You'll find the right tool you need to perform truss rod adjustments more efficiently. Our money-saving set includes durable bench tools for the repair shop, and pocket-size truss rod wrenches that fit into your guitar case.
"These wrenches are great! They stay in my travel pack. When I meet artists/customers on the road, I have to be prepared for anything. I recommend this set to any pro tech." —Kelly Butler, Manager and Chief Luthier, First Act
SAVE on the set of 16. Here's what you get:
(3) Hex truss rod wrenches: 10-3/4" (27.31cm) length keeps your knuckles safely away from the peghead. Comfortable rubberized handle. For 5/16" (Gibson), 9/32" and 1/4" hex nuts. Hex wrenches are also sold separately.
(4) Allen truss rod wrenches: 12-1/2" (31.75cm) length gives plenty of peghead clearance. The Allen ball end also works at an angle, for getting into a recessed truss rod access cavity. Comfortable rubberized handle. For 1/8", 4mm, 3/16" and 5mm Allen nuts. Allen wrenches are also sold separately.
(5) Soundhole truss rod wrenches: Right-angle tools for easily adjusting an acoustic guitar neck through the soundhole. Comfortable rubberized handles. The Allen ball end lets you tilt the wrench for clearance over the top bracing when needed. The 4mm wrenches are for Hot Rod truss rods. Two 5mm wrenches adjust Martin guitars: the 2" (50.80mm) reach for pre-August 2007 Martins, and 4-1/2" (114.30mm) reach for Martins made after that date. Soundhole wrenches are also sold separately.
Truss rod wrench for Fender: The 3/8"-wide (9.52mm) flat blade has the right taper and size to adjust a traditional Fender truss rod efficiently, without marring the nut. 10-3/4" long (27.31cm), with comfortable rubberized handle. Fender wrench is also sold separately.
(3) Pocket truss rod wrenches: Compact tools with a 1-1/8" (28.58mm) "bullet" socket that fits into a recessed truss rod access cavity. For 5/16" (Gibson), 9/32" and 1/4" hex nuts. Pocket wrenches are also sold separately.