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SChecter c1 plus tuning problems

Hi, i have a schecter c1 plus and it has some tuning problems with the G string. It won't stay in tune . What should i do ? Thank you

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If you do a lot of bends or use a whammy bar this will happen a lot. The best way to keep a guitar in tune is to buy a locking system to put on it. I use a floyd locking system for my own guitar.

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