Hi all, I am working on my own electric guitar design after my first les-paul replica build and have been making some progress. I am happy with the body design and have a general concept regarding pickups, materials, etc. At the moment I am working on the headstock design and it is giving me some problems. In my latest sketches, I am looking to a 4-2 tuner setup (instead of 6-in-line or 3x3), similar to the Musicman silhouette. The silhouette uses 4x right tuner and 2x left tuner. The 4-2 setup is great because it allows straight string trajectories while still enabling a small headstock and some original designs. 4x a right tuner and 2x a left tuner is my baseline design setup, but I was considering what would happen is I use 6x right tuner in a 4-2 setup. This would save me some money (although, I would save up if necessary for two sets of tuners) and gives me more design freedom near the 'tip of the headstock' and allows some more original designs. My question is: Is it possible and robust to use a right tuner in a left position? Or does this lead to tuning problems/drift? Are left and right tuners only on the market for 'symmetry purposes' or is there also a technical reason? Thanks!