#1
Hey again,
I am having bit of trouble changing the strings on my Fender Classic Player 50's Strat. The guitar has locking tuners and since I have no experience what so ever with them, I don't have a clue what to do. If it helps the tuners are Fender/Gotoh vintage style locking tuners. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks
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#2
I have locking tuners on one of my guitars and all you need to do is unscrew the screw on the back off the tuner and pull out the string, put the new one in and tighten the screw again.

However yours may be different
#3
It is exactly the same as stringing through regular tuners

Quote by BoL7z
I have locking tuners on one of my guitars and all you need to do is unscrew the screw on the back off the tuner and pull out the string, put the new one in and tighten the screw again.

However yours may be different


This is for a Floyd Rose guitar. His guitar doesn't have one. Locking tuners mean that the machine heads lock the strings into place. You're probably thinking of locking nut.
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Last edited by sammo_boi at Oct 3, 2010,
#4
Quote by sammo_boi
It is exactly the same as stringing through regular tuners


This is for a Floyd Rose guitar. His guitar doesn't have one. Locking tuners mean that the machine heads lock the strings into place. You're probably thinking of locking nut.



No, he is right.
-Unscrew the screw on the back of the tuner,
-slide out the string (it should come out on its own),
-slide in your new string and tighten it by pulling the string end (not too tight)
-then lock it into place by tightening the screws
-tune
#5
mabey yours ifs different
mine does not have a screw on the back ,, I loosen the string and they unlock.
holding a pick in the slot on the post will help if the lock is sticking ..very easy to use and restring