#1
hey, so i have a mexican strat with a trem and its sweet, but it is so hard to keep in tune. i have already blocked the trem but the tuning is still an issue. is there anything i can do to fix this? i have heard about locking tuners, would those help me out? thanks in advance for the advice
#3
im guessing a standard fender trem? a locking nut (someone might suggest to you) is pointless if your trem has no fine tuners. but a good set of locking tuners might work
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#4
yeah, locking tuners would work. but a better stringing technique will too.

with a blocked trem, there's hardly a reason for that guitar to fall out of tune.

try lubing the cuts in the nut with a graphite pencil.
make sure u're getting 2-3 wraps around each tuner, and that u blocked the trem correctly.
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#5
btw for a better stringing technique..http://www.stringthis.com/howtostringu.html

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#6
yea its a standard trem

how much would a good set of locking tuners go for? and are they difficult to set up?