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Locking tuners til Les Paul Custom


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You heard me :) Vil ha låsbare stemmeskruer på Customen min, og de må se ut sånn som de skal på en Custom. Hvor får jeg tak i dette? Fant ikke noe på stewmac.com ihvertfall...

Snubla over disse, de ser kanskje ganske korrekt ut?

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Gotoh Locking Tuners

Removing Old Strings

1. Pull string back from tuning gear.

2. Turn tuner clockwise until string automatically releases.

3. Cut string in half and pull out of body. *

* Do not release tension of all strings on X-bridge trem guitar. Bridge may snap back and damage finish!

Installing new strings

1. Pull string tight through bridge hole

2. Pull string through tuner hole leaving no slack in the string. (See fig.1)

3. Turn tuner counter-clockwise, tuner will automatically pinch and tighten string. (We recommend using a string winder)

4. Tighten to pitch.

5. Cut string ends as close as possible to tuner.

6. Stretch strings by holding string down at first fret and stretching the string with other hand. (See fig.2)

7. Tighten to pitch again.

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Stygge? Hvor ofte ser du på baksida av headstocken? :P

De der var heller ikke i LPC-look, forresten... :rolleyes:

Er jo såklart opp til deg hvordan du vil gitaren din skal se ut.

Og av interesse, hvordan er LPC-looken?

red: Fant det. Men synes fortsatt Kluson ser uendelig mye bedre ut..

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