Counterboring Gearless Tuners into the Headstock of Guitar #85


In this episode of DIY Guitar Making, I am installing some Steinberger Gearless Tuners. These tuners are a whole different conception of how a tuner should work with the string descending into the headstock instead of wrapping around the post. I am also using a set of drill press counterbores to hand-"ream" out counterbores for the tuners to rest in.

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Eric Schaefer Guitars
Eric Schaefer Guitars

Hey all, I am a Luthier specializing in flattop acoustic guitars and a teacher of all things Lutherie out of my shop in Pennsylvania. You can see my work and check out both my online guitar making courses and live workshops at ericschaeferguitars.com


DIY Guitar Making
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