Luthier's Digital Caliper

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Luthier's Digital Caliper

Our Luthier's Digital Caliper is a step above the normal hardware store caliper. With steel construction and completely upgraded professional features, this precision fretting tool will be on your bench for a lifetime.

Customized for fretwork and more!
We added a custom jaw notch for accurately measuring fretwire crown height (the height above the fretboard). This is essential for comparing new wire to original wire. And thanks to a great idea by repairman Frank Ford, we've also added a notch on the depth gauge to measure fret height on the instrument—a real time saver.

The most precise work you've ever done
But these pro calipers are for more than just fretting! These upgraded calipers will let you do any job with extreme accuracy.

Pro-level features:

  • Solid stainless steel construction
  • Lockable jaws
  • Micro-adjustable thumbwheel
  • And 3 types of measurement readouts—inches, millimeters, AND fractions!

Additional features:

  • Measures fret height before AND after fret installation
  • Accurate 0.0005" (0.01mm) resolution
  • Measures outside, inside, and depth dimensions
  • Durable plastic storage case included
  • CR2032 battery included

They're extemely handy for lots of other measuring jobs in the shop—nuts, saddles, tuners, tool setups and more—this caliper has long-life stainless steel jaws. Featuring LCD digital readouts in inches, millimeters or fractions, it measures outside, inside and depth dimensions up to 6" (154mm), with super-accurate 0.0005" (0.01mm) resolution. The jaws can be locked at any position.

These heavy duty calipers and made for daily use in a busy shop. Just getting started? Our Luthier's Featherweight Digital Caliper is perfect for apprentices, students, or your traveling tool kit. They're a super-affordable way to start doing more accurate work.

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