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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Stanford Guitar, Sep 23, 2020.
wind up pacemaker?
Nail file, pliers, scissors, box cutter, knife ... bottle opener ... screwdriver....
Can't beat it for versatility...
push comes to shove... end of the world tool to have is a good file. a set of files would be better. you got that and a junk car, you make the rest given enough time
Flat corner'd triangular fret file and the legendary Stu Mack knob popper. Ever cracked a top hat knob on a vintage Les Paul? I did, till I got this thing. Also lifts bridges for easy finger adjustment. Best 9 quid I've spent.
Probably a cliche at this point, but I must admit that I carry and use it every single day.
looks like my roadie toolkit back in the 70's - only we didn't have any cordless electric drills or winders. (which is why I didn't like those Rickenbacker 12's very much!)
Usually the one I can't find
I would recommend a chainsaw, but society seems to frown upon them, generally...
And they are as heavy, or heavier, than a Les Paul ...
My 20-year-old pink-handled Snap-On ratchet screwdriver.
Q) Why pink?
A) Easy to find and who's going to steal it.
Back in the day , this was the exact reason that I always has pink lighters . Never had one stolen .
OK , tool/s . For myself , it is my random access grey matter . Without it , all others are merely ornaments .
My Taylor acoustic. Don't need power, an amp or an electric guitar. Just an acoustic and strings.
I remember walking into a friend's auto repair shop and saying...Awwww...pink screwdrivers. Ain't you sweet.
He said, I haven't left one under the hood of a customer's car since I got 'em.
If you find out, let us know.
You're kidding, right?
An $80 string winder?
I've had my Global G-2 chef's knife in my hand for most of the meals I've cooked over the last 15 years. Other knives are good, but the Global is the one I understand.
Sounds boring, but my Klein Phillips screwdriver... If it's not in my tool pouch, I freak out.
I always keep one of these on my desk, it makes a great back scratcher, you can measure stuff with it, too:
My Grandfather's old antique hammer. It was given to me by my Grandma after my Grandfather passed away many years ago. I have many hammers, but that one is my go-to hammer.