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Bridge Pin Puller

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Don't damage your bridge pins with clumsy pliers! Here's a handy little plastic tool that does a better job, safely and easily.

Ergonomically shaped for comfort, it won't damage the pins, and it's small enough for a keychain or your pocket.


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3.5
  • 3.61 average rating from 38 reviews
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2.0

There is a reason why it is cheap.

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This tool implies that you can use force to push it onto the pin. I could not. I used to pry it up a little at a time so that I could pull the pin out by hand. On the guitar the pins were pretty close together and it would not go onto the pin. Maybe men can do this easily. A better design would be to make it a little oversize so it could fit easily over the pin and add a lip that would act as a lever so the force could be transferred to where it is needed. that is, one side has more plastic on it, like a triangle shape.

5.0

Great to have

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I don't know why I waited so long to get this handy little tool.

1.0

bridge pin size

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This puller will not fit the snakewood pins. I may be perfect for other sided pins

3.0

Would you believe there's a learning curve?

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I fumbled around briefly with this item trying to get it to work. Guess the manufacturer overestimated my mechanical intelligence and didn't think supplying a simple diagram was necessary. I didn't fumble for very long on my new, expensive guitar because the edges of this tool are very sharp and the whole idea of using it is to avoid scratching the sensitive wood of the guitar and the pins with needle nose pliers.Anyway, to my great surprise, I discovered the pins on my new Taylor slide out easily with finger power alone. So I toiled no more with the learning curve posed by the new tool.

I realized a few minutes later you must approach the pin directly from the back side of the bridge.I will try it again when I restring my camping acoustic, so I thought I would show a sign of some confidence by giving a 3 star rating. I will be using cardboard to protect the guitar, though, which kind of defeats the purpose of buying the tool. If time proves this to be a useful part of my restringing kit, I affirm I will return and upgrade my rating.

1.0

Buyers ,Beware !!!!!!

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This Pin Puller will not fit most of the Higher End guitar Bridge Pins .... Do not advise to purchase this item ... The Snapz Bridge Pin Puller # 0202 is the best !!!!!!!!

2.0

Doesn't fit the pins I bought

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This simple pin puller is nice on my other acoustic, but it doesn't fit the bone pins I bought from Stewmac for my new guitar.

1.0

Puller Too Small

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Won't fit the ebony pins I bought from Stew-Mac.

2.0

Bridge Pin Puller

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This might be a stupid question but why doesn't your pin puller fit you pins? Nice key chain!!!

5.0

Very Handy, Great price, better than pliers

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I have ruined or at least marked up so many pins with needle nose pliers. For the money this is a no-brainer, and takes up little room in a toolbox or guitar case. And yes it does work great, unless your pins are counter sunk into the bridge, which is a problem for any pin removal tool.

5.0

A must for every acoustic gig bag

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... or keep it on your key chain. No more looking around for a makeshift lever, or pliers (ouch), to remove those stubborn pegs. Works well.

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