Definitions

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  • noun music The part of a stringed instrument, at the end of the neck, that holds the pegs or mechanical tuners used to control string tension.

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Examples

  • The instrument has become an icon; a replica of its highly identifiable peghead stands almost three stories tall above the Opry Mills shopping center in Nashville to boast the location of Gibson's retail store and mandolin shop.

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  • For a cohesive look, the same red hue is found along the guitar's body, fretboard, and peghead.

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  • The first three F-5Ls had a "Gibson Prototype" stamp on the back of the peghead.

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  • In keeping with proper practices of F-style mandolin neck preparation, the F-5 necks had a peghead scroll strengthener embedded into the scroll area to add strength to the scroll and prevent breakage.

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  • The fretboard and peghead feature a red "energy wheel" inlay design provided by Tankian himself.

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  • Abe worked with the three mandolin builders inside the plant - Wilbur Fuller, Aaron Cowles, and Dick Doan (Dick is the luthier who was assigned to rebuild Monroe's broken peghead in 1980) to ensure they accurately followed our specs.

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  • His signature also graces the back of each peghead, and each instrument is accompanied by a special certificate of authenticity.

    Mandolin Cafe News

  • I also have to use a riser board on the table and remove the fence rail so the peghead doesn't hit the table while making the cuts.

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  • His signature also graces the back of each peghead, and each instrument is accompanied by a special certificate of authenticity.

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  • It's got beautiful wood, a sweet tone and a unique wheat inlay on the peghead that signifies it's a Walnut Valley festival prize.

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    November 15, 2007