The truss rod wrench and bracket head tightening wrench has a screw drive handle with a 1/4" socket wrench for easier banjo truss rod and head tension adjustments.
When tightening the head this wrench works on all standard size banjo head brackets nuts 1/4 inch size. 1/4 inch is the most common size for 1930's Gibson Mastertone designed banjos made by Deering, Huber, Nechville, Stelling, Gold Tone, Recording King, Goldstar, Morgan Monroe and other heavier standard Mastertone bluegrass banjo copies with one or two piece flange and flathead tone ring.
Adjusting your Banjo Truss Rod the 1/4 inch Screw Drive Wrench
This wrench for adjusting the banjo truss rod adjusts the curve of your banjo fingerboard. The longer length of the wrench keeps your hands and fingers away from the peghead for easier adjusting. It also has a comfortable soft rubber screw driver handle which makes truss adjustments on your banjo a lot easier.
Using the 1/4 inch Screw Drive Wrench to Tighten Your Banjo Head
This wrench also works great for tightening the banjo head to the correct tension easily with the 1/4 inch socket and the screw driver handle. The screw driver handle gives you more leverage, easier on and off the bracket nut and quicker tightening or the banjo head.
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