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Do these have the shaft into which the end of the string goes?
Asked by Anonymous on March 28th, 2018.
Yes these are vintage style tuners where the string is fed down the tuner rather than through a hole in the side of the tuner.
YES. the string pokes DOWN into the shaft -the hard part is determining how long to cut the string so that you get the right number of wraps. For vintage Fenders with ONE string post (for high E and B) this is important to maintain a sufficient string angle from the nut to the machine post so that the string does not buzz in the nut. For the D & G strings this is a more difficult and important. Or you can just add another string post for the D & G...
"I'm going to need bushings to use these in my neck. Are these 1/4" shafts?
Asked by Anonymous on September 30th, 2015.
These are 1/4" shafts. You may need adapter bushings when using this product with necks drilled for modern tuning machines. The part number for the adapter bushings is P-GT105.
Can I use these on an American Standard Stratocaster?
Asked by Anonymous on October 20th, 2016.
Hi, most American Standard strats have a 10mm or modern tuner hole size. These tuners are vintage spec and are smaller than 10mm. You would need to order conversion bushings to makes these work with your strat.
Will these fit a Peavey Reactor?
Asked by Anonymous on November 2nd, 2016.
If your guitar uses vintage style tuners with a press fit bushing then these will work. If it has modern style threaded bushing then you may need conversion bushings.
Are these made in America or Japan?
Asked by Anonymous on April 17th, 2018.
Currently these are made in Japan.
NOT made in CHINA??!!! Are you sure?
Asked by Anonymous on February 14th, 2019.
I just checked the packaging and it states that they are made in Japan.