Re: Gibson Les Paul Robot
- From: jtees4 <jtees4@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 16 Nov 2009 11:49:06 -0500
On Mon, 16 Nov 2009 09:15:38 -0600, "Stephen Cowell"
I own one (an sg), yes they don't feel like regular tuners, that's
"jtees4" <jtees4@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
If you are scared of the Autotune bit going haywire at some point
(which it might, never know), I'd point out that it's not on all the
time. It's only working when you pull up the funny looking knob. You
can pull on the ends of the tuners themselves, and it disengages them
from the auto tune mode, and you can tune them as normal.
True, but not only can you manually tune it (which people don't seem
to realize) the tuners also are locking tuners which work very well
imho...so even in manual tuning you have the advantage of locking
But they feel terrible... I'm tempted, but only for
the robot function, as I like slide in tunings.
Pick one up and start tuning on those tuners...
they are indeed crap-tastic for hand tuning.
true. The locking thing helps when changing strings though...like any
other locking tuners.
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