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dcbaisden

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what brand of tunner do you use on your guitars?
Thanks dave

Mar 29, 07 | 6:01 am
davidmor

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Total Posts: 567
Gotoh and Grover. I would love to use Waverly tuners, but right now I can't justify the expense. Once my skills improve enough that my guitars are good enough to use them, I will bite the bullet and spend the cash on a set, but for now I like the prices of Gotoh and Grovers.

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Mar 29, 07 | 1:20 pm
dcbaisden

Total Topics: 25
Total Posts: 58
thanks David.
I changed out a set on my 1968 bowtie from the original Grovers to Gotoh.
There a little better than the grovers. Ill see after they have had as many miles on them as the grovers.
Thanks Dave

Mar 30, 07 | 12:46 pm
jhowell

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Total Posts: 676
I've been using Grover Stay-Tites and I like them. I have a set of Waverlies on a Martin slot-head and I love them. I'm just really not at the point in my building career to justify their price.

Mar 31, 07 | 7:08 am
Ken Cierp

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Total Posts: 2262
I like Gotohs, Schaller, Grover, and even some Ping --- great value and I think they are produced along with the Gotohs (here say) Interesting that some folks get all upset with their tuners when the real problem is a careless job of re-stringing. Denny Zager uses a system that works well. The key is to keep the windings very neat, not on top of one another and only a few are needed. It surprising how the apparent slippage is eliminated.

Ken

www.kennethmichaelguitars.com

Mar 31, 07 | 11:15 am



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