Pocket Truss Rod Wrenches

Pocket Truss Rod Wrenches

Pocket Truss Rod Wrenches For 1/4" nut

For 1/4" nut

Item # 6104
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$9.81

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Pocket Truss Rod Wrenches For 9/32" nut

For 9/32" nut

Item # 6105
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Pocket Truss Rod Wrenches For 5/16" Gibson nut

For 5/16" Gibson nut

Item # 6106
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Pocket Truss Rod Wrenches

About This Item

Pocket-size steel hex wrenches that fit in your guitar case. The 1-1/8" (28.58mm) socket is tapered to fit into recessed truss rod access cavities.

For 5/16" Gibson and other hex truss rod nut sizes.

Our veteran guitar technicians developed these high quality steel truss rod wrenches for the repair shop. The length, durability, and variety of sizes let you perform truss rod adjustments efficiently.

Not all truss rod cavities are the same width. Make sure the wrench will fit your cavity by comparing the outer diameter of the wrench barrel to your guitar.

Wrench Outer diameter
#6104 For 1/4" nut 0.385" (9.78mm)
#6105 For 9/32" nut 0.405" (10.29mm)
#6106 For 5/16" nut 0.436" (11.07mm)


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5.0

Handy tools!

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I have several instruments with different size truss rods and this set deals with all of them!

4.0

Works Well, but Hex Truss Wrench might be better for Peavey T-40

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I bought this and the 5/16 hex truss rod wrench (item 6103) at the same time. I had a Peavey T-40 bass with the truss rod sticking up so high through the nut that a normal Gibson style wrench wasn't deep enough to turn it. The Pocket Wrench looks a little bit deeper than the Hex, but in application, the Hex wrench was able to get at the nut, and the Pocket wrench couldn't. I'd say try item 6103 first for most situations. It's about the same price and is a nicer long wrench. I'm sure the Pocket wrench would come in handy for some guitars I'm not familiar with, but for the Peavey the Hex was better.

5.0

Hard to find locally.

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Works like a charm on my Gibson Triumph bass.

5.0

Perfect!

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Just what I needed.

3.0

Doesn't Fit Peavey Foundation Bass

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Tool is good quality but I bought it for a Peavey Foundation Bass and it didn't fit. I tried removing some of the wood with a dremel tool but kept breaking bits because of the tight fit. A machine shop will try to grind it down so I can use it with the Foundaton Bass. It went right on the truss rod of my Gibson SG so if you have a guitar with reasonable access it is a good addition to the tool box.

5.0

great finish

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Perfect size for guitar case. Very well made.

5.0

Tool fit the job. Thanks!

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I bought this wrench for my 1991 Les Paul Studio which had a very tight space for the truss rod nut and other wrenches I had would not work. I didn't want to mess up the guitar by trying to jam needle nose pliers in there or anything else. This fit perfectly. Now my action is back in tip top shape! Thanks!

4.0

Handy.

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I bought this wrench to tweak a Yamaha RBX 200 bass neck and it works well so far. Well made product. Shipping cost was more than product. Delivered in 7 days not 2 to 4 days as promised.

5.0

Excellent quality but it will not fit truss rod area for adjustment on my ES335

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The wrench is high quality but I could not use it because the circumference will not allow me to access my truss rod nut. I could rhem out the area to make it fit... but instead I went to my local hardware store and found a 5/16 nut driver that had thinner walls and was able to get it to fit.

3.0

Too large to fit in the head slot for my OMI Hound Dog.

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The truss rod wrench is a nice little tool but it did not fit into the head slot for my OMI Hound Dog Dobro.

I wasn't sure if it would work or not when I bought it but the socket is too long to fit into the slot. It is no fault of the tool, just a tight spot for the truss rod.

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