I thought I would use these more than I do (in my small repair shop) but I don't. They are a little big and heavy for instrument work, and I find a lot of output jacks, for example, don't fit. I end up using the ESP multi spanner way more often.
These are quite nice to have around. I haven't had them very long, but I have already used them a few times and I foresee that they will get used a bunch in the future. They work great for all my nut tighening needs.
Same positive thoughts as others have shared. Driver has deep sockets for dealing with peg head and knob posts. Must have for doing basic guitar work.
I use these tools every single day and don't have to think twice. They've become second nature to me. I wrote the sizes with a Sharpie on the handles for even quicker use!
I bought a 3 sets of these for the workbenches in my workshop, thinking I was being a bit extravagant, but they earn their keep all day long. I have them in home made stands in front of me on each bench and it means I can just grab the right size wrench for the job every time , which is super convenient & efficient (especially if working in front of the customer). These are the 3 sizes that you need time and time again, and they'll last forever!
Really good, although I'm not sure what the T-bar construction adds to their usefulness.
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