Truss Rod Cover Screws

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Screws in nickel or gold for truss rod covers for mandolins, banjos, guitars, and more.

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Truss Rod Cover Screws Nickel, 0.090"

Nickel, 0.090"

Item # 0743
Discontinued

$0.22

24 or more $0.13
Truss Rod Cover Screws Gold, 0.090"

Gold, 0.090"

Item # 0743-G
Discontinued

$0.37

24 or more $0.21
Truss Rod Cover Screws Nickel, 0.072"

Nickel, 0.072"

Item # 0744
In stock, ready to ship!

$0.20

24 or more $0.11
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Truss Rod Cover Screws Gold, 0.072"

Gold, 0.072"

Item # 0744-G
In stock, ready to ship!

$0.43

24 or more $0.25
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Screws in nickel or gold for truss rod covers for mandolins, banjos, guitars, and more.

Slotted roundhead, 9/32" (7.14mm) in length. Sold individually.


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no range

By stever from Ruegely England
(Customer's Reviews) Tuesday, October 18, 2011


I have not used these screws, but was just looking for small, countersunk, black screws for use with a custom made (wood) truss rod cover for a quality, understated look. Plus, Philips head screws looks neater and are much easier to use without slipping and scratching a custom cover. Hmm, no range.

It's a truss rod screw!

By A. Lucas from Canada
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, September 28, 2011


It's a truss rod screw! What more can I say? It would be nice to have a flathead for countersunk TRC holes, though. Luckily I wasn't using ebony, else I might have been disappointed that there's no black.

Cute

By agnusguitars from champaign, il
(Customer's Reviews) Tuesday, August 23, 2011


They are sooo little... but lovely.

Right size for the job

By Clell from Dallas, TX
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, May 07, 2011


These were small enough to fit a custom truss rod cover I made, but are easy enough to take on and off

Ditto on needing black and how about flathead?

By PES from Islip NY
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, February 28, 2011


Many truss rod covers have countersunk holes and flatheads would be great. Same goes for coverplate screws. Need better selection

Truss Rod Cover Screws

By Ken's Vintage Guitars. from Ferris, Texas
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, February 20, 2011


I really like the slot head screws. I usually relic them some and they look the part for my old vintage guitar project.

Yeah - how about black?

By Kojo27 from KY
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, December 13, 2010


I, too, need black screws for my truss-rod cover. The chrome looks really strange on this guitar...a Washburn WI320 Pro electric.

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By Walter from Farmingdale
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, September 13, 2010


They are screws. Unfortunately, only slotted are available. Would be nice to have Phillips heads, and black ones.

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