- Precision Straight Edge for guitar/bass setup and repair
- Made in USA
- Stainless Steel
- Ground flat on both narrow surfaces
- .090" (2.2mm) thick
- ±.0015" accuracy over length
- Machined brushed finish
- Available in 12", 18" and 24" lengths (use drop down opton to pick length)
These straight edges are handy for checking neck straightness, truss rod adjustment, layout uses, tools setups, etc. It is outstanding for drawing or scribing straight lines and checking surfaces for straightness.
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Having a tried and true straight edge at your fingertips is paramount to any type of guitar repair or luthier work. After working with make shift straight edges for a while, I broke down and treated myself to a proper tool, this Philadelphia Luthier straight edge. I couldn't be happier with my purchase. Shipping was super fast. Great quality product, priced fairly. I'm a customer for life.
I ordered some setup tools from this company and it all made it to my home in K.C. in like 3 days. This straight edge is prolly gonna be my go to for the rest of my life. I am very happy with the tools I have ordered from these folks! I can only recommend them!
This makes measuring neck relief a breeze when combined with the Guitar Luthier Feeler Gauge set of 20.
No more capo on the first fret and holding a string down on the neck where it meets the body and then trying to measure all at the same time. The main issue I found with this method is that the string was not rigid enough and it was too easy to bend/lift the string with the feeler gauge.
There is no lifting of this straight edge!
Works great on 24.75" and 25.5" scale guitar necks.
Great piece, very well made at a really good price. you will have no regrets about purchasing this. Packed good and shipped fast. ( What more could you want).
Excellent straight edges! I have the notched straightedge & the fret rocker too. All are professionally machined & finished, & of suitably heavy stock. Just be VERY careful with their sharp edges! But this is as it should be, any chamfer on the edges reduces the practical accuracy of these tools. Use in controlled situations & revel in the knowledge that you get to win once in a while.