- tail + pin (Wiktionary)
“In original condition most of the old Italian violins would not give further trouble, but some later or middle period ones, instead of the small piece of ebony or other hard substance slightly inserted or laid half way through the table, have an ebony nut going quite through and down in a triangular form nearly to the tailpin.”
“I just saw a 1965 F-12 on ebay ( "1965 Gibson F-12 Mandolin - F5 F-5 Scroll - PRICE DROP") - not mine, though the missing tailpin had me going - which inspired this action.”
“I had two Barcus-Berry Hot Dots implanted in the feet of the bridge, covered with a veneer, the wires running into the f-holes and out through a 1 / 4 "tailpin endjack.”
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