#1
Hi!
I've got a les paul junior with kluson tuners, and they seem to go out of tune really easy. I've concluded that it's probably not a problem with the bridge, since it a wrap around bridge

My friend suggested Grover tuners, that they would not go out of tune as easy etc.
Is this true?

I know that I'd have to expand the holes in the headstock to fit the Grover tuners.
Would this be a good idea? Would it help me or would it stay the same?
Last edited by juliusxxrock at Oct 3, 2013,
#2
Have you changed the string gauge since you bought it?
Have you had a tech work on the nut?
How are you stringing the guitar?
Are the strings properly stretched?

Kluson makes great tuners, I doubt they are the problem
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#3
Quote by Robbgnarly
Have you changed the string gauge since you bought it?
Have you had a tech work on the nut?
How are you stringing the guitar?
Are the strings properly stretched?

Kluson makes great tuners, I doubt they are the problem

I don't know what gauge Gibsons strings have got, but i've used with super slinkys since the first time I changed.
No tech have done anything with my nut. What would they do? I've put some graphite (pencil) in the g string nut because that string is the big problem.
I'm locking my strings like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9RnONMgnfac
I changed strings last sunday. I stretch them after tuning them up by kind of pulling them but while keeping my thumb on the string. When they don't go out of tune after stretching anymore, I consider it done.