#1
Ok, so I have a PRS SE Custom. I like everything about it except for how it

DOES NOT STAY IN TUNE. AT ALL.

I can just say bend or tremolo in another room and it pops out of tune. I've read a bunch of reviews and whatnot, and even intonated it, and it seems to be the tuners.

So I ask you guys: what tuners for it should I get, where should I get them, and how much will it cost?
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#2
or a locking nut
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#3
but I want tuners because I also want better gears and stuff.
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#4
schallers. i dont think they are too bad. check MF
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#5
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or a locking nut


Tuners are about 3248732498327 times easier to fit on a guitar than a locking nut, and it's way simpler to change strings and tune.

Check out this page:
http://www.stewmac.com/shop/Tuners/Guitar,_solid_peghead_tuners.html
#6
75 bucks for some chrome Schallers? Seriously?

I didn't know tuners were that much...
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#7
The PRS locking tuners are frightfully expensive. I just bought a spare set of Phase I tuners for my CE24, at a cost of over $200. If you are getting locking tuners, my advice would be to stick with the same brand as you currently have in the regular type. If you can find out who made the ones you have, chances are good that their locking tuners will fit with very little work (no hole reaming, etc).
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