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GTMM2 Guitar Multi-Tool
At less than three inches long, the "Mini-Multi" is the world's smallest multi-tool for guitar and bass! Some players don't always adjust truss rods, so we removed those sizes (dont worry, our popular GTMLT1 Multi-Tool handles them) and took a deep-dive into sizes need for tremolo systems as well as action, pickup height, and other basic work. It includes hex wrenches, screwdrivers, and a precision ruler for bridges and everything else on the guitar. Finally, we included a super-handy bottle opener for those important moments when you need it. Like all our products, both inch and metric sizes are provided for fit on virtually all makes and models of guitars and basses. Tools are pro-grade and absolutely dependable. Patents issued and pending.
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY ABOUT US
Awesome music shop! Very clean, not crowded. Lots of guitars for everyone's musical taste. The staff is super nice, and very informative. I can't say enough good things about Picker's Alley! Thank you so much for serving Southwestern Ontario with such awesome service!!
Great music store. Messaged them about a sale item and they put the last one aside for me until I could get there to purchase.
Tony is by far the best customer service rep around, He knows his stuff, and is always willing to go above and beyond, I only go to pickers alley, for all my musical needs!!
Excellent service, in one word they know what they are doing just tell them your requirement and budget. Don't worry about price if you see it online it's the same price here in offline too. Best thing is the owner's humour and focus on your requirement more than the sales of the store.
Very very happy and satisfied and will be back for additional requirements.
What a great selection of guitars and amps. Staff is very knowledgeable and friendly. If they don't have what you need chances are they can source it for you. Prices are as competitive as big box music stores so there is no need to look elsewhere. I will continue to support local when I can.