#3
Buy a new one....or you can use a pair of pliers if you are careful, but you will probably(definitely) scrape your hardware, it works in an emergency though
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#4
Um, just go to a hardware store and buy new ones.. they come in standard sizes.
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#5
Buy more allen keys, they're not exactly expensive.
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#6
I have this one big Allen Key set thing. It has dozens of different sizes in one thing.
Sort of like this, but with alot more keys on it.

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#7
Quote by nebiru
I have this one big Allen Key set thing. It has dozens of different sizes in one thing.
Sort of like this, but with alot more keys on it.



I have this. Its great because its big enough so that i dont loose it.
#8
Quote by Chaosinborn
I have this. Its great because its big enough so that i dont loose it.


Yep and you can adjust all the different sizes on your guitar without searching for ****. I love that thing.
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#9
Quote by nebiru
Yep and you can adjust all the different sizes on your guitar without searching for ****. I love that thing.


I HATE that thing because its too big to undo the string locks on a FR without wearing the finish.
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#10
Quote by bartdevil_metal
I HATE that thing because its too big to undo the string locks on a FR without wearing the finish.


I never had this problem with mine.
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