|Package Dimensions||12.7 x 10.16 x 3.81 cm; 235.86 Grams|
|Item Model Number||M735-6|
|Colour||Small Button Black|
|Item Weight||236 g|
Musiclily 6-in-line Guitar Locking Tuners Tuning Pegs Keys Machine Heads Set, Black
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- Economy 6 in line locking tuning Keys Set for Acoustics and Electrics guitar
- Fits standard 10mm (13/32 inch) peg holes
- Materal:metal alloy; Gear ratio 15:1
- Full set, Nut,Ferrule,Screws included
- Package included: 6 Pcs Guitar Tuning Pegs
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Economy 6 in Line Sealed Tuning Key Set for Acoustics and Electrics guitar, alloy metal made. Sealed tuning pegs, locking style. Package includes: set of 6 individual tuners , Bushings, Washers and Mounting Screws Included.
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Update: docked 2 additional stars because 2 of the locking mechanism won't catch on the internal thread and lock, it's either stripped or poorly made. I didn't overtighten.
Fitting them to my strat the first thing I noticed was that the little screws provided to attach the tuners to the headstock are of poor quality; the metal is quite soft and I badly chewed up the heads of 4 out of the 6 while trying to screw them in.
This wouldn't be so bad as you could always switch them for better quality screws, and when I was stringing my guitar with Ernie Ball Slinky 10's the tuners seemed to be working fine. The real problem came when I tried to fit the high E string: the tuner doesn't lock tight enough to grip the string, making it useless. 10-46 are pretty much the standard gauge for electric guitar strings, the tuners should have been designed to take that size.
I don't think you can skimp when buying locking tuners, quality brands like Fender, Sperzel, and Grover are not cheap, but are probably worth it in the long run.
I have fitted my stock tuners back on my Strat, unfortunately there are now six little pilot holes visible on the back of the headstock. You live and learn.