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Pocket Truss Rod Wrenches For 1/4" nut

For 1/4" nut

Item # 6104
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$8.98

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Pocket Truss Rod Wrenches For 9/32" nut

For 9/32" nut

Item # 6105
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$8.98

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Pocket Truss Rod Wrenches For 5/16" Gibson nut

For 5/16" Gibson nut

Item # 6106
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$8.98

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Pocket Truss Rod Wrenches

About This Item

Pocket-size steel hex wrenches that fit in your guitar case. The 1-1/8" (28.58mm) socket is tapered to fit into recessed truss rod access cavities.

For 5/16" Gibson and other hex truss rod nut sizes.

Our veteran guitar technicians developed these high quality steel truss rod wrenches for the repair shop. The length, durability, and variety of sizes let you perform truss rod adjustments efficiently.

Not all truss rod cavities are the same width. Make sure the wrench will fit your cavity by comparing the outer diameter of the wrench barrel to your guitar.

Wrench Outer diameter
#6104 For 1/4" nut 0.385" (9.78mm)
#6105 For 9/32" nut 0.405" (10.29mm)
#6106 For 5/16" nut 0.436" (11.07mm)

These tools are available in our money-saving Truss Rod Wrench Set.


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5.0

Just the tool for the job, but shipping is high.

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I wasted a lot of time and money trying to get the correct tool to adjust the truss rod on my Peavey tracer. I tried alternatives because I felt that the shipping cost from Stewmac was high. And it is, but I got the tool I needed to get the job done.

3.0

Too long for the pocket

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This "pocket" truss rod was too long for the pocket of the guitar I bought it for. I had to grind off the point on the back and cut an eighth of an inch off the front to get it in there. I would have been better off just welding a rod (handle) onto on old 9/32" socket.

5.0

Fantastic Gibson Truss Rod Wrench

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I ordered this Gibson Truss Rod Wrench and as soon as I removed it from the package I was impressed with the weight, the finish, and the way it removed the truss rod nut that I have been trying to remove using the wrong tool.
I am so glad I made a wise investment buying the right tool for the job.
Thanks, Stew-Mac!

4.0

Well made and pretty

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The length of the wrench part not the handle is long and can't fit down in to get to the nut in some applications.

4.0

Good inexpensive tool.

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I bought this for a PRS guitar but it doesn't fit. Probably works for Gibsons.

5.0

The perfect truss rod tool for older Peavey's

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The 5/16th is the perfect tool for udjusting the older Peavey guiltars and basses. Its longer and tapered design fits where the other tools wouldn't reach. Thanks again.

4.0

Does the job

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Does the job in most cases. Probably a little longer than i expected but i as said does the job

1.0

socket too long

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for 2015 Gibson ES335: 5/16" socket was correct, but too long. would not fit into the carved cavity to seat properly. was able to locate a Gibson tool (had the Philips head handle). fit perfectly.
the Stewart tool was 1/4" too long to seat properly.

5.0

Right tool for the job

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I needed to make a truss rod adjustment form my vintage 1979 Peavey T-40 bass. The wrench fit perfectly and I was able to make the correct adjustment.

5.0

1/4" one fit my Rickenbacker 4003 Bass

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I tried the Taylor 1/4" wrench, but the barrel was too thick to fit under the Rickenbacker truss rod nut. The Stewmac 1/4" one did the trick!! It needed a little encouragement, but it worked...

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