Truss rod tool

Started by DaveyO, April 01, 2024, 08:04:07 PM

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Just purchased a D03 on guitar Center website
Should be getting it this week
It's 1996
Does anybody know if I have to use the old rod tool or the new one?
Thanks in advance

The old "J" style
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You can always use an allen wrench too. That's what I do with my older Larrivees because I don't want to buy the tool.
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Wow, thanks guys
I'll use allen wrenching if that works
If the guitar even needs it
Dave

Or take an allen wrench and bend it into a J shape?   :humour:
Larrivee P-03
Epiphone USA Texan
2023  Larrivee L-09

I've been useing original wrench SOOO what size allan.
A REPAIRPERSON,Barefoot Rob gone to a better place
OM03PA.98 L10 Koa
Favorite saying
 OB LA DE OB LA DA,LIFE GOES ON---BRA,It is what it is,You just gotta deal it,
One By One The Penguins Steal My Sanity, Keith and Barefoot Rob on youtube
Still unclrob
#19
12 people ignoring me,so cool
rpjguitarworks
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