany. These Ulsa tailpieces come with
four built-in non-removable adjusters, aluminum levers for long life. Loading and
unloading strings is easy. Tail nylon included.
These Ulsa violin tailpieces measure 109mm in length and cello tailpieces measure 230mm in length.
ULSA Tailpiece, French Model, Ebony
Item #15-338E $85.00
Item #35-338E $175.00
ULSA Tailpiece, French Model, Boxwood
Item #15-338B $95.00
ULSA Tailpiece, French Model, Rosewood
Item #15-338R $85.00
Item #35-338R $175.00
ULSA Tailpiece, Hill Model, Ebony
Item #15-339E $95.00
Item #35-339E $189.00
ULSA Tailpiece, Hill Model, Boxwood
Item #15-339B $105.00
ULSA Tailpiece, Hill Model, Rosewood
Item #15-339R $95.00
Item #35-339R $189.00
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