#1
Does anyone make/sell drill bits that you can use with your drill to turn the pegs faster? I searched and couldn't find something like that. Or do I have to make one myself?
#2
That's pretty ironic. Trying that hard to make something do what you are too lazy to do yourself.

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#3
The Dunlop Turbo Tune goes on an electric screwdriver. I think Ernie Ball makes an electric string winder now as well.
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#4
Quote by mmolteratx
The Dunlop Turbo Tune goes on an electric screwdriver. I think Ernie Ball makes an electric string winder now as well.


Ah yes. Just what I was looking for. Thanks.
#5
i wouldn't trust a drill to wind my tuners - if anything it's just going to wear out the gears faster and as a result you'll need to replace them sooner. they weren't designed to be revved up by an electric motor!
I like analogue Solid State amps that make no effort to be "tube-like", and I'm proud of it...

...A little too proud, to be honest.
#6
I just saw some guitar techs use an electric screwdriver and I thought it was pretty awesome. Also, changing strings on 4 guitars can get tedious. I do have one of those manual winders, but even so...

Still, that's a good point about the tuners wearing faster. We'll see.