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Change guitar strings, make action adjustments. The world’s best multi-use guitar tool fits well in your hand and also your budget

Changing strings and adjusting the action of your guitar just got easier. The JP Guitar Tool is an all-purpose tool for use with acoustic or electric guitars and bass guitars.

The JP Guitar Tool is built to last. The handle and housing for the tools is made with stainless steel that won’t rust or dull over time. The screwdrivers and Allen wrenches are hardened steel so they won’t strip out nor rust either. The Allen wrenches are compatible with most popular brands of guitars including Floyd Rose™.

The string cuter is carbide steel and is so tough you can even cut bass guitar strings with it. It never needs sharpening. Carbide steel is the hardest steel and also the hardest man-made material, harder than stainless steel and titanium.
See and feel the quality of the JP Guitar Tool for yourself. The tailor made grip makes the tool easy to use in your hand. There’s a bridge pin puller for changing acoustic guitar strings that tucks inconspicuously into the handles. Included is a tough, durable nylon sheath, with a belt loop.

This is not a “Use once and throw out tool”. It is the genuine article. The player will use this tool for life. Perfect for a quick string change and guitar setup, this is the best guitar tool on the market.

Features
• Spring-action pliers and cutters that cut 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, stainless steel housing
• Professional quality hardened steel hex/Allen wrenches (0.050”, 1.5mm.., 2.5mm., 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

Get yours today; with the security of our many decades of experience and Sam Ash Direct efficient order processing, your satisfaction is guaranteed!

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3.0

Tough but awkward

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  • Difficult To Use

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    Comments about JP Guitar Tool:

    This is a decent multi-tool but it is a but awkward to use.

    On the plus side, it offers a decent supply of tools to meet your needs. It also appears to be solidly built and feels heavy-duty/high quality.

    The downside is that the tools are pretty much built into the tool itself, so turning screws can be a bit cumbersome, especially given the location of some on electric guitars.

    Also, the string cutter does not lock closed. This adds to the difficult in using any of the other tools. If you were able to lock it closed it would make it a bit more compact and easy to use.

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    5.0

    Simply the BEST!

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    from Gold Hill, OR

    Comments about JP Guitar Tool:

    I've purchased nearly every available guitar tool over the past 25 years, and I can absolutely state the Farley Guitar Tool is the best of them all! Each of the components is the highest quality, and I have never found a better string cutter that will sever your high "E" strings cleanly every time. The allen wrenches don't round out and strip your machine screws (i.e., Floyd Rose and Kahler locking screws).

    The Farley Guitar Tool, a soldering iron, and a good digital multi-meter are three items I never go to a gig without!

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