How does a locking tuner work?
Locking tuners are tuners which have a pin or retaining mechanism that locks the string in place and prevents your string from coming loose.
Once you unbend the string or return the tremolo to the zero position, the wrapping of the string on the post has now moved slightly.
Do locking tuners help stay in tune?
Locking tuners just make string changes faster and have a cleaner look. Locking tuners do nothing for tuning stability. Anyone who says they do doesn’t know how to properly wind a string around a traditional tuning peg. Locking tuners just make string changes faster and have a cleaner look.
How do you use Fender locking tuners?
Here are Michael’s steps:
- Make sure the hole in the tuning peg is straight and keep tension on the string.
- Loosen the locking tuner.
- Slide the string out through the back of the guitar.
- Make sure you have the correct string and thread the new string through the back of the guitar.
How do you string a locking tuner?
Changing Strings with Locking Tuners – Sound Pure Gear Tips