Sperzel 6LTLCP Trim-Lok Satin Black Tuning Machine Heads

Six In-line Locking Tuners - Satin Black
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Make Sure Your Guitar is Tuned Correctly Each Time!

Keeping a guitar with a tremolo bridge tuned can be problematic. Sperzel Trim-Lok tuners eliminate tuning issue without tone-killing locking nuts. Change strings in seconds on any guitar with these tuners. Simply insert the string through the tuner eye, pull tight, tighten the locking mechanism of the tuner, and then tune to pitch. It is that easy. The locking system quickly locks down the string ensuring a non-slipping, stable string winding. You'll love the tuning stability of Sperzel Trim-Lok tuners!

Sperzel Trim-Lok Locking Tuners Features:
  • Tuners lock strings in eliminating need for locking nuts
  • Graduated height for proper string angle>
  • Easy to use
Keep your guitar in tune with Sperzel Trim-Lok locking tuners!

Tech Specs

Intended Instrument Guitar
Configuration 6-Inline
Finish Satin Black
Locking Yes
Manufacturer Part Number TK-7467-013

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Sperzel 6LTLCP Trim Lok Machine Heads

These are the best locking keys available for Strats and Teles . I have them on all my Custom Shop models and the guitars that didn't have them initially now have Sperzels . They keep the guitars tuning dead steady and are perfect for using a tremolo arm .
Music background: Composer , Songwriter , Guitarist

Sperzel 6LTLCP locking tuners

My slight disappointment is due to the thickness of the locking disk. It is quite thin and can bite into ones fingers - uncomfortable. Not a major issue, but I have some on a Strat Plus that I purchased some time ago - those had a much thicker disk.Also, I had these installed on my Jazzmaster - unless you really know woodworking (I don't), my recommendation is for you to take it to a very competent guitar tech for the installation. Old screw holes have to be filled, new ones drilled for the locking peg, and the hole for the tuning post has to reamed out - at least on my guitar. But that is to be expected. Not a problem - just part of upgrading a guitar. Also be careful - there are two types - those for 6 in line where the tuning machines are on one side of the headstock, and those that are 3 and 3. Make sure you order the right ones for your particular guitar!Bottom line - They work fine - I will probably buy another set for my other strat - though I will first look for ones with a thicker locking disk. :)
Music background: Semi-pro guitarist (rock, folk, country, lite jazz, contemporary worship) - been playing for 40 50+ years.
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