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Makes changing strings a breeze.

The Planet Waves Auto-Trim Tuning Machines automatically cut off excess string while you tune up your guitar. An individual string clamp holds the string tightly in the tuner, so there's no need for multiple wraps around the tuning post. A precision 18:1 gear ratio provides smooth, exact tuning, while virtually eliminating backlash and slippage.

The rugged, die-cast outer casing houses precision 18:1 bevel and worm gears, a string clamp, and a hardened-steel wire cutter. Restringing has never been easier: simply insert the string, tighten the clamp, and tune up. The Auto-Trim Tuning Machine does the rest.

FEATURES
  • Automatically cuts off excess string while tuning
  • Individual string clamp holds the string tightly in the tuner eliminating multiple wraps around tuning post
  • Precision 18:1 gear ratio for smooth, exact tuning
  • No backlash or slippage
  • Rugged, die-cast outer casing
  • 18:1 bevel and worm gears
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D'Addario Planet WavesAuto-Trim Tuning Machines/3 Per Side
 
4.5

(based on 88 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (13)

  • 3 Stars

     

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  • 2 Stars

     

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    (7)

94%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good quality (30)
  • Easy to use (28)
  • Functional (28)
  • Improves sound (10)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Concerts (5)
  • Practicing (5)
  • Back-up (4)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Experienced (22), Professional musician (9), Novice (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

No substitute for good engineering

I can't think of any reason why anyone would want anything less on their beloved instrument. The string clamps make re-stringing easy and swift, the built-in trimmer works flawlessly, and the 18:1...Read complete review

I can't think of any reason why anyone would want anything less on their beloved instrument. The string clamps make re-stringing easy and swift, the built-in trimmer works flawlessly, and the 18:1 gear ratios make tuning effortless and accurate. What else could you possibly ask forr? Especially for the price, there's no reason not to switch these in for the stock tuners. You will not be disappointed.
Well-designed and functional, delivers on all of its claims, accurate tuning is a snap.
Installation is easy, but I've seen reviews where the original holes in the headstock were too small and had to be expanded. I would recommend a round file to expand the holes if necessary, don't drill them out. Work from both sides of the hole inwards to avoid chipping the wood or the finish on the headstock.

The good news is that if you are replacing Grovers, the holes should be large enough to do a somple swap. You will need the small screws from your old tuners to use with the new ones, and BE CAREFUL when tightening them as the heads may come off quite easily. I had no problem with this, but I've been doing this sort of thing for a long time. If you run into problems, don't be shy about taking it to an experienced tech.

Overall, the quality is excellent, and I expect years of flawless function. So far there is no issue with the finish (I got the gold ones), and as long as you avoid using pliers, there should be no future issues.
I have come to expect great things from Ned Steinberger, and I have never been disappointed. For less than the cost of other tuners, you can have something that is truly extraordinary in function. The tuners trim the ends of the string effortlessly, and accurate tuning is very easy due to 18:1 gear ratios. I replaced gold Grovers, and haven't looked back. Anyone want the Grovers?

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They Don't Lock

They would be great if they worked. However, they won't lock the high E or B string. I user Ernie Ball - .014 and .011. I am putting the strings on correctly,...Read complete review

They would be great if they worked. However, they won't lock the high E or B string. I user Ernie Ball - .014 and .011. I am putting the strings on correctly, I've checked a bunch of times. No matter how hard I try to turn the locking screw, when I go to tune, the string just slips out. The shaft of the locking screw needs to be just a little longer. And because the string gets cut as part of the tuning, the string is ruined. And because of the way the holes are setup for the cutter, you can't just wind those strings the normal way. I had to remove them just to be able to string the guitar again, and I ruined two sets of strings in the process. I will be returning mine, I do not recommend these!

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(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

No substitute for good engineering

By Rauncho79

from Colorado

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Comments about D'Addario Planet Waves Auto-Trim Tuning Machines/3 Per Side:

I can't think of any reason why anyone would want anything less on their beloved instrument. The string clamps make re-stringing easy and swift, the built-in trimmer works flawlessly, and the 18:1 gear ratios make tuning effortless and accurate. What else could you possibly ask forr? Especially for the price, there's no reason not to switch these in for the stock tuners. You will not be disappointed.
Well-designed and functional, delivers on all of its claims, accurate tuning is a snap.
Installation is easy, but I've seen reviews where the original holes in the headstock were too small and had to be expanded. I would recommend a round file to expand the holes if necessary, don't drill them out. Work from both sides of the hole inwards to avoid chipping the wood or the finish on the headstock.

The good news is that if you are replacing Grovers, the holes should be large enough to do a somple swap. You will need the small screws from your old tuners to use with the new ones, and BE CAREFUL when tightening them as the heads may come off quite easily. I had no problem with this, but I've been doing this sort of thing for a long time. If you run into problems, don't be shy about taking it to an experienced tech.

Overall, the quality is excellent, and I expect years of flawless function. So far there is no issue with the finish (I got the gold ones), and as long as you avoid using pliers, there should be no future issues.
I have come to expect great things from Ned Steinberger, and I have never been disappointed. For less than the cost of other tuners, you can have something that is truly extraordinary in function. The tuners trim the ends of the string effortlessly, and accurate tuning is very easy due to 18:1 gear ratios. I replaced gold Grovers, and haven't looked back. Anyone want the Grovers?

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

So far... So good.

By Gregory1960

from Matawan, New Jersey

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  • Easy To Use
  • Functional
  • Good Quality

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      Comments about D'Addario Planet Waves Auto-Trim Tuning Machines/3 Per Side:

      First of all, I don't usually like writing reviews. Second, I am a Singer/Songwriter with many years of guitar playing under my belt. I installed these tuning machines on a 30 year old Alvarez acoustic guitar. The holes were too small for the tuning machines so I had to bore them out to fit. The thickness of the Headstock was a shy thicker than the threads on the tuning machines so I had to first tighten them down without the washer and then add the washer later and retighten it. I heard from a prior review that the high "E" string would never cut off but the tuning machines I installed work fine on all of the strings. PAY CAREFUL ATTENTION TO THIS NEXT COMMENT: When you tighten the screw underneath to hold the string in place, MAKE SURE IT IS VERY TIGHT. Otherwise the string will not hold and when you tighten the string it will pull out and you will have wasted a string. I made that mistake on one string (the "A" string). After that mistake, on my part, the tuning machines worked fine. Tuning is a breeze. Setting up the guitar strings is a breeze. I love the tuners and the fact that I don't have to cut off the string ends or curl up the ends. I assume that when I take them off, that will be easier as well but that will be a while away. I do recommend these tuning machines.

      (2 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

       
      1.0

      Avoid

      By Greg

      from New Jersey

      About Me Novice

      Pros

      • Easy To Use

      Cons

      • Not Functional
      • Poor Quality

      Best Uses

      • Practicing

      Comments about D'Addario Planet Waves Auto-Trim Tuning Machines/3 Per Side:

      I have these tuners in my limited edition Jackson DKA7. While the top 6 work just fine, the high e does not work at all. Every time I try to tune the string, it stops to a whole step below where it's supposed to be. When I start to tune it higher, it drops 5 semitones down to where the high b string is tuned. I have contacted customer service and they have sent me a new tuner for it, as well as the thumbscrew and there has been no success. The customer service side is great, the quality of the product is awful. Personally, I would stear cleer of these tuners and just get some old fashioned sperzel or gotoh without all of the extra stuff.

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Good Pegs

      By Manny-.E6m_

      from Cape Cod, Ma

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      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Functional
      • Good Quality

      Cons

      • Black Finish Shaft

      Best Uses

        Comments about D'Addario Planet Waves Auto-Trim Tuning Machines/3 Per Side:

        These are great pegs- easy to install, and easy to use. I just ordered 4 more sets, to install on several no name as well as high quality acoustics and electrics I own. I also have a few guitars with locking Sperzels, and I like them alot, too. The quality of both brands is excellent. The Sperzels have a slightly more comfortable finger locking nut, but I find the knobs to be a little small,(especially for a Les Paul), and I have only seen them in a satin finish. The PW tuners are gloss finish, but they have black shafts, and this might be a turn off for some. While both brands work smoothly, I find the PW's to be a little more comfortably shaped and sized, and the cut-off feature works very nicely. I used the Sperzels on two no name Pauls, mostly because they had the correct shape. But, as I said, the knobs are smaller, and both the gold and chrome finish only come in satin, as far as I know. I have not had to redrill anything so far, and both brands appear to have the same diameter shaft. Also, in spite of the finishes and shaft colors. both brands look very nice on every guitar I have used them on. The price of the PW tuners, plus the comfy feel, and cut off feature make me lean towards them as my first choice, but neither brand will dissapoint.

        (2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Trial and error and success!

        By Richard Ott

        from who wants to know?

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        Comments about D'Addario Planet Waves Auto-Trim Tuning Machines/3 Per Side:

        The problems I had with these were due to my own ignorance. If you read my review you will know why. Just to summerize breifly; After a period of trial and error and evetual great success, These are the ones you want. Qulity craftmanship at its finest, good solid product, well thought out.
        I read a few bad reviews on these but decided to go for it anyway, and bought the "New Gold" ones. I was prompted to buy them in spite of the reviews because of the 18 to 1 gear ratio and the price. I have been playing for 40 years and have never had a good set of tuners on a guitar yet except for my Les Paul Custom. So the promise of an easier re-stringing and a quality tuner, seemed worth it to me at this price, to, "take a chance and buy them".

        The day they arrived I was really surprised by the weight of them. The box they came in was heavy. The box was even engineered to hold everything in its proper place and not rattle around and cause damage. The tuners themselves are very sturdy feeling, solid. You can tell at a glance that these are a well thought out and engineered product. That engineering is not a put off, but, it caused me to be a little skeptical. Judging by my experiences with such things, a product can be ruined sometimes by OVER engineering and that can be a bad thing. So I was slightly effected by the first glance, and harbored a little anxiety in aticipation of the first re-string, and also by doing the guitar tech install myself.

        I had previously bought the Takamine Jasmine S34C on sale. Because of the good reviews of it being a project guitar with a good sound. It was a cost effective way of owning a good sounding acoustic for a change. The tuners on the Jasmine were not of good quality though and the G tuner completely stripped its gears within a month of owning the guitar so this project quickly became necessary, and happened a little sooner than I anticipated.

        I had to drill out the head stock to fit the tuner posts in. I had hoped to just pop them in and screwed them down but that was not the case. I found the advice about putting a 2x4 under the headstock while drilling it out to prevent damage to the guitar, VERY HELPFUL. Thank You, whoever you are, That was great advice! I only had 1 small splinter on the back of the headstock which was eventually covered by the body of the tuner and. I can imagine much more damage would have occured had I not followed this advice. So, I clamped the 2x4 onto the back of the head stock and I used a 12 volt black and decker drill gun to do the drilling starting from the top. I don't reacall what size bit I used but, I was VERY careful not to go to big, and eventuall did have to go up one size. This is NOT a hard project to do, and is well worth the effort.

        The only confusing thing I found was to decide which side of the headstock does the washer go on, the top or on the back? I put mine on top and that is where they will stay. I did not like the look at first but, it has grown on me and after checking out other guitars with after market tuners installed, I discovered that is where they belong. So I guessed right, but guidance in advance on that matter would have been helpful. It brought the project to a abrupt halt until I got pissed, copped an attitude, and before taking time to check it out, I said, "screw it, this is what I am going to do". Luckily I guessed right. Looking back now that only makes sense. Because the nut has to tighten down onto something, preferably it should be the washer and not the wood of the headstock, and if you put them on the back the tuner body would potentially rock on the washer and cause problems, SOoo, just make note it, if you buy these and install them yourself, "washer on top". (I don't know why I let these things bother me, it was really stupid).

        After these tuners were installed, it was time to re-string. Being short on money due to buying these tuners, I had bought a cheap new set of strings from Target a few days earlier anticipating the easy string install. Finally, after 40 years of re-stringing guitars the old way, I was getting excited about an easy string install. I did not realize the hole through the post is at an angle to facilitate the trimming of the strings when you start turning the tuner. One end of the hole going through the post is actually lower than the other and it pushes the string up against the cutter wall at the base of the post. I quickly discovered this when the low E string would, just not go through the hole. Because the hole is at an angle the lower end slips behind the cutter wall, you have to line up the lower end of the hole so it is not butted up against the trimming cutter. That whole discovery took two seconds but, it was kind of a heart stopping moment for me, because this was obviously an engineed product which I typically don't like and I envisioned the bad reviews and cursed my lack of paying attention to them, until I found out my mistake.

        Back to the task at hand, After insuring a clear path for the string to go through, I put all the new strings straight into the holes of the tuners, all the way across, and tightend the tuner thumb screw down onto the strings. It was time to tune this baby up! So I set to task, I started gingerly coaxing each string in sucsession starting at the low E. Although intimidating at first, The trimmer really works well! It went very smoothly it just feels a little "tight" I was really liking the 18 to 1 gear ratio.
        The A string, same story.
        The D string, same story.
        The G string? SNAP!
        My new set of strings was ruined and there was not enough left to try again, Just like the reviewer talked about! Why did I not listen! Why is it always the the dam G string?!?!?
        I had the old set of strings I had just taken off, and because I always used a twice wrapped method of one loop over and one loop under, pinching the string as goes towards the nut, to lock the string in place as you tune it up, again because of that method, my old G string had enough length to allow me to put the old one in place. I put it straight through, tightened the thumb screw much tighter this time and, held my breath, and,...SNAP!!
        I am an unhappy camper at this point.
        Having spent all my money on this project and buying new strings previously, this left me with very little money to buy another set of strings. BUT, that is what I did. I scrounged up a five bucks in change and bought a very cheap set from Target for less than four bucks. I replaced the G string and continued on.
        This time the G string held up.
        B string, no problem.
        Top E string No problem.
        I am feeling a little disappointed at this particular time. Having to run out an buy a new set of strings in the middle of a re-string, kind of bursts your bubble.

        I played the guitar like this, with mismatched, cheap, strings, for about a month until, I had to play a gig for a party. Time to re-string. This time I bought a nice set of Martin extra lights.

        Having learned something from this adventure, and not wanting to ruin my nice set of strings and because I had the gig to play, I now wound one or two loops going up the post insuring the string does not overlap itself or mistakenly getting pinched by the trimmer wall. It is quicker now to change strings even though I am using the loop. So the tuners do make life a little easier. Trial and error and success! The new strings sound great! Small price to pay having to loop the string as you tune up and for the first time since buying these tuners, I went straight across the neck E string to E string with out breaking a single string. I don't think the tuners will ever do that again with the 1 or 2 loop method, and if it does break you will have enough string left to, "try again"

        I was a little disappointed. I wanted these to be the, end all, of my 40 years of re-stringing pain in the butt, and looping strings around the post, But, having said that, these tuners do allow me to re-string quite a bit quicker. Just make sure you are looping "up" the post and not down, I can imagine that mistake leading to an unwanted accidental cut string.

        The Tuners real pay-off's here are the 18 to 1 gear ratio, they stay in tune, the quality and sturdiness of the engineered design, and they look nice. Because of these tuners this, "cheapest of my guitars" hangs on my wall next to, and outclasses, the others. There is just something about that gold look. I will say this, I was not sure about these tuners because of the black posts and thumb screws on the back. The black posts actually pop a little bit matching the fret board, pick gaurd, and saddle, and the thumb screws are on the back, so you never really see them. The black posts are that color because, this is the material that was chosen to be able to cut the string and cause no damage to the tuner. So the color, "is what it is" and its not a bad thing.

        I would recommend these. I am now considering putting them on my Electric, and if they fit, I would buy two sets and put them on my 12 string.

        Rarely does a well engineered Good looking product at a good price come around like this. Buy them.

        Again this project was;
        Trial and error and success! And because good things rarely come in an instant pay-off without a little effort, the downers of this review don't really have an impact on the outcome of my rating.
        I had to work for it, but the pay off was worth the effort. Great Tuners!
        Very well enigineered product don't be afraid of it, in a word, sturdy. Lots of thought went into the design and what materials to use. I am really liking them now.
        Good Price for a quality product of this caliber. These deals don't come around much anymore, buy them.

        (2 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

         
        1.0

        Don't buy these, its not worth it.

        By HumanBeing

        from Richmond, Virginia

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        Comments about D'Addario Planet Waves Auto-Trim Tuning Machines/3 Per Side:

        I bought these and from the start the tuner meant for the high e string would not work. Then after, a few months the tuner for the B string would not work. This wouldn't be so bad if these tuners didn't happen to ruin the strings they were used in conjunction with. So, yeah, these are obviously some very poor quality tuners that will temporarily knock your guitar out of commission. Unless of course you return them, which is what I'm doing.

        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        INCREDIBLE MACHINE HEADS

        By David Shireman

        from Middletown, PA

        Comments about D'Addario Planet Waves Auto-Trim Tuning Machines/3 Per Side:

        I was a little worried about the knobs being made of plastic, but I have had them on my main guitar for about a year now and so far they are Flawless.. I change strings maybe every other week (sometimes more) so they get used pretty hard.Tunes perfectly, turns and cuts the string smoothly EVERY time, and my favorite feature is the 18:1 gear ratio... You can't beat that!I'm getting ready to fit All my other guitars with these. Great value! I recommend these to everyone!

        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        So Easy! Timesaver!

        By Stringblade

        from Atlanta

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        Comments about D'Addario Planet Waves Auto-Trim Tuning Machines/3 Per Side:

        These are really good. I have them on my Gibson Les Paul, and am very glad I do. It has saved me time every week changing my strings. The auto trim just makes it so clean. The tuner function itself is 18:1 and very smooth, and solid. It is easy to get it perfectly tuned and it stays there.

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Well worth it!

        By Returning Guitarist

        from Philippines

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        • Easy To Use
        • Functional
        • Good Quality
        • Improves Sound

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          Best Uses

          • Backup
          • Concerts
          • Practicing

          Comments about D'Addario Planet Waves Auto-Trim Tuning Machines/3 Per Side:

          Got these tuning pegs and installed them to replace stock tuning pegs that wouldn't keep in tune.

          Installation was a breeze and I didn't waste a string over the locking and trimming mechanism. Headstock now looks really neat. Tuning the strings was pure pleasure using these pegs.

          Most importantly, the guitar stayed in tune overnight when I checked it this morning - something that never happened with stock tuning pegs.

          I've also noted an improvement in sound.

          This is money well-spent.

          (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          I want this product for all my instruments!

          By Wayne the resoman

          from Spartanburg SC

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              Comments about D'Addario Planet Waves Auto-Trim Tuning Machines/3 Per Side:

              I put these auto trims on my dobro & they are great! I think everyone should have them.

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