Knob Puller

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Victory over stubborn knobs! Prying off a control knob with a screwdriver blade is a recipe for a dented knob and a nicked guitar finish.

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Knob Puller

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Guitar Knob Puller vs. Knob/Bushing Puller

Erick Coleman compares a simple knob puller and the Schatten Knob and Bushing Puller, which does multiple jobs in a guitar repair shop.


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Victory over stubborn knobs! Prying off a control knob with a screwdriver blade is a recipe for a dented knob and a nicked guitar finish.

The Knob Puller is a simple solution for stubborn knobs. Just slide it under the knob, push the tension ring down for a firm grip, and carefully pull the knob off. It works with standard speed knobs, bell knobs, and Strat® knobs. The smooth durable plastic helps protect pickguards and guitar finishes.

Guitar repair shops will use this everyday, but if you're pulling bushings too, consider the Knob and Bushing Puller.


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Very good value.

By Mike Johnson from Gloversville USA
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, October 13, 2012


I chose this over the more fancy/expensive model. It is a very good value. It worked great for my difficult job. Buy one for your tool kit.

Broke on first try

By whittamps from Groton CT
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, October 11, 2012


To be fair, I bought this to pull a very stubborn knob off of a Hofner. The tool managed to separate the knob from the brass insert but snapped in two at the top of the horseshoe once the knob parted with the insert. I tried to glue it with CA but had more distortion of material than adherence. The clamping horseshoe should be made out of more ductile plastic or a stop molded at the top of the horseshoe to prevent exceeding the travel limits.

Works very well

By jojokeo from Huntington Beach CA
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, October 06, 2012


This worked so well that I actually pulled the shafts out of their pots when I had an issue with much too tight bell knobs on a Gibson Les Paul. And yes, I ordered the correct sized spline - knobs need correcting. But you'll notice that no marks were left on finish due to this awesome knob puller and it's lifting strength!

Looks like a flimsy toy, works like a pro tool!

By George Casiano from Corona, CA
(Customer's Reviews) Tuesday, September 18, 2012


There's not much to say about this product other than it works great. I had stubborn bell knobs on my Epiphone Les Paul and were almost impossible to remove without scratching the finish. It worked perfectly. It also looks sturdy enough to last even though it is just plastic. All in all, if you are worried it's a flimsy tool and won't work, it does =)

Safe & Easy

By tb from Portland OR
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, August 27, 2012


Works safer and easier than all other crude methods I've tried. Spend the few bucks and get yourself a nice little tool.

Another Must Have

By Dave Ward from Oklahoma City, OK
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, August 25, 2012


I truly hate trying to pull a stubborn knob off. And nothing is worse than having a knob crack or break then having to replace it. Money and time down the drain. Save yourself a lot of potential hassle and buy this. It's quick, safe, cheap and easy to use.

the best!

By jiROck Custom from Philippines
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, August 13, 2012


it pull easily.

Smart little tool

By Gustavo from Bras+¡lia, Brasil
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, August 02, 2012


Columbus's egg to remove knobs without damaging the finish or scratchplate. AND for a good price.

Knob Puller

By Pegzhead from Burlington, Ontario
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, July 28, 2012


It does what it claims. A much better idea than a screwdriver and either a scratched pickguard or a broken vol/tone knob. It still requires a hefty pull if the knob is really on there. Too bad it only fits Strat sized knobs, it still is much better than the old way.

Cheap solution!!

By ORZ from Miami
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, July 11, 2012


Works very good on Fenders, Gibsons and I guess in any other axe on this Earth!! Safely remove knobs without risking your finish. I saw Dan using a piece of cloth to do this in an old video, but sorry my friend, sometimes it does not work!!! Go for the knob puller!!

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