I know on a regular basis we usually bash the boys at guitar center for many many reasons but truthfully, many of them are great guys that can't help the way their company operates. I know many there and enjoy chatting when I go in. One guy in particular is their on-staff tech. He and I have started to share more info on repair and building. Today was my lucky day, I mentioned that I have a little travel LP style guitar that I wanted to upgrade with some gibson keystone look a likes and asked if he had cheap set. He GAVE ME, FREE OF CHARGE, a set from a gibson SG that they had just replaced. The G tuner's shaft was bent. So I have this sweet set of tuners with one shaft bent. How is the best way to get it back to mostly straight without ruining it? The tuner still turns freely and the bend seems not to have affected anything else. Here is a pic, sorry about the iphone resolution, it's all I had at work to take a shot with.