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Unread 07-08-2016, 01:00 PM   #16
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guessing that grovers would fit that. Again, you would have to remove tuners and measure the shaft to be sure.

The hipshots would also probably work and have a nifty feature called the UMP which is a plate that holds the tuners so you don't have to add any holes. Their locking tuners are top notch and hold tune very well.

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According to a Jackson message board I just found, Jackson tuners are basically identical to Gotoh SG-36 tuners.
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According to a Jackson message board I just found, Jackson tuners are basically identical to Gotoh SG-36 tuners.
I build and mood Jackson's all the time. The ones I have are my favorite to play due to the feel. The typical jackson headstock is drilled with 10mm holes.for your reverse headstock you will want to get a set of left handed tuners. On one of the last ones I did I used a set of Gotoh tuners and they fit perfectly and I had no issues at all.

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If you ate looking at locking tuners then I might suggest the planet waves auto trim lockers. They cut the string for you when you tune the first time and I haven't ever had them go out of tune. I am going to segmental have them on all 7 of my guitars.
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I build and mood Jackson's all the time. The ones I have are my favorite to play due to the feel. The typical jackson headstock is drilled with 10mm holes.for your reverse headstock you will want to get a set of left handed tuners. On one of the last ones I did I used a set of Gotoh tuners and they fit perfectly and I had no issues at all.

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If you ate looking at locking tuners then I might suggest the planet waves auto trim lockers. They cut the string for you when you tune the first time and I haven't ever had them go out of tune. I am going to segmental have them on all 7 of my guitars.
Thanks for the info.
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Thanks for the info.
I also like the planet waves auto trim. Not quite as rock solid as the hipshots on tuning, but they are sold and the auto trim saves on cuts, stabs, and such.
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