Could someone throw some light on this topic .I have been learning whisky before breakfast Dave hum style and have to keep changing the tuning . He used a capo on the second fret and tells us to tune to g c g c d and this works. I have looked at the D tunners that replace your old tuners and wondered do they make it faster?.
The manufacturers say that you buy 2 and that they replace the second and third string but these are not the strings i tune to play whisky ?? .
I have only been playing a year and a half so forgive me if it sounds a bit stupid but also looking on ebay there is a gibson that looks like it has 6 tuning pegs and the seller has said these are d tuners fitted .
Cheers if anyone can help
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