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> Fender (malmsteen) Doesnt Stay In Tune, Fender (Malmsteen) doesnt stay in tune
Chris S.
post Feb 18 2017, 09:25 PM
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Trying this re-stringing method - I don't use any other method when using traditional non-locking tuning machines:



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Todd Simpson
post Feb 19 2017, 03:50 AM
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Good point smile.gif You don't "Have to" do anything, or you could do the diy fix mentioned and save a trip to the luthier and spend the money on more guitar bits smile.gif Good post!

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1) You don't have to do anything. It's on the back of the headstock. No one but you will ever notice.
2) Or get some 'wood filler' - it comes in many colors - push it in with a toothpick or an unfolded paper clip, wipe smooth the surface, let dry ... voila!


There ya go!! IT's got than handy plate the covers the holes. So yea, plenty of options. smile.gif

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