#1
Looking for a specific Guitar Tool with allen wrenches (possibly other tools) for my Floyd Rose that mounts to the back of my headstock. I've Googled a bit and can't find what I'm looking for. I've seen this tool a bit just from going to shows and school.

Any help finding this thing online to buy would be great, it would be so convenient to have my tools close when I tune.

Thanks!
-Monty
Guitar: Original Parker Fly Classics - Flextone HD - POD
Bass: Schecter Studio 4 - POD XT pro
#3
Allan Key set usually come with some sort of case. Mount this to headstock with velcro?
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What a load of rubbish. Just punch him in the ****ing shins.
#7
Quote by CudOfCow
Those screws look dangerous, make sure to drill pilot holes. yikes...



I know right.... but it's not going anyhwere.
#9
Quote by WtrPlyr
They probably go right through your headstock


I was thinking that too, but the wrench block holder is pretty thick. Looks like about half (or less) of the screw would poke out the other side of it.
#10
You could always grab shorter screws too, as not to risk it.
I'm Joel. I play guitar. I am a student. I look at the cost of tuition, not in a dollar value, but in the guitars I'm sacrificing now, to be able to buy later.
#11
jj1565 posted a link that has a guitar tool which is the better color... I wonder how secure the wrenches are attached for hard thrashing?

Thanks for the link 667, the only thing that bothers me is that to secure those allen wrenches tightly, i know need to carry a flathead screwdriver... unless 'handtight' will hold them... I'd have to hear a user testimonial to trust it... plus I'd like black not chrome... either way i couldn't find either of these on my own, thanks so much for your time!!!

And yes, I'd use my own screws after measuring the tool and headstock

-Monty
Guitar: Original Parker Fly Classics - Flextone HD - POD
Bass: Schecter Studio 4 - POD XT pro