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These are inexpensive versions of our Tool Kit tools that you can use for installing, regulating and adjusting Loveland and Camac levers and Dusty Strings threaded bridge pins. For basic instructions and a list of which tools will be helpful for your particular harp, download our General Lever Harp Regulation sheet. More detailed instructions can be found in our Levering and Regulation Guide Book.
If you have an older Dusty harp with round bridge pins, only the 1/4" open end wrench and the 7/64" ball driver will be of use to you. The other tools are specific to our threaded bridge pins. You can easily tell the difference because the threaded bridge pins have a hexagonal shape on the end, and the round ones are cylindrical.
Note: Some medium bridge pins may be crowded too closely to other hardware for the 5/32" nut driver to fit. In those cases, use the 5/32" open end wrench instead.
If you're trying to solve a specific problem and aren't sure which tool you need, feel free to contact us for help. If you want to make sure you have the tools on hand to solve any lever adjustment, regulation, or buzzing string issue, you can find the complete list here under your harp's number of strings, type of sharping levers, and threaded vs. round bridge pins.
26-string Dusty harp with Loveland levers and threaded bridge pins
26-string Dusty harp with Camac levers and threaded bridge pins
26-string Dusty harp with Loveland levers and round bridge pins
32-, 34-, or 36-string Dusty harp with Loveland levers and threaded bridge pins
32-, 34-, or 36-string Dusty harp with Camac levers and threaded bridge pins
32-, 34-, or 36-string Dusty harp with Loveland levers and round bridge pins