Gotoh Locking Vintage Oval Knob 6-In-Line Tuners

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Locking versions of the classic oval knob, stamped housing tuners found on vintage Fender® guitars. For 6-in-line pegheads.

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Gotoh Locking Vintage Oval Knob 6-In-Line Tuners

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Locking versions of the classic oval knob, stamped housing tuners found on vintage Fender® guitars. For 6-in-line pegheads.

6-in-line locking tuners that are the perfect upgrade for old or new Fenders with "Kluson-style" tuners — they're a direct retrofit!

These fine reproductions feature old style stamped gear housings, but have modern improved 15:1 gearing for smoother, more precise action.

All sets include mounting screws and round press-fit peghead bushings. Peghole spacing is 4-11/16" (119.06mm). 11/32" (8.73mm)-diameter pegholes required. Please note that 3 of the tuners have a green decal on the back of the machine. These 3 machines have a smaller diameter string hole, and are to be used with the unwound (G,B,E) strings.

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Product Instructions

String Mounting Instructions for Locking Guitar Tuning Machines

Instructions for stringing Locking guitar Tuning Machines.

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By eustibo from USA
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, January 24, 2011


What they don't tell you.



I did get a .049 to fit through. The locking head may fall off in your hand first, but then you know it's one thread back on and the string should out though. Close but it works. Don't lose the original screws unless you want to try "their" longer screws.

Don't make the mistake I did and not replace the inner sleeve. It's hammer-time!. The new sleeves are loose. I took some grey picture tacking putty and applied a very thin coat in two or three places around the cylinder, so it doesn't squoose out. Works fine. This is on a Telecaster Hot Rod.

Better than the tuners that came with it. Know what I mean?

Low E Strings that don't fit

By eustibo from USA
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, January 24, 2011


They forget to mention you are limited in the size of the low E string that will go through the hole. .049 and 0.50 are definitely out. They won't go through the hole. I had to use Lite strings, .009 to .042. Not happy

A nice alternative to vintage tuners

By George from Hobart, IN
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, January 10, 2011


Hello Everyone:

a lot of us want to replace the worn out tuners or put locking tuners on a guitar to keep the strings in tune, right?.



well these tuners offer a lot, best of all if you have a vintage strat or tele that has the kluson style tuners, it will work, it's also great for the newer reissues especially if you have a strat with a whammy.



why drill out new holes and ruin that investment when you can drop these right in.



now please note you might have to use different bushings depending on the holes drilled in the headstock, fender used two different sizes on their recent reissues, the USA models use the standard size in most cases, where the Imports from Japan and Mexico in some cases you might have larger holes.



they do make adapter bushings, and in most cases the original bushings will work with these tuning keys.



I purchased this set for my tele, big difference, nice and smooth, best of all no slop when winding the strings.



Take Care

George

Good upgrade. 

By L Mollard from Saint Louis, Missouri
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, December 26, 2010


I used these on a Japanese made Jazzmaster as part of an overall rebuild, they're a lot better than the previous tuners. They have both a better feel to them and will make changing strings easier, and probably hold the tune a little better. Good buy!

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