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00:29The fifth string peg is the tuning device for the fifth string. On most modern instruments this is a geared tuner that is inserted into the side of the neck. the string post sticks up from the tuner housing. Older instruments used either a mechanical friction tuner that is made of metal with a button that matches the buttons on the other tuners or an actual violin style tuner that is all one piece. These are typically ivoroid, Ivory, wood or celluloid.
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