JP Tools Guitar Tool
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Change guitar strings, make action adjustments easily on the fly with this all-in-tool.
"I own a guitar tool, because I still love to work on my own guitars. My Guitar Tech has a box full of tools, but he keeps a Guitar Tool on his belt at all times. Its an essential for any working guitarist or guitar tech." Brad Paisley "I love my guitar tool. it hasnt left my side since i got it!" Chad Weaver guitar/backline tech for Brad Paisley band "I love it. The only thing to make it better would be a string winder with a motor!" Jody Harris guitar tech for Brad Paisley "The Journeyman is a must have for all guitarists. Its very easy to use and provides every tool that you could ever use, its the SWISS ARMY knife for guitar players! It goes with me everywhere!" - Eric Mantel, Guitar Virtuoso / Chicago Guitar Legend / Recording Artist / Clinician / Instructor "This tool Rocks! Its everything youll need in the palm of your hand." - Fred Kowalo, Zakk Wyldes long time guitar tech and Boogie Street Guitars.
- Spring-action pliers and cutters
- Cuts guitar and bass strings every time
- Carbide steel cutting blade is the strongest blade available - capable of industrial level work
- Tailor-made grip for easy use
- 300 series stainless steel housing
- Professional quality hardened steel hex/allen wrenches (0.5 mm, 1.5 mm, 2.5 mm, 3 mm hex)
- Philips and flathead screw drivers made of hardened steel that won't rust or strip
- Bridge pin puller for acoustic guitar string changes
- Compatible with Floyd Rose
- Protective nylon sheath case with belt loop
- Designed in America by JP Tool
This multi-use guitar tool fits wll in your hand and your budget. Order today!
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Comments about JP Tools Guitar Tool:
The Farley Deluxe Guitar Tool has most of the tools you may need in your guitar case for making adjustments to your guitar. Two exceptions I noticed though are a larger hex wrench for acoustic neck adjustments or a string winder. (Although it would be a challenge to fit this tool in an acoustic guitar as a hex wrench anyway and make an adjustment).
The problem with "multi" tools in my opinion is that they try to be all things to all people and don't really do a good job at any one thing. Such is the case with the Farley Deluxe Guitar Tool. Using any of the tools feels extremely clumsy, with the exception of the string cutter. The screw drivers on mine are quite loose and flop around, making it all the more clumsy to use them when they have a plier for a handle. The hex wrenches are also clumsy. I'm afraid to use this big, clumsy metal tool near my new Fender to make bridge adjustments. The string cutter works quite well and makes a nice square cut, unlike the sharp pinch-cut you get with a side cutter. However because of the design of the tool, about the closest you can cut the wires are 1/2" to the tuning posts. The pin-puller also works nicely, but I already had a good pin-puller on the string winder I own. It also comes with a case that is too small for the tool! The tool will go in the pocket but the flap to close it is too short and will not even velcro shut. What can you expect from a tool made in China?
It is nice to have the option of all these tools at a moments' notice in a pinch. But at home I would prefer to simply have all the aforementioned tools in their normal non-clumsy form in a small tool kit. And if you get equivalent made-in-China tools, you could get them all for less than what this mulit-tool costs.
This tool may be good in an absolute pinch, when you are on the road, but not for everyday use. I won't get close to my expensive guitar with this clumsy thing.
Comments about JP Tools Guitar Tool:
Has all you need to set up and maintain your guitars. Great tool and well made! Get one!