Hello, community! I present to your attention a mini-guitar. Very compact, but nevertheless, very…

Hello, community!
I present to your attention a mini-guitar. Very compact, but nevertheless, very productive guitar.
Very small size -- as A4 sheet of paper. The working field is 195x195 mm. In a small kitchen of the place does not take at all, and for one cycle of cut we get 36 !!! big size -- 30x30 mm -- candies.
THREE quick-change frames - 15 mm, 22.5 mm and 30 mm (it is possible to produce frames with a different cutting step 37.5 - 45.0 - 60.0 - 75.0 - 90.0 mm) - is a huge space for candy variations. Made entirely of stainless steel. The strings are also made of very high-quality 0.5 mm SS wire.

@Choco_equipment - Where are these made? Where do they ship from?

Poland

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I am potentially interested. But I am in Canada, so I imagine the shipping would be pricey. What is your asking price? Where Can I buy extra strings? Also, how are the strings tightened? I used a guitar for a while where the strings were a terrible pain to replace and tighten. You can email me at christy[underscore]farion@hotmail.com (replace [underscore] with _).

@ChristysConfections - Welcome to the world of guitar cutters. Strings - even on expensive units - are a pain to replace. You can find replacement wire at dr.ca. @Choco_equipment - I am interested in knowing basic pricing (FOB your factory) in US$ plus DHL shipping costs to NYC. For reference. I also recommend a YouTube (or Vimeo) video tutorial on string replacement if you don't already have one.

Thanks, DiscoverChoc! I think I was surprised by how challenging the one guitar’s strings we’re to replace because I worked in a chocolate shop for several years that had a DeBuyer guitar cutter and replacing those strings was a cinch! The end of the string has metal, much like a bolt, fused to it so you just put it through a hole at the top of the frame added a nut and tightened it. None of the excruciating threading the wire through a hole and rotating the bolt around. It probably would have helped if I had seen a YouTube video though ;)

@ChristysConfections
Hi, Christy. I replied in the mail. Thank you for your interest.

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