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Mberg Ultra Light Titanium Fine Tuner for Violin/Viola
Mberg Ultra Light Titanium Fine Tuner for Violin/Viola

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Product Code: NVFT8120


Ultra-Light String Adjuster

Hi-End, ultra-light adjuster for violin E and viola A strings. Won't dampen the vibrations of the tailpiece like heavier fine tuners.

Note: This adjuster is designed for use on a single string (E for violin, A for viola). Some tailpieces are not wide enough to accommodate an MBerg tuner on all four strings at once.

Manufacturer's Description

The one of a kind spring joint combined with titan as its fascinating basic material offers a number of benefits:

  • Optimal sound transmission
  • Half the weight of conventional metal string adjusters thus lower damping effects
  • The spring joint is wear-free and free of play
  • Smoothly adjustable gold-plated adjusting screw with fine thread
  • The materials used, titan and gold, are biocompatible (antiallergenic)
  • Approx. 2.8 grams
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Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Good product March 26, 2018
Reviewer: Carlo A Malanima from Honolulu, HI United States  
This works great. I just wish the would offer fine tunersa for all the other 3 viola strings!

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Best fine tuner ever March 5, 2018
Reviewer: Uli Widmaier from ELMHURST, IL United States  
I've experimented with a lot of violin and viola equipment over the decades, always looking to optimize my instruments. This fine tuner is the best I've ever used. Most importantly, it adds substantial resonance not just to the E (violin) or A (viola) string, but to the entire instrument. The Hill (loop) tuner is far inferior in this regard. In addition, it's very precise and easy to adjust. Finally, it looks good.

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