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Link tools for tuning instruments.

Link Tools International (USA), Inc.; (847) 767-5570;; $59.99-249.99.

Link Tools offers a convenient way for musicians to tune their instruments without calling in a specialist. With its unique locking system, a diagonal pin automatically locks all tools together, giving the user a customized tool for specific tasks.

For example, for accessing hard-to-reach locations, the Link Tool can access up to fifteen inches of reach and can be assembled into multiple lengths and angles. When tightening instruments before performing, the Link UniDriver Quick-Lock system offers versatility by acting as a universal drive tool that connects at both ends and combines the functionality of a speeder, an extension, a screwdriver and a nut driver. It also can be driven with all the force of a ratchet, locking from hand-to-work.

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Title Annotation:Link Tools International; Music Marketplace
Publication:American Music Teacher
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Oct 1, 2003
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