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I forgot to introduce myself. My name is Paul, 58 years old, retired from work, now devoting my time to playing guitar. I’ve been playing since my teenage years, but had to raise a family and work.  I asked a question about the G Force tuning system and would love to hear what you people think. Thanks again 

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Welcome aboard AcePaulie.  Enjoy your stay.  I wish I could help you with your G Force issue, but I know nothing about the system.  Good luck with your search for answers.

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Welcome, AcePaulie. 

I don't care for the G Force tuning system, quite personally. 

It's a little too precious, and it goes sour quite often. 
In other words, I can tune a standard Gibson Les Paul once per set, and rock on just fine. 
With the G Force, it has to be tweaked in between every song, and that is unsatisfactory to me. 

I'm 59 going on 60, by the way. 
That seems to be the standard age around here. 
:)

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I’m 65 and  I’m from the old school. I can tune my own guitar, I don’t need a machine to do it for me. When I can’t tune a guitar I’ll stop playing. 

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