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JP Tools Guitar Tool  

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This is the precision-crafted tool for guitar set-up junkies and adjust-a-maniacs. Slip Farley's Deluxe Guitar Tool out of its rugged nylon webbing sheath and you can instantly feel and see the... Click To Read More About This Product

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Gear returned in mint condition. If you're looking for a virtually new instrument in possibly less-than-perfect packaging, this is a great value.
  • Includes 45-Day, No-Hassle Returns
  • Includes full manufacturer's warranty
Gear returned in great condition, with only minor signs of use, such as slight scuffs or pick marks. It looks and plays like new and may be considered an equivalent to display units found in retail stores.
  • Includes 45-Day, No-Hassle Returns
  • Includes full manufacturer's warranty
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$2599.00
 
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Overview

This is the precision-crafted tool for guitar set-up junkies and adjust-a-maniacs. Slip Farley's Deluxe Guitar Tool out of its rugged nylon webbing sheath and you can instantly feel and see the quality. It starts at the tip with the patented carbide steel cutting blade--the strongest blade made--capable of industrial-level work.

The hardened steel tool body is rough-and-ready, but has nicely rounded edges for a soft, easy grip. And you'll get your best set-ups ever with the professional-quality black anodized steel Allen wrenches (.050mm, 1.5mm, 2.5mm, 3mm), Phillips head screwdriver, flat head screwdriver, and bridge pin puller that tuck inconspicuously into the handles.

What users are saying about the Deluxe Guitar Tool:

"It's the Swiss Army knife for the guitar player"
-Eric Mantel: guitar virtuoso, Chicago guitar legend, recording artist

"This tool rocks"
-Fred Kowalo: long-time guitar tech for Zakk Wylde and Boogie Street Guitars

"Farley's Guitar Tool cuts like a hot knife through butter and the additional tools located in the handles are a huge bonus!"
-Adam Reiver: Floyd Rose Guitars

Features
  • Precision-crafted tool
  • Patented carbide steel cutting blade
  • Hardened steel tool body with rounded edges
  • Tools fold into handles
  • Professional-quality bits: Allen wrenches (.050 1.5mm, 2.5mm, 3mm), bridge pin puller, Phillips head screwdriver, flat head screwdriver
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JP ToolsGuitar Tool
 
3.4

(based on 10 reviews)

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Best Tool for Money

You cannot get any better than the JP Guitar Tool. Ive used mine, probably 50 times in the first week, and its outstanding. Although the JP Guitar Tool could use a couple more...Read complete review

You cannot get any better than the JP Guitar Tool. Ive used mine, probably 50 times in the first week, and its outstanding. Although the JP Guitar Tool could use a couple more items (a small wrench, and better cutters) its perfect, nothing better.

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Awkward

This multitool is great in that it provides a decent selection of tools for working on your guitar. It also feels solid and high quality. Unfortunately, aside from the string cutter, the tools...Read complete review

This multitool is great in that it provides a decent selection of tools for working on your guitar. It also feels solid and high quality. Unfortunately, aside from the string cutter, the tools are awkward to use, as they are attached to the tool itself. Making it even more awkward, the tool does not lock closed, with the arms close together and the string cutter closed. If it did, it would be more compact in your hand and easier to use. As it is, it adds to the awkwardness. It is tough tool with a lot of options. I probably would not buy it again or recommend it, however. Instead, I would opt for individual tools.

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(10 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best Tool for Money

By Conner

from Redmond Washington

Comments about JP Tools Guitar Tool:

You cannot get any better than the JP Guitar Tool. Ive used mine, probably 50 times in the first week, and its outstanding. Although the JP Guitar Tool could use a couple more items (a small wrench, and better cutters) its perfect, nothing better.

(9 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Everything you need on the go

By Ryan33

from NJ

Comments about JP Tools Guitar Tool:

This little guitar tool will make your life so much easier. It has all of the right tools at the right size for our guitar. No matter what you have to do, whether it be adjust the truss rod, or fix your bridge, you can do it with this tool. Fits really well in your pocket or in a guitar case. I bring it everywhere I go with my guitar.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Farleys Guitar Tool

By Michael

from Texas

Comments about JP Tools Guitar Tool:

Pretty handy tool. String cutter works ok and the peg puller works good. Haven't used any of the other wrench or driver tips yet but this tool should do just about all you need to work on the guitars. Very handy.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Awkward

By ck

from Tempe, AZ

Comments about JP Tools Guitar Tool:

This multitool is great in that it provides a decent selection of tools for working on your guitar. It also feels solid and high quality. Unfortunately, aside from the string cutter, the tools are awkward to use, as they are attached to the tool itself. Making it even more awkward, the tool does not lock closed, with the arms close together and the string cutter closed. If it did, it would be more compact in your hand and easier to use. As it is, it adds to the awkwardness. It is tough tool with a lot of options. I probably would not buy it again or recommend it, however. Instead, I would opt for individual tools.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Good for On the go

By Dylan G

from Muncie, IN

Comments about JP Tools Guitar Tool:

This tool is heavy duty and crafted with function, not appearance in mind. In most situations I will use the tools laying around my house to work on my guitar...but when you travel this is very handy because it has everything you could practically need to adjust/repair your guitar. I havn't used it much but the tool seems very durable.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Just get something different.

By Jolanta Dlugowska

from New Jersey

Comments about JP Tools Guitar Tool:

I bought this a while ago to cut down the amount of tools I would have to carry around and almost immediately went back to my old, separate tools. The cutter is dull and can't cut through anything thinner than 11 gauge (high E on my guitar, B on my bandmate's guitar) string. The tools in the handles couldn't have been positioned or mounted any worse, sometimes they just pop back into the handle when used. when I was putting Ernie Ball Superlocks on my guitar a while back and the screwdriver just snapped back into place when I was rotating the tool and the weird useless ring on the bottom of the handle made a nice dent in the body of my guitar. Even then the tool is incredibly awkward to handle and everything takes 10x as long as with traditional tools. Don't even try to adjust intonation on your saddles with this thing because its so large and cumbersome you just won't be able to. Overall everything about this was flawed. Good concept but terribly manufactured/designed.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Waste of money

By Jim Gilland

from OH

Comments about JP Tools Guitar Tool:

I've had this since Christmas, and it no longer can cut guitar strings after maybe 3 string changes. The screwdrivers and allen keys threaten to scratch a guitar by their placement with respect to the handles. I feel sorry for the person who got it for me as a gift.

 
5.0

JP GUITAR TOOL

By GAVTONE

from LOS ANGELES

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Functional
  • Good Quality

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Concerts

    Comments about JP Tools Guitar Tool:

    I LOVE THIS TOOL. I CARRY IT EVERYWARE. BEST ALL IN ONE TOOL YET. GREAT CUTTERS AND I LOVE THE ACOUSTIC BRIDGE PIN PULLERS !!!!!!!

    (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    great handy little tool

    By Mack

    from Lodi, CA

    Comments about JP Tools Guitar Tool:

    very durable, well put together. it was slightly larger than i thought it would be but it's not too big at all. string cutter is very strong. also comes with a nice little pouch to protect it and your guitar if its sitting in your case. only suggestion i have would be to throw a string winder on there (if anyone can think of a way to do that without making it too bulky..) and maybe small-scale ruler markings along the edge for measuring action.

    (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    1.0

    Works Once, Then Breaks

    By Andrew

    from Laguna Niguel, CA

    Comments about JP Tools Guitar Tool:

    This is an unreliable and extremely poorly crafted tool. Where can I start with the failure? 1) The String Cutter The string cutter worked for about three sets of string changes. Then the actual blades chipped so that part of the tool became worthless. 2) The Screwdrivers The screwdrivers don't slide out nicely like in a swiss army knife. They are held fast by another screw, and it's either too hard to unfasten or too loose while attempting to screw anything. Also, the jutting edges make it very uncomfortable for long unscrewing sessions like changing pickguards. 3) The Bridge Pin Puller This part is AOK. 4) The allen wrenches The smallest allen wrench is used for tightening the tremolo arm on my PRS, but because the entire tool is so large, you have to take off the allen keys unless you want to risk scratching your guitar (which is easy due to all the unrounded edges on this tool.) Also, there's not an allen wrench large enough to adjust the truss rod.

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