#2
loosen the locks at the head, make sure that the fine tuners are in their middle position, tune the guitar and then lock the locks at the head!

taa-daa! Long lasting tuning for ya


Ibanez RG2228 Prestige
Schecter C7 Jeff Loomis FR (18volt mod)
Epiphone Gothic Explorer (with SD Blackouts)
Ibanez RG350M Yellow
Peavey C5 Tigerwood 5string bass
Randall RH150G3
#3
Ok, not trying to be a jackass.

BUT-

SEARCHBAR. After literally hundreds of these threads, I'm pretty sure someone decided to put a definitive FR guide on here somewhere.

DON'T MAKE ME DESTROY YOU!


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#4
Quote by TheBloodstained
loosen the locks at the head, make sure that the fine tuners are in their middle position, tune the guitar and then lock the locks at the head!

taa-daa! Long lasting tuning for ya


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-Andrew H
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#6
Loosen the screws at the head. Turn the fine tuning screws (at the bridge) all the way out. I used to put them in the middle, but the strings always loosen and never tighten.
Tune (it will take at least two passes, as the strings counteract on each other as they tighten) then tighten the head screws. Next few times you can tune with the fine tune screws at the bridge. Easy!

CAUTION: Don't let some idiot try to tune your guitar as he plays it - completely unaware that the strings are locked at the head!!! It happened to me. Now no one touches my strat!