well its nice and effective in pulling pins. I think i have the albino "white colored puller" one..lol.
stewmac! when i order next time, give me the white one. i love it.
It's surprising how something so simple can save you so much time and trouble.Thanks Stewmac, no more scratched up bridge pins and bridges.
L'idée est bonne mais malheureusement, le trou est trop petit pour les "pin's" en "bone". Dommage.
Use this all the time, not only fits well over pins (If it's a larger head, just grip over with thumb & forefinger)!
Fantastic bit of kit!
Regards and Thanks, Chris, (Essex Guitar Services)
What a neat little idea- I'll keep one in every guitar case.
This tool is an essential piece of equipment for every person who owns a guitar with a pin bridge. In my workshop I spend at least a total of two hours every week digging broken pins from out of peg holes. Pliers, sidecutters, screwdrivers and a host of other inappropriate tools all lead to pin breakage and damage to the bridge timber. I recommend this item to every person whose guitar I service.
Put one on the key chain and the other in my guitar tool kit. Has worked on every guitar I've tried it on so far, Martin, Taylor, Gibson, Ovation. Fit can be snug but I prefer it that way. Cheap and useful, well worth the very minor cost.
i bought two of these - i left one stock and widened the opening on the other one. it would be nice if they came in a couple sizes - but that's getting pretty picky. works way better than the end of a string winder.
Works well when it fits and is better than pliers when the fit is not good. Indispensable in the workshop
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