ESP Multi Spanner

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

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ESP Multi Spanner

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ESP Multi Spanner

The thin steel Multi Spanner tightens-up jacks, tuners and control pots.


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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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esp multi ssanr

By Davey guitar from Warren, Michigan
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, November 20, 2011


Perfect...You just gotta have one of these....I use this as often as a phillips screwdriver......

A must

By p gaudreau from canada
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, November 18, 2011


a must tool for your shop or your gigbag

Not Quite Right

By Lane from Bay City, MI
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, October 27, 2011


Just received this little tool and although it might work for tighting nuts and making adjustments. What I really wanted it for was tighting under knobs. Sorry, If you have a PRS and Fender Strat and many others this is a useless tool if you are trying to get under the knobs. If you have knobs that are close to the body and not raise at least 1/8 of an inch then forget it you still have to take the knob off you guitar to tighten the nut. To me it's just not worth the price, I can do it the old way and spend my money on something more useful from Stew-Mac. Hope this helps anyone.

Comes in handy!

By philip.musiclover from Ontario, Canada
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, October 14, 2011


Received from Stew-Mac about a week ago. Used it to adjust my Gibson ES335, Les Paul and SG ...... now playing them is great fun!!!!!!

great tool

By terry chapman from UK
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, October 10, 2011


wasnt sure about this tool but decided to give it a try.
Im glad I did. Used properly, it wont mark or chew up nuts etc. Have used it dozens of times with no problems.

Not Useless

By Mike T. from North Carolina, USA
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, September 15, 2011


Before you bash it, read the description. "Store this versatile little steel wrench in your GUITAR CASE and you can quickly fix..." It does not say: Throw out all your other tools, this will do it all!!! This is a great little spanner to keep in your case or in a gig bag. I have used on guitars, amps, drums etc. Some times its not convenient to get out the 128 piece ratchet wrench set between songs. Just grab the ESP and tighten that tone pot, and jump into the next song.

ESP---> Encourage Some People.

By jiROck Custom from Philippines
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, September 08, 2011


This Multi spanner sucks! can do anything if you have corners, but not all the time... "curves".

ESP Multi Useless Tool

By Guitartec from Coventry, RI USA
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, August 20, 2011


I dislike being the bearer of negative news, BUT... I've been a tech for 34 years, and I work on guitars almost every day! I guess the only switch I could actually see this tool being useful in is if I needed to tighten a pot's nut and the knob was super glued onto the shaft. Other than that, I have better ways to do almost any job this tool is meant to make easier. Idunno, maybe someone out there can find a use for it. I can't

Awesome!

By Roger Almeida from Sao Paulo, Brazil
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, August 04, 2011


Very useful tool!

Worth it's weight in gold!

By Chucka from Melbourne, Australia
(Customer's Reviews) Tuesday, August 02, 2011


The most used tool in my workshop! Wonderful!!!!

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