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I have 2 broken tuner buttons and I can't find out what brand of tuners are sold on a Jethro Burns signature model. I've shopped online and can't find a supplier.

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Here is a great supplier:http://www.stewmac.com/freeinfo.html If you don't see what you need at first, contact them as they are great people and very helpful.

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