#1
Something I've never understood: Why do you need fine tuners if you want a locking nut? Why do the strings go out of tune when you lock them? (I've never owned a guitar with a floating bridge)
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#2
The locking nut applies pressure to the strings.

Just like when you fret a note way too hard and you force it too sharp, when you tighten a locking nut to lock it your strings go sharp. You use the fine tuners to compensate.
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#4
And you could take the guitar to a warmer environment A.K.A. a show full of sweaty people
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