#1
This guitar is pissing me off sooo much right now. The g string goes out of tune so much everytime i play. I cant bend it without it going out of tune a full step. Is there anything i can do besides buy new tuners for it?
#2
Lock the strings properly when stringing and lubricate the nut. Any tuner should be able to hold tune reasonably well on a non-trem guitar, so unless the tuners are loose or physically broken that's not your issue.
#3
You get what you pay for, dude. The most you can do is make sure the nut and saddles are lubricated and be sure you're stringing it right. There's a good tutorial in the setup thread, I thought I was doing it right until I saw it, you may not be either. Rub your saddles and nut slots with graphite to lubricate them, you'll hold tune better.
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#4
Its an LP100! I have one and stock it wouldnt hold tune for more than a few minutes. It wasnt stringing technique, been stringing guitars wout issues for years including a squier w stock tuners. Only fix was a set of proper tuners. Now it will stay in tune for long periods same as any of my other guitars.
#5
http://www.uncletim.com/images/bobsmethod.jpg

Re-string guitar using the method posted in that link (picture). If that doesn't work then you either did not do string it properly or you need new tuners.
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