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I have the complete set, plus every size radius insert (0, 6, 7.25, 9.5, 10, 12, 14, 16 & 20). Jaws is a professional fretting tool with a self-leveling upper caul that adjusts easily to any neck. It includes five interchangeable 2-1/2" brass inserts, grooved to fit over the fretwire crown. The inserts match popular fretwire radii: 7-1/4", 9-1/2", 12" and 16", and a special 6"-radius insert holds down the fret ends for gluing.
Jaws is a durable steel tool that's easily adjustable. It has a 4-position coarse opening adjustment, plus fine thumbwheel adjustment for clamping pressure. A clamp release lever unlocks the tool. Jaws opens to approximately 2-1/2" (63.50mm) to accommodate any instrument neck.
Why press frets? Pressing the frets can save time and produce more consistent results. That's why it's the method that's widely used in guitar production. Pressed-in frets are less likely to have loose ends and uneven heights, because there's none of the recoil produced by hammer blows. Check it out here:http://www.stewmac.com/shop/Fretting_supplies/Pressing/Jaws_Handheld_Fret_Press/Jaws.html
Plus 478" of fretwire, .110" wide x .055" high x .074" tang. Enough for about eleven guitars. I've used the Jaws twice, so it's like new.
Jaws, $176. Fretwire, $27. Calling works best, David 707.721.9669, firstname.lastname@example.org
for further description.
Please private message David for contact details or further information.
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on Sun Jul 01, 2012 7:11 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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These are good tools for pressing frets into the fingerboard. It takes a bit of practice but not rocket science, and can produce great results.
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