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Ernie Ball PowerPeg Battery Powered String Winder

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The Ernie Ball PowerPeg winds your guitar or bass strings up to 70% faster than conventional manual winders. The easily portable PowerPeg string wind...Click To Read More About This Product

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String up your guitar or bass in no time.

The Ernie Ball PowerPeg winds your guitar or bass strings up to 70% faster than conventional manual winders. The easily portable PowerPeg string winder is perfect for home, stage, the jam room, or anywhere you need a complete string change. The compact battery-powered Ernie Ball PowerPeg winder is one of the most useful accessories for guitarists and bassists. The PowerPeg string winder's universal head attachment fits all tuning peg head types including bass, acoustic and electric guitar and other stringed instruments. A custom locking on-off trigger prevents accidental or unintentional operation.

Easy-access battery compartment
On/off switch
Forward and reverse lever
Sleek, durable housing

Save time stringing your guitar or bass—order today!

Uses four AA batteries (not included)
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Avoid this thing at all costs!


from Avondale, Arizona

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Comments about Ernie Ball PowerPeg Battery Powered String Winder:

Guitarists, DO NOT BUY THIS PIECE OF JUNK! I bought one today, and took it back within an hour. Poor quality electrical contacts make it work intermittently. In other words, when you pull the trigger, it might come on, or it might not. The quality is so cheap to begin with. You feel more like you are holding a kid's toy in your hand instead of a serious tool that a professional musician or technician would use. Ernie Ball owes us an apology on this one! By the way, if yours does work, GO SLOW when putting on a string. If you tension it up too fast, and the string goes ka-pop, then it is your fault, not that of the device. You would be better off getting a string crank that can be adapted to an electric drill. Be careful though. Operator error can happen with that also. Avoid this thing at all costs!

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