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 kahler pro flip lock 
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Dr. X
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anyone no where to get one?
i saw one on ebay a month ago but cant find another anywhere


Sun Apr 19, 2009 6:56 pm
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what does that do?

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its a locking nut that opens without a wrench


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is it that really weird locking nut that looks like it's just a flip down lock instead of a screw down nut?

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Sean Pierce wrote:
is it that really weird locking nut that looks like it's just a flip down lock instead of a screw down nut?

I think so. becuase if you watch MDuCran's Troubador backstage video, you can see bruce tuning his green tele from the pegs, he's not using the fine tuners.

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ikke_998 wrote:
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its a locking nut that opens without a wrench


yea thats the 1!!! :D
now anyone no where to get 1?


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Wow, those look more practical than the Floyd locking nuts...I am interested.


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Meh, I've never heard anything good about them.

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These look very interesting. Would save time for sure.

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I had one on an SG with a Floyd and a hardtail Rocket Roll I used to have (damned economy......).

The Rocket Roll NEVER went out of tune, but the Floyd MURDERED any thought of that on the SG. Can't recommend it AT ALL for double-locking systems, but a neat little extra for hardtails.


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I got mine on ebay, it was like $40 or something pretty pricey. I have it on my epi with a kahler and it never comes out of tune, I think it's awesome. The convenience is amazing.


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trem7 wrote:
I got mine on ebay, it was like $40 or something pretty pricey. I have it on my epi with a kahler and it never comes out of tune, I think it's awesome. The convenience is amazing.


same bro it works really well


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