D-Tuna stability?

BlofeldsCat

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If you use a D-Tuna regularly, have you reported any tuning issues as you flip from D to E and back again or is the unit solid?
 

B Money

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back when I had one, it was rock solid once I got it fine tuned. Never really had any problem with it.
 

RCM78

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I use one regularly. It's solid once you fine tune it. One thing I've noticed is as the string gets old and tired the D-tuna needs to be fine tuned again.

I keep new strings on my gigging guitars so it's not a problem...
 

Toogy

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As long as you have your tremolo locked to dive bomb only and not floating it works great!
 

IamKrisJones

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Not sure why but this tread made me thing of Tuna...
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RRfireblade

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I find them to be a little finicky when they are brand new. After a little use and break in time, they settle in quite nicely. Factory installed units seem to be a little more good to go right away.
 




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