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Can I install TronicalTune by myself or do I need a technician / luthier?

Adding this tuner to your guitar requires setting up the instrument to maintain professional performance. You can install it by yourself if you have the skills. Everything you need to install the system is supplied, except for the screwdriver needed to remove your existing machine heads. The RoboHeads don’t even need to be attached by woodscrews, as they are held in place by holes in the electronic plate. If you feel and feel uncomfo... Read more

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8 Golden Rules To Ensure Performance - And To Be Perfectly In Tune

This is a valuable guide on how to install the automatic tuning system TronicalTune Plus properly and achieve maximum performance. 1. Stringing up your guitar / Applying the stringsIn order to be perfectly in tune please make sure to wrap the strings around the string shaft exactly as described in the manual for TronicalTune Plus (pages 14-17). Please choose the automatic string up/down mode (page 27) to bring the string to tension. There is no... Read more

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How do I tune and save my custom tuning Drop C (CGCFAD)?

In order to tune and safe your tuning CGCFAD proceed as follows, please. 1. Tune to the red bank, preset “D” (whole step down), thats DGCFAD!Now you need the low E string one additional whole step down for low C. 2. Enter red bank “D” in single string mode (push and HOLD the ON button), the red E LED will be blinking. 3. Fret the low “E” string on the 2nd. fret properly (do not bend the string or whatsoeve... Read more

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What’s the weight of TronicalTune? Does it add weight to the headstock?

No, not at all. TronicalTune is VERY lightweight, it weighs about the same as the standard locking tuner set. The TronicalTune system produces more dimension at the headstock, thats why more sustain and more powerful sound.         Read more

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Does TronicalTune fit my Guitar?

You can download the templates to check your headstock drill pattern for compatibility here. The list will be updated on an on-going basis. Read more

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Which strings / gauges are supported or recommended?

Electric guitar from e.g. 0.08 – 0.38 up to maximum 0.13 – 0.56. when using 0.13 – 0.56. please get sure not to tune to higher tuning than standard E. Acoustic guitar from e.g. 0.08 – 0.38 up to maximum 0.12 – 0.53. when using 0.12 – 0.53. please get sure not to tune to higher tuning than standard E. Note: Higher string gauges may cause damage to the tuners Read more

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