I'm gonna be keeping my SG in Drop C and D standard using .11-.50 strings. For my Ibanez, I'm bringing that bitch down to C Standard and Drop Bb and C# Standard and Drop B. I will be using .12-.56 I'm convinced those are the gauges I want. Problem is, I'm wondering whether or not the big ass .56 will fit in the tuning peg. If it does, great. No problem there. But if it doesn,t what do I do? I have a dremel, should I lightly dremel or drill it out? Or should I invest in new tuners? If I needed new tuners, what would I need for an Ibanez RG2EX1?

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it should fit...
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Why wouldnt it fit?
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Lots of strings have the end of the last string thinned out so as to make it easier to restring, but it should fit.


I use Dunlop Zakk Wylde 10 - 46s and have for 2 years. I swear by them. I tune to standard, D standard and Drop C and have NEVER broken a single one.


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theyll fit, no worries. like Zoso said, pretty much all strings have the end thinned out so that theyll fit for sure
I don't think you should need to use a dremel on your tuners. It will more than likely fit. If not, then I would invest in new tuners. They're not really that expensive anyways.
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