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Asked On: 11/10/2017
Hi Carla, thanks for your question. The Tertis Viola comes with a Hill Model 1 Prong String Adjuster on the A String but you will want to use the Long Lever 2 Prong Tuner for any strings with ball ends. You can buy 3 or 4 long lever tuners, depending if you want to keep the tuner that is currently on your viola. Hope this helps!
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Asked On: 02/09/2017
Hi Caroline! Choosing fine tuners is ultimately about personal preference. Some people prefer different type of tuners based on size, tension, functionality, etc. In your case, if you would like to keep your instrument's setup similar, I would suggest choosing a fine tuner the is relatively the same size and will maintain a similar string length. If you have any additional questions, please also feel free to contact us at 1-800-248-7427.
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Asked On: 01/04/2017
Hello Mary. We have what you need (Item 1244B), I'm sorry they weren't tagged for violas, but I have fixed that. They are all black, as opposed to having a gold screw. Thank you for asking and bringing this to our attention!
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Asked On: 06/27/2016
Hi Emery! This two-prong viola fine tuner that you're inquiring about works best when it is installed on a viola. It is not recommended that you install this particular product onto a violin. If you are looking for this item, but you would like to use it on a 4/4 violin, we would recommend that you purchase this item here: http://www.sharmusic.com/Accessories/SHAR-Workshop/Long-Lever-2-Prong-Violin-String-Adjuster-Gold-Plated-4-4-Size.axd#sthash.UEkpkZJQ.dpbs. It's essentially the same thing, but it is made especially for a 4/4 size violin. Hope that helps!
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