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Fitting the Pegs

Peg Fitting
Professionally installed pegs (ebony, rosewood or boxwood) should move evenly, easily, and stay in tune.
Peg Fitting
To check if pegs move evenly and easily, gently put pegs into peg holes (do not push hard). If they are well fitted, the pegs cannot be jiggled and will turn smoothly.
Peg Fitting
Pegs need to be properly lubricated from time to time for proper movement. We use Hill Peg Compound.

Professionally Fitted Pegs

Peg Fitting
All pegs need to be professionally fitted.
For a perfect contact, the taper of the peg reamer and the taper of the peg shaper must match perfectly.
Peg Fitting
For a perfect contact, the taper of the peg reamer and the taper of the peg shaper must match perfectly.
Peg Fitting
To achieve a perfect fit, the bulk of the wood removed must be taken from the peg, not the peg box. A peg shaper is used to remove this wood.
At Southwest Strings, all pegs are professionally fitted for perfect contact.