These days, musicians have the pleasure of choosing from a seemingly endless array of multi-function tools and power tools to make their musical journey easier. Just take a look through this catalog and you'll find general purpose tools ranging from homemade guitar pick makers to screwdriver sets, LED flashlights and even piano tuning hammers. In your rehearsal space or live on stage, you never know when you'll have to make a repair to your instrument, which is why it never hurts to have general purpose tools like the ones just mentioned.
Whether you came here with something in mind or are simply curious to see what kinds of tools are currently in stock, there's bound to be something that catches your attention in this section. Take for example the Music Nomad Cradle Cube - Neck Support for All Stringed Instruments. If you ever found yourself having to hold your guitar in your lap while you repaired it, you can wave goodbye to those days with this accessory on hand. The 5-in-1 Cradle Cube neck support is made of an innovative soft gel material and it features five varying heights and angles. Another unique tool in these pages is the Pick Punch Standard 351. This device produces guitar picks approximately 1-3/16" tall by 1-1/16" wide at top (ie: the regular pick shape that most players use). With the Pick Punch, you'll never have to worry about being without a guitar pick ever again.
Pianists have plenty of cool tools to choose from here as well. Firstly, there's the Grover-Trophy Pitchpipe Piano Tuning Hammer. Available in either a square or a star shaped head, this wrench will ensure your piano is always in tune before a practice or live performance. While you're at it, be sure to check out the Herco Screwdriver Set. Containing 2 Philips and 4 metric screwdrivers, this kit is ideal for any musician to have in their gear bag.
And your options just keep going from there. From mallets to string tiers to flashing mounts and more, these general purpose tools were designed with your musical aspirations in mind. And don't think you have to settle for only one item - after all, you never know when one of these tools might come in handy. And when that time comes, you'll be glad you had them on hand to give your instrument the quick tune-up it needs before show time.