Knob and Bushing Puller

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This must-have "two-in-one" tool from Schatten Design applies a steady, controlled pull to safely remove them.

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Knob and Bushing Puller

Item # 3515
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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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Product Details

This must-have "two-in-one" tool from Schatten Design applies a steady, controlled pull to safely remove them.

Stubborn hard-to-remove guitar knobs?
The Knob and Bushing Puller's clear acrylic housing has a rubberized base to help protect the guitar's finish. Includes hardware to easily extract Gibson, Schaller or Gotoh bridge and tailpiece stud bushings, without damaging the guitar.

For just removing standard knobs, consider a simple Knob Puller.

Tailpiece bushing removal tip:
In some cases, especially with Gibson guitars, the tailpiece bushings are installed before the guitar is finished. To avoid chipping the finish, we recommend scoring the bushing with a sharp knife. For stubborn bushings, careful heat from a soldering iron will help break them free.

Instructions and bolts for pulling various threads are included:
5/16-18
5/16-24
10-32
M5
M6
M8


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Knob and Bushing Puller 

By Dominique from France
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, September 19, 2010


A great tool !

Knob and Bushing Puller

By James Finnerty from ROCKville, MD
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, September 15, 2010


I wish I had one of these years ago. Truly an artisan tool.



My only suggestion for a future upgrade would be an option to use a plastic adapter for pulling knobs as the metal one can scratch a finish if you aren't very careful when placing it under the knob skirt.

Worth having if you like your finish and knobs

By t1pstn from Brick, NJ
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, July 09, 2010


The tool is simple enough, but the little extra details make it much easier to use and with great results. The bottom of the cylinder is lined with a silicone ring that cushions your finish-- that's a nice touch. Very easy to remove knobs and bushings in a controlled, casual way.

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