I bought one of each for my Washburn BT-6. As it was, the 2.5mm was not necessary, but the 3.0mm was perfect for all the other hex screws on the guitar. I say almost perfect because I also bought this with the intention of carrying it on the Hex Wrench Clamp behind the guitar's head, but alas, it's too long!! It is a minor qualm, so, 5 stars.
I used it to set my guitar's intonation and it worked fine.
Most places don't sell single wrenches, but I knew Stew-Mac would. And I was right! Still using these - thanks Stew-Mac!
Loosing of these things around is always problem... This one i will try not to, sizes are great, recommended
glad to have a few extra of these... they do what they are supposed to do, not much else to say.
I swear since i picked up my rg550, my original edge bridge has not stayed in tune anywhere like it does since getting this. i know its just a tool and its hard to think this can make a major difference.
but my smaller allen keys always stripped real fast and apparently never tightened the way they do now. im not sure if its cause they're a little longer than the ones i've used.... but these get the tightness i need. without breaking strings from the nut! grab a few
A guitarist should always have a few of these on hand for action adjustment, locking tuners, and floating tremolo style bridges. These can handle high stress without stripping the tool.
Well, I don't exactly know how to review an Allen Wrench, since they all work the same. However, the long end is made longer, making it easier to make adjustments.
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