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EVH D Tuna Guitar Drop Tuner

4.8 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

Price: $39.95 & FREE Shipping
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Ships from and sold by Sam Ash.
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Product Description

Introducing a revolutionary new patented device called the D-Tuna! This amazing piece enables players with Floyd Rose tremolos to drop from E to D and back in an instant. Eddie Van Halen has been using this for years and now it's available to everyone for the first time. Simply replace the string locking screw from your low E saddle with the D-Tuna and included locking screws. It really works!

Product Information

Item Weight 21 pounds
Product Dimensions 4.5 x 3.1 x 0.6 inches
Shipping Weight 3.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B0007R998K
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4.8 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

4.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #75,610 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
#18,926 in Musical Instruments > Instrument Accessories > Guitar & Bass Accessories
Date first available at Amazon.com October 27, 2006

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I bought this for my adult stepson. We both play guitar and he is a very advanced player. He recently started learning some drop D songs and wanted to try this so he could use one of his guitars that has locking tuners. He said it was not too hard to install and works pretty well. He said it needs a very slight fine tuning when he drops to D tuning but it is easy and he loves it.
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It works as advertised IF you have a compatible guitar. I have a Dean Dime o Flame ML and because of the gap between the tremolo system and the body, the D Tuna wont fit properly once pulled out to the Drop D setting, it will be pressed against the body while slightly lifting your tremolo system. So it is likely it wont work on other Dean MLs or other guitars with similar tremolos (I think they're called "Locking" or "double locking", someone please correct me if I'm mistaken). I give it only 4 starts b/c I could not find out it didnt work with my favorite guitar until after I got the D-Tuna and spent the time installing it.

However, on different guitar, (this one has the tremolo and bridge slapped right on the body, instead of floating with a gap to the body) it works awesome! Going from standard E to Drop D in 1 second, and then back to E whenever you want, how is that not cool and convenient?!
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If you expect this product to drop you to a perfect D and raise you back to a perfect E, you are wrong. However, it does get the notes close enough to be put into tune with the fine tuners, which is really all that matters anyway! Besides, it's pretty much the only easy way to change the tuning on a locked-string Floyd Rose setup. For me, it's a definite winner!
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Seemless dropping to D and back to E. Becareful not to use cobalt strings though, they bind up in the sadle and cause the dtuna to stick. I had to use pliers to pull it out. After switching to slinkies, it works great.
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