For all instruments - 132 mm
This innovative tool can reproduce the fretboard relief for instant localized fret leveling with the strings on™. No need to straighten the neck or remove the strings for leveling, unless you still want to level the frets the old way without the strings or/and with the neck set straight. With Buzz Killer single fret and spot leveler you can fix buzz very quickly. You won't need to stop playing! You can refinish the frets later, if not strictly necessary like on an average shop-repair. Its base can feature a sequence of abrasive and protective zones that will file down only the higher fret(s). You can simply place the base of the tool on an good working area adjacent to the buzz and adjust the tool so that the surface of the base comes in contact with all of the frets below. Then, place the tool in the buzzing area and level it. If the area to level is straight (e.g. neck relief set to zero) the BUZZ Killer can be also left straight. Thanks to its adjustability it can work also like a "copy and paste" tool that replaces any bad working shape of a fretboard area with a nearby good working one. Abrasive and protective areas of the tool base can be arranged depending on quantity of the frets that need to be leveled. It can level also one fret at a time in each area of the fretboard, adjusted substantially straight or curved as desired. It comes preloaded with #320 grit abrasive plus a refill roll. BUZZ Killer spot fret leveling tool has been selling worldwide since 2011. Generally, it comes set straight.
The BUZZ Killer tool has been provided with both materials arranged in a PLANAR surface since 2011. It is covered also in the manual provided to worldwide customers since 2011. Described is a method for arranging or adjusting the different types of areas in a way that they all result in a unique planar surface. A method to check their level against another planar surface with a backlight source has been provided since the beginning. Here is the BUZZ Killer manual including how abrasive and non-abrasive materials can be arranged planar.
"The sandpaper can be in just the center or across the whole bottom of the “beam” depending on how many frets need to be knocked down."
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The Buzz Killer Tool is protected under U.S. Patent number 9,224,369