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According to CCC this is an all time low.
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Bought it for the same price the last time it was on sale. Definitely worth it if you have multiple guitars.
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I bought one at $20 and regret it, and that was with a luthier shop. Batteries run out fast, and one direction runs out quicker than the other.
A nice hand crank winder was a better investment.
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I bought one at $20 and regret it, and that was with a luthier shop. Batteries run out fast, and one direction runs out quicker than the other.
A nice hand crank winder was a better investment.
one direction had a good run. they're better on their own tbh, but look for a reunion tour
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I highly recommend the Planet Waves string winder bit over this if you already have a drill.

https://www.musiciansfriend.com/a..._sQAvD_BwE
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Unless your a roadie tuning a gazillion guitars and basses or have some handy cap how much do you really need this. Then again I know the likelihood of me getting to a project at home between corded drill vs cordless drill is significant, then maybe I'm missing out. Might be inclined to change out my strings more, have clearer less muddy tone, and cleaner fingers?
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Purchased. I've got the manual string winder tool and I love that thing, but maybe I'll be more inclined to actually change the strings on all of my guitars regularly if I have this thing 🤷 ♂️
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Unless your a roadie tuning a gazillion guitars and basses or have some handy cap how much do you really need this. Then again I know the likelihood of me getting to a project at home between corded drill vs cordless drill is significant, then maybe I'm missing out. Might be inclined to change out my strings more, have clearer less muddy tone, and cleaner fingers?
A gigging guitarist is likely to replace their strings every 1 or 2 gigs. Auto string winders just make the process a little quicker and less of a hassle. Even though I no longer gig, I still find myself restringing one guitar or another every few of weeks.
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A gigging guitarist is likely to replace their strings every 1 or 2 gigs. Auto string winders just make the process a little quicker and less of a hassle. Even though I no longer gig, I still find myself restringing one guitar or another every few of weeks.
Don't start playing violin then. At $80+ for a set of decent strings (4 of them!), we really get spoiled as guitarists.
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Don't start playing violin then. At $80+ for a set of decent strings (4 of them!), we really get spoiled as guitarists.
What a useless comment.
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Don't start playing violin then. At $80+ for a set of decent strings (4 of them!), we really get spoiled as guitarists.
Well for one thing, violin strings typically don't corrode like nickel or bronze guitar strings do, so they last a lot longer. Nylon uke & guitar strings can last for years. Second, I don't know about "spoiled"... I'd go through at least one pack of D'Addario strings a week when I was gigging regularly. $5.50 a pack x 4 weeks in a month x 3 months = $66. Violin strings last 3-6 months per set.

Seems like Violinist are the spoiled ones because they don't have to replace cables and retube their amps every couple of years. Wink
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I highly recommend the Planet Waves string winder bit over this if you already have a drill.

https://www.musiciansfriend.com/a..._sQAvD_BwE
Combine that with a 4v Ryobi and you'd be portable and good to go. Nice 👍🏻
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How much guitar do you have to play to make this a wise investment?
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In for one even though I know it's one of those things I will stick in my drawer and never see again
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