I have several guitars equipped with different tuners. They all achieve their aim very well, nevertheless every tuner has a distinguished feel when you start turning them; a specific resistance and a feeling of more or less direct contact to the string. E.g. with Rodgers it's very immediate. With Gilbert, although it turns very precisely with no backlash or play, the contact with the string appears very little. It's almost like as if the knob was just an electronic controller telling the string what to do, and it does... (exaggerated to make the point).
Scheller tuners are more like Rodgers, and more elegantly so.
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