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Schaller M6 Locking Tuners

Guitar Machinehead from Schaller .

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THE BEST ON THE MARKET!

Schaller M6 Locking TunersPublished on 05/02/13 at 03:16
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Can not live without it!!
Simple (you slide your rope / = you a greenhouse you get your strings!) Super precise tuning and especially the tuning does not move a muscle, even using the tremolo strat as hard!!

Incredible, since I have mounted on my guitars and EVEN AFTER 3 WEEKS GAME no need to re-adjust the tuning (bluffing all the time and comfort won with only 90 €) -> it seems that after having I fucking install MORE SUSTAIN also

I had sperzel before, but it was not precise enough (Sperzel = 12:1 ratio is low for precise tuning and tuning Drop empire ca ... THE SCHALLER ratio = 16.1, c ' is incredibly ACCURATE!

I'll do without NEVER? I CAN NOT FIND A SINGLE FAULT ...
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Can not live without it!!
Simple (you slide your rope / = you a greenhouse you get your strings!) Super precise tuning and especially the tuning does not move a muscle, even using the tremolo strat as hard!!

Incredible, since I have mounted on my guitars and EVEN AFTER 3 WEEKS GAME no need to re-adjust the tuning (bluffing all the time and comfort won with only 90 €) -> it seems that after having I fucking install MORE SUSTAIN also

I had sperzel before, but it was not precise enough (Sperzel = 12:1 ratio is low for precise tuning and tuning Drop empire ca ... THE SCHALLER ratio = 16.1, c ' is incredibly ACCURATE!

I'll do without NEVER? I CAN NOT FIND A SINGLE FAULT ...
brief excellent in every way!
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Anonymous

They provide (in my own way)

Schaller M6 Locking TunersPublished on 11/23/10 at 11:29
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3 years of use.

I tried Sperzel.

Relatively heavy, a bit hard to run but I like it. An impression of solidity emerges. There is nothing I dislike.
Well after he do not dream moves a little tuning but it's nothing compared to mechanical vintage Fender I had before. And do not forget to adjust his vibrato.
I took Schaller because I had the opportunity to try a guitar (ESP) which was equipped with Sperzel and they do not emerge the impression of solidity.

I think they are worth their price. With experience I will ever be the choice.





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jeanchristophe.mejeanchristophe.me

Very reliable

Schaller M6 Locking TunersPublished on 12/09/10 at 05:28
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Purchased in 1996 to equip a Wilkinson vibrato Strato with self-locking.
Frankly, nothing wrong. Installation was simple, because the holes were already in mechanical 10mm (modern mechanical). It is necessary to enlarge their size if the mechanics that we are apart vintage.

After they do their job, ie they block. Something to learn, we must give a quarter turn screw (located in the cruciform key) to make the mechanics a little harder. Mine were delivered fairly "soft".
Then you have to learn to climb ropes. With locking mechanism, it should do more to the "turn below, and two above. This becomes "The least possible or no turn." This gives a spectacular result in terms of accuracy...…
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Purchased in 1996 to equip a Wilkinson vibrato Strato with self-locking.
Frankly, nothing wrong. Installation was simple, because the holes were already in mechanical 10mm (modern mechanical). It is necessary to enlarge their size if the mechanics that we are apart vintage.

After they do their job, ie they block. Something to learn, we must give a quarter turn screw (located in the cruciform key) to make the mechanics a little harder. Mine were delivered fairly "soft".
Then you have to learn to climb ropes. With locking mechanism, it should do more to the "turn below, and two above. This becomes "The least possible or no turn." This gives a spectacular result in terms of accuracy required, even using the tremolo like a savage.

A downside, however: I bought gold to keep a color unit with the rest of my strat. The gold plating has a tendency to stipple and go a bit over the years.





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  • Manufacturer: Schaller
  • Model: M6 Locking Tuners
  • Category: Guitar Machineheads
  • Added in our database on: 08/03/2005

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