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  1. #17


    Join Date: Sep 2008
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocka_Rollas View Post
    Kinda says it all it's probably a USED guitar?
    What he's saying is that it looks like Gibson put the tuning pegs on before the finish was dry. That would be, sadly, typical.

    Edit: Either that or the person the reamed the tuner holes is an idiot. It sill looks like some finish was stuck to the tuners, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    What he's saying is that it looks like Gibson put the tuning pegs on before the finish was dry. That would be, sadly, typical.

    Edit: Either that or the person the reamed the tuner holes is an idiot. It sill looks like some finish was stuck to the tuners, though.
    That's exactly what I was saying, since horrible Gibson QC has become infamous over the last decade. The wiring inside my 2015 Studio was hilariously sloppy, and while they waited for the paint to dry, it was still soft enough that the tuning machines compressed it when they installed them. My '92 Standard is of a much higher finish quality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocka_Rollas View Post
    Kinda says it all it's probably a USED guitar?
    So, you're suggesting someone like you owned the guitar in question? I could see that.

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    I have given up this idea! It was stupid!

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    Didn't sound stupid to me, just wondered... about the huge number of strings this would be for...

  9. #23


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    6, I dont play guitars with more

    My idea was to make a Steinberger-styled headless guitar with EVERTUNE.
    And for an Evertune to work, there has to be some kind of tuners on the headstock. But since I wanted it "headless" it needs the SMALLEST TUNERS EVER so it doesn't stick out more than necessary.

    But I have given up this super stupid SHIT IDEA ANYWAY

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    you should still build it, Ced

    do it. doooo it.

    post pics though.
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