ESP Multi Spanner

ESP Multi Spanner

ESP Multi Spanner

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ESP Multi Spanner

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Handy pocket-size wrench.
Quickly fixes loose jacks, pots, switches and tuners.

Store this versatile little steel wrench in your guitar case and you can quickly fix a loose output jack, control pot, pickup switch or tuning machine. Turn adjustable bridge thumbwheels more easily, too. One end of the Multi Spanner is toothed for loosening a nut; the other end tightens it. A mere .075" (1.90mm) thin, the tool can fit under a control knob and is specially angled for clearance over a guitar body or peghead.

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5.0

Must have this tool!

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Verified Buyer


Keep it handy... You will use it

5.0

ESP multi spanner

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Verified Buyer


I got this for my guitar case and it works great.

5.0

Great little tool

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Verified Buyer


Takes a little time to get used to it, but its very versatile. Perfect for setting string height without killing your fingers trying to turn the little wheel, when the strings are tuned to pitch.

5.0

Sweet

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Verified Buyer


Worth buying. Does exactly what it should.

5.0

A Versatile Tool For All

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Verified Buyer


Very handy around the bench and on the gig, so I bought two!

5.0

Awesome tool for guitars, amps

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Verified Buyer


This little tool is worth a ton. It s great for guitars, amps, and probably many other things i just have not discovered. It tightens loose nuts is thin enough to reach under the knobs. Yet strong enough to handle pretty much any thing. Lifts bell shaped knobs without destroying them. I can’t think of a more useful tool.

3.0

Multi Spanner Not exactly what I'd hoped for

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Verified Buyer


For years I've used a pair of pliers to tighten the nuts on my tuning machines. Last year I bought a new guitar and for some reason the tuning nuts keep getting loose. Since pliers are a bit hard to use for this job I thought I'd give this tool a try. It does work, but not really much better than a pair of pliers when used for tuning key nuts. It still is hard to get a bite on the nut just like a pair of pliers. I do have a solution that I think would work better for this tool. If they could somehow put a rubber coating where the grooves/teeth are it would keep the tool from slipping while tightening while not stripping the nut. Just a thought. I have not used the tool for tightening the nuts under the volume/tone knobs, but I think it will work very well for that. Ok Stew-Mac I gave you my idea about rubberizing the teeth on this tool. I had thought about developing it myself, but you guys go ahead and do it. I don't have the tooling. I think it would work great.

Thanks
Derek

5.0

Right tool for the job

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Verified Buyer


Nothing more can be said than having the right tool for the job. If you don't want to mar the finish on your guitar or leave ghastly tool marks on your hardware than this is the tool to use. Really helpful on the deep nuts for Switch Craft toggles. I love them for there added security, but it definitely makes them stubborn to remove.

5.0

Awesome tool with plenty of uses around my shop

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Verified Buyer


I'm very glad I picked this tool up. This tool does a lot of different tasks and doesn't damage any finish on the instrument or metal. I've used it for height adjustment on a TOM bridge, tightening and loosening inputs toggle switches pots tuner bushings, and lifting off control knobs. I'm sure there's more it can be useful for.

5.0

Why did I wait soooo long for one?

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Verified Buyer


I can't believe that such a simple tool has so quickly become indispensable in my shop!

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