- GOTOH SD90-SL-MG-T-B
- New Thumbwheel Style Magnum Lock Traditional
- Black plate with black keystone knob
- 15:1 tuning ratio
- Vintage 11/32" headstock bushing holes required. Will not fit guitars with screw in bushings without using conversion bushings(sold separately)**.
- 1/4" (6.35 mm) diameter string posts
- GOTOH Magnum Lock string posts
- Includes press-in bushings and screws
Gotoh® Vintage Style locking guitar tuners thumbwheel locking mechanism are designed for a vintage-sized(11/32”) peghole that will maintain that classic look with no drilling or modification to your headstock. These are 3 per side individual tuners just like the originals but with the Gotoh Magnum Lock system built into the string post.
This is GOTOH new thumbwheel style locking tuners. The "Magnum Lock-Trad" combines classic functionality with Gotoh technology.
**SD90 MG-T (Magnum Lock Traditional) have a 1/4" diameter string posts. Typical conversions bushing will have 10mm OD and 1/4" ID. Search our store for item # BU-CBB for new installations.
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looks great on my PRS.!!!
Would say the order was placed and was promptly shipped. Great service.
Happy with purchase, great improvement in stock tuners
I was looking for a replacement for the PRS SE Pauls' Guitar tuners and found it here. It's a direct replacement, fits perfectly, and no additional adjustments (drilling, etc) are needed. They look great and work as expected.
Thanks for sending it to Europe, no problem with shipping and delivery.
I trusted the previous reviews and I've got these tuners for my PRS SE Paul's guitar. I'm not disappointed.
Was looking for a direct drop in replacement for the PRS SE Pauls guitar - which in my example didnt hold very well. These are brilliant. Solid as a rock.
I gave these tuners 4 stars because, while the concept is brilliant, the execution could use some refinement. The ends of the holes in the string posts are only lightly chamfered, making a sharpish edge for the string to bend around. When the locking mechanism pushes the string against the top of the hole, that makes the angle more acute. If you tune a lot (use a variety of open tunings, for example) I suggest you make sure you have at least two full turns of the string around the string post so that the string doesn't become fatigued by flexing around that acute angle.