I tossed a set of 301 lockers on my Taylor as well. I seriously don't know why I didn't do this to my acoustics 20 years ago. Best 65 bucks I've spent in a while. :metal:
Front (reused the Taylor washers so it looks the same):
Cleaning out the parts bin. All prices are shipped USPS.
Sold - Gotoh 510TS Bridge - Chrome.
SOLD - Suhr locking tuners, 6-inline (standard headstock) - Chrome. Came off the same guitar. $45
Sold - Gotoh tuners, 7-inline (standard headstock) - Chrome.
Gotoh tuners, 6-inline (reverse...
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Anyone use these? I'm completely spoiled by the non-locking compensated nuts on most of my guitars, and I'd love to have something similar on my double locking ones as well.
I thought Earvana had a locking compensated nut...
I feel kind of like the "prevents theft" thing is a little overblown, since a committed thief breaking into your house the steal guitars would most likely have a screwdriver to take the entire thing from the wall, but I also feel like it is suitably pretentious enough to be appealing on some...
Hear me out here... :lol:
This is only slightly pretentious... One of the machineheads on my Silverburst keeps shitting the bed, since this is my main gigging guitar and it's almost 40 years old I should probably switch out the tuners for something more modern. Problem is, I'm a stickler for...
So, the BCRich I have, the locking nut on that had pads that worked on the old style 10mm ibanez 7string nuts. SO, what nut should I look for, as I need 2 pads.
Anyone know? Are there jackson ones that are smaller?
I'm looking to get back into electric guitar specifically for metal and have found over the last 30 years that I prefer shorter scale instruments but not too narrow of a neck. I was wondering if anyone could please post recommendations of guitars that are 24.75" to 25" scale length with...
On a super tight budget, restoring my very first guitar which I've just got back off my nephew after about 11 years (totally forgot I gave it to him to learn on!)
FR Specials, Schallers, that kind of thing. Can't afford OFR money, unless you're prepared to practically give it away.
Must be black.
I recorded a guest solo with my Jackson RR24 for a fellow forum members project.
After I was finished I noticed "oh, I forgot to put on new strings after adjusting the trussrod and breaking a string a couple of weeks ago"
Perfect tuning stability during the whole session and after about 40...
Forgive the complete n00b question, but I've never actually tried this.
If you have a floyd blocked so it's essentially a hard tail, there's not really a need to have a locking nut per say - can you take off the locking nut pads and use the floyd nut (sans the locking pads) just like a normal...
Worth taking a chance on for purchase?:
I just need the nut blocks/pressure pads. Nothing else.
So I recently got an Ibanez with an Edge Pro(great trem) but it has those locking studs. I don't even know exactly how they work(I'v seen diagrams and I dont know why a little stick is going to keep the stud "locked").
Point being, I need to lower the action just a touch, but every allen wrench...
Been looking online for a set of black locking tuners for my Ibanez RGIB6. Not looking to go high-dollar, just a descent set that works well and hopefully don't have to drill anything out. Can you guys point me in the right direction please?
Also do I need staggered or non-staggered?
All floyds was blocked to dive-only so I needed a floating too!
Had only a shit Kramer neck that I couldn't fret level properly.
So I took the neck from my old Fender Musicaster, put it on the Warmoth body.
Tuning stability = :metal:
Apparently, you really dont have to have a locking nut for...
"Tandskena" means "dental splint"
I just woke up, swapped a couple of necks on two guitars and instantly noticed why I've been right all the time!
Why does some say "if you block the bridge, remove the locking clamps"?:scratch:
It's just contra productive. Here's a video that showcases why...