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  1. I agree that regular grovers should stay in tune pretty well - I have them on a lot of guitars. But if you are going to switch tuners, I would highly recommend the graphtech ratio tuners -- they are wonderful! There is a different gear ratio for each string, and it makes tuning a lot easier on some of the strings (like low E). Expensive, but worth it. They come with little metal templates that make them fit most guitars with drilling more holes. They are available in locking and non-locking versions.
  2. Here's a couple. Replaced all the plastic with rosewood. H150 now has black pickup covers (not in this photo). P90s are kinman zero hum.
  3. I have a few millies, and I have moved the pickup selector on all of them to the upper bout, like a Les Paul -- which, in my opinion, is where God intended it to be :-). I played a Les Paul most of my life, and my hand automatically goes there, no matter what I am playing. Plus, I think it's the location that allows for the fastest pickup switching when playing. There is a caution to be taken, however. The space below the top on the upper bout is not large, so you need to go with a 90 degree switch instead of the straight one (switchcraft makes them), and have a skilled technician do t
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