My bass is a 2004 Bjorn Stoll Meisterwerk Dresden, and I love the damn thing. However, it came with rosewood tuners, which, cosmetically, are quite pretty and initially didn't cause me any problems, but in the last year or so I've had an ever-increasing problem with them sticking like mad. It's gotten to the point lately where it takes me FOREVER to tune the instrument. I'll go to turn a peg and it will stick, not budge, and then when it does, it will over-shoot the string nearly a quarter-step past where it needs to be, forcing me to drop it back under pitch and start all over. Is this a common issue with wood tuners? It would stand to reason that there would be some issue with the wood of the tuners expanding/contracting vs the wood of the pegbox, but to this degree? Has anyone else ever encountered this problem, and if so, do you have any tips how I could fix this? It's getting to the point where I'm tempted to just take the damn things out and put metal tuners in.