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    What's this part?

    Names and descriptions of common parts you'll find on a pedal steel

    Changer (push-pull)

    Steel guitar manufacturers basically have stopped manufacturing the Push-Pull changer mechanism (a few builders still make this mechanism). Push-pull guitars were noted for their tone. The push-pull mechanism handled relatively simple setups well.

    More complicated, modern copedants and universal tunings, requiring triple-raise and/or triple-lower, showed the older, push-pull mechanisms to be inadequate and/or hard to implement and maintain.

    Click on the examples below to see an animation of the push-pull changer in action.

    Here's a basic parts diagram for a typical push-pull changer mechanism:

    Push-pull changer parts
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