Small German tamarind wood guitar mechanics tuner wings / knobs / buttons
Normal priceselling price€24,90
basic price/ Per
Due to the small business status according to § 19 UStG, the value added tax is not shown.
Plus Shipping costs (calculated at checkout). Delivery time Germany: 2-4 days. Delivery time international: 3-8 days
Shipping weight: 10 grams per button
✔ 60 days Mon(k)ey Back*: 60 days money back
✔ Indian tamarind wood (Tamarindus indica)
✔ Up to 20% weight saving (compared to our metal buttons)
✔ Noble look (all sets are color matched!)
✔ Pleasant feel
✔ Including quality card: Quality check of each individual button before shipping
Before ordering, please check the dimensions of the buttons using our technical drawing to ensure that they fit exactly.
Our buttons are made of wood, a natural product, so the color and grain of the buttons may differ from the photos.
Our wooden mechanics buttons are characterized by their elegant look and pleasant feel. Compared to our metal buttons, you also save up to 20% weight with our wooden buttons, which is a great advantage for top-heavy guitars.
We offer our buttons with 3 different insert versions in order to offer a custom-fit attachment for many different mechanics from other manufacturers. You can find the exact dimensions in our technical drawing and the selection of the right insert version for the different manufacturers can be found in the upper drop-down menu.
Here you can find more technical details about our wooden buttons.
Basically, all of our wood comes from India and without exception from certified cultivation. The woods are grown in plantations and monitored and approved by the Indian State Forest Service.
What many people don't know is that there are several hundred types of ebony and rosewood all over the world. Unfortunately, many of the world's ebony and rosewood species, especially African ones, have been considered endangered for many years.
That's why we use tamarind wood (Tamarindus indica), also known as Indian dates, instead of the endangered Indian rosewood (Dalbergia latifolia). The second type of wood that we use is East Indian ebony (Diospyros melanoxylon), which is also not considered endangered.
Here you can find out more about the woods we use.