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Essential Hand Tools Toolbox - price dependent on choices

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The Essential Hand Tools Toolbox is designed to help you get the necessities with a 10% discount. There are requirements to qualify for the discount. They are as follows:

Chisels/Gouge - 1 required

Planes - 1 required

Scrapers - 2 required

Rasps and Razor Files - 1 required

Reamers - 1 required

Knives/Saws - 2 required

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3 chisels are required to qualify for the discount, but, of course, the discount applies if you purchase more than 3. 

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  • Chisel, 2 mm (ref: CH2)

    LMI chisels, with beautifully designed hardwood handles, are as good as can be found anywhere in the world. Hand-forged and tempered with an average Rockwell hardness reading of 61HRC, our maker guarantees specific hardness tolerances, and stamps our initials on the blade and charges us for the extra quality control. The blades are hard, but they are tough too–not nearly as brittle as many of the good Japanese chisels—perfect for instrument making. The small German foundry that makes these blades, uses the very best steel. Few, if any brands, hold an edge like these chisels do. 

    $48.21
    Chisel, 2 mm (ref: CH2)

    $48.21
  • Chisel, 3 mm (ref: CH3)

    LMI chisels, with beautifully designed hardwood handles, are as good as can be found anywhere in the world. Hand-forged and tempered with an average Rockwell hardness reading of 61HRC, our maker guarantees specific hardness tolerances, and stamps our initials on the blade and charges us for the extra quality control. The blades are hard, but they are tough too–not nearly as brittle as many of the good Japanese chisels—perfect for instrument making. The small German foundry that makes these blades, uses the very best steel. Few, if any brands, hold an edge like these chisels do. 

    $48.21
    Chisel, 3 mm (ref: CH3)

    $48.21
  • Chisel, 6 mm (ref: CH6)

    LMI chisels, with beautifully designed hardwood handles, are as good as can be found anywhere in the world. Hand-forged and tempered with an average Rockwell hardness reading of 61HRC, our maker guarantees specific hardness tolerances, and stamps our initials on the blade and charges us for the extra quality control. The blades are hard, but they are tough too–not nearly as brittle as many of the good Japanese chisels—perfect for instrument making. The small German foundry that makes these blades, uses the very best steel. Few, if any brands, hold an edge like these chisels do. 

    $48.21
    Chisel, 6 mm (ref: CH6)

    $48.21
  • Chisel, 10 mm (ref: CH10)

    LMI chisels, with beautifully designed hardwood handles, are as good as can be found anywhere in the world. Hand-forged and tempered with an average Rockwell hardness reading of 61HRC, our maker guarantees specific hardness tolerances, and stamps our initials on the blade and charges us for the extra quality control. The blades are hard, but they are tough too–not nearly as brittle as many of the good Japanese chisels—perfect for instrument making. The small German foundry that makes these blades, uses the very best steel. Few, if any brands, hold an edge like these chisels do. 

    $48.21
    Chisel, 10 mm (ref: CH10)

    $48.21
  • Chisel, 14 mm (ref: CH14)

    LMI chisels, with beautifully designed hardwood handles, are as good as can be found anywhere in the world. Hand-forged and tempered with an average Rockwell hardness reading of 61HRC, our maker guarantees specific hardness tolerances, and stamps our initials on the blade and charges us for the extra quality control. The blades are hard, but they are tough too–not nearly as brittle as many of the good Japanese chisels—perfect for instrument making. The small German foundry that makes these blades, uses the very best steel. Few, if any brands, hold an edge like these chisels do. 

    $48.21
    Chisel, 14 mm (ref: CH14)

    $48.21
  • Chisel, 18 mm (ref: CH18)

    LMI chisels, with beautifully designed hardwood handles, are as good as can be found anywhere in the world. Hand-forged and tempered with an average Rockwell hardness reading of 61HRC, our maker guarantees specific hardness tolerances, and stamps our initials on the blade and charges us for the extra quality control. The blades are hard, but they are tough too–not nearly as brittle as many of the good Japanese chisels—perfect for instrument making. The small German foundry that makes these blades, uses the very best steel. Few, if any brands, hold an edge like these chisels do. 

    $53.46
    Chisel, 18 mm (ref: CH18)

    $53.46
  • Chisel, 25 mm (ref: CH25)

    LMI chisels, with beautifully designed hardwood handles, are as good as can be found anywhere in the world. Hand-forged and tempered with an average Rockwell hardness reading of 61HRC, our maker guarantees specific hardness tolerances, and stamps our initials on the blade and charges us for the extra quality control. The blades are hard, but they are tough too–not nearly as brittle as many of the good Japanese chisels—perfect for instrument making. The small German foundry that makes these blades, uses the very best steel. Few, if any brands, hold an edge like these chisels do. 

    $62.19
    Chisel, 25 mm (ref: CH25)

    $62.19
  • Gouge for heel carving (ref: GCS25)

    With a number 5 sweep and a 1" blade, this is a tool that Mario Passos from Rio de Janeiro insisted that we reintroduce. Mario said that for him it cut the task of carving the heel in half. Made of the same excellent high-carbon, hand-forged steel as in our fine chisel, this gouge takes and holds an edge like no other. A hardness of 62-63C Rockwell usually means brittleness. But with these blades toughness is built in. Mounted with our large, comfortable "Rosewood-like" handle, the gouge can be gripped with both hands for really leaning into the work.

    $84.03
    Gouge for heel carving (ref: GCS25)

    $84.03
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1 plane/spokeshave is required for the discount. 

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  • Block plane, low angle (ref: PLBA)

    We experimented with a few less expensive planes and found that this one performed well. This plane can be used on plastic, laminates, end grain, edges and touch-up work on any flat surface. The low angle blade is fully supported, thus minimizing annoying blade vibrations. It is accurately machined and finished with a durable high gloss enamel. The cutter sits at 13½ degrees. Overall plane length is six inches.

    $70.28
    Block plane, low angle (ref: PLBA)

    $70.28
  • D'Angelico plane, large sole (ref: PLDL)

    These silicon-bronze planes are a study in cooperation. They are based on patterns from Jimmy D'Aquisto's round sole planes for carving archtops and backs that were originally given to him by John D'Angelico. They've were worked, reworked and refined with input from Steven Andersen, Steve Klein, Bob Benedetto, Marc Maingard, Guy Rabut, and Steven Marchione. The high carbon steel blades made by Ron Hock are about a third thicker than standard blades and offer more stability and closer throat settings.

    $140.17
    D'Angelico plane, large sole (ref: PLDL)

    $140.17
  • D'Angelico plane, small sole (ref: PLDS)

    These silicon-bronze planes are a study in cooperation. They are based on patterns from Jimmy D'Aquisto's round sole planes for carving archtops and backs that were originally given to him by John D'Angelico. They've were worked, reworked and refined with input from Steven Andersen, Steve Klein, Bob Benedetto, Marc Maingard, Guy Rabut, and Steven Marchione. The high carbon steel blades made by Ron Hock are about a third thicker than standard blades and offer more stability and closer throat settings.

    $134.59
    D'Angelico plane, small sole (ref: PLDS)

    $134.59
  • Ibex finger plane (ref: PLI30)

    Designed by Irving Sloane, this instrument makers' finger plane is made of silicon bronze - harder than the typical brass. There is no lateral blade movement because of rear shoulder cutout tracks. Slightly rounded soles of heavy thickness permit making curves more acute or flattened. A fine mouth opening matches the curve of the blade for maximum cutting efficiency. German-made chrome vanadium blades, toothed or standard, hold a fine cutting edge. The smooth blade is included with the plane. Toothed blades are available separately.

    $68.75
    Ibex finger plane (ref: PLI30)

    $68.75
  • Palm plane-flat soled (ref: PLP)

    This is easily the most useful small plane that we offer...especially considering its low price! This German-made small plane is used for planing braces, truing the sides and kerfing to fit the back to the side rim, and a multitude of other tasks.

    $26.32
    Palm plane-flat soled (ref: PLP)

    $26.32
  • Spokeshave, curved (ref: SPR)

    We carry both a flat and concave model both are for neck carving and various other shaping tasks. The flat model (SPF) has two brass adjusting screws for precise adjustment of depth of cut. Both are 10" long and have a 2 1/16" wide blade.

    $34.19
    Spokeshave, curved (ref: SPR)

    $34.19
  • Spokeshave, flat (ref: SPF)

    We carry both a flat and concave model both are for neck carving and various other shaping tasks. The flat model (SPF) has two brass adjusting screws for precise adjustment of depth of cut. Both are 10" long and have a 2 1/16" wide blade.

    $28.01
    Spokeshave, flat (ref: SPF)

    $28.01
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2 scrapers are required. The discount applies to all scrapers chosen!

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  • Card scraper, .4mm (ref: SC.4)

    Our Swedish steel card scrapers can be used for leveling the rosette to the top, for truing the purfling to the sides, top, and back, and for many other small jobs. The advantages over other smoothing tools are many: on hardwood they can leave a smooth surface with less effort and expense than sandpaper; they can plane curves, twists, and are very controllable for depth of cut; they take an incredibly fine shaving (it is possible to read through a Rosewood shaving); and they do not clog.

    • Use the thicker scrapers for heavier cutting
    • Use the thinner scrapers for finer cutting and working on small curved areas.
    $5.73
    Card scraper, .4mm (ref: SC.4)

    $5.73
  • Card scraper, .6mm (ref: SC.6)

    Our Swedish steel card scrapers can be used for leveling the rosette to the top, for truing the purfling to the sides, top, and back, and for many other small jobs. The advantages over other smoothing tools are many: on hardwood they can leave a smooth surface with less effort and expense than sandpaper; they can plane curves, twists, and are very controllable for depth of cut; they take an incredibly fine shaving (it is possible to read through a Rosewood shaving); and they do not clog.

    • Use the thicker scrapers for heavier cutting
    • Use the thinner scrapers for finer cutting and working on small curved areas.
    $5.73
    Card scraper, .6mm (ref: SC.6)

    $5.73
  • Card scraper, .8mm (ref: SC.8)

    Our Swedish steel card scrapers can be used for leveling the rosette to the top, for truing the purfling to the sides, top, and back, and for many other small jobs. The advantages over other smoothing tools are many: on hardwood they can leave a smooth surface with less effort and expense than sandpaper; they can plane curves, twists, and are very controllable for depth of cut; they take an incredibly fine shaving (it is possible to read through a Rosewood shaving); and they do not clog.

    • Use the thicker scrapers for heavier cutting
    • Use the thinner scrapers for finer cutting and working on small curved areas.
    $6.16
    Card scraper, .8mm (ref: SC.8)

    $6.16
  • Card scraper, 1mm (ref: SC1)

    Our Swedish steel card scrapers can be used for leveling the rosette to the top, for truing the purfling to the sides, top, and back, and for many other small jobs. The advantages over other smoothing tools are many: on hardwood they can leave a smooth surface with less effort and expense than sandpaper; they can plane curves, twists, and are very controllable for depth of cut; they take an incredibly fine shaving (it is possible to read through a Rosewood shaving); and they do not clog.

    • Use the thicker scrapers for heavier cutting
    • Use the thinner scrapers for finer cutting and working on small curved areas.
    $6.16
    Card scraper, 1mm (ref: SC1)

    $6.16
  • Swan neck scraper (ref: SCSW)

    The Swedish steel swan neck scraper is great for convex and concave areas. It measures approximately 1/2" x 6".

    $9.07
    Swan neck scraper (ref: SCSW)

    $9.07
  • Various shaped scrapers, set of 7 (ref: SCS2)

    Our various shaped scraper set includes 7 scrapers in nearly all sizes and curvatures needed. The largest scraper is 4 3/8" x 2"and the smallest is 1 1/2" x 1 3/16". Other sizes are proportional (as shown in photo). The scrapers are all .016" thick.

    $63.94
    Various shaped scrapers, set of 7 (ref: SCS2)

    $63.94
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  • Coarse rasp, No. 49 (ref: SPNRC)

    This rasp is ideal for final shaping and carving the neck and heel. It has both a flat and a convex surface. The cutting surface measures 9 1/4". The randomly placed teeth minimize chatter and chip loading and they are exceptionally aggressive. Though there are cheaper rasps available, for those guitar builders who wish to tool up with the finest available, there is no need to look any further.

    $60.11
    Coarse rasp, No. 49 (ref: SPNRC)

    $60.11
  • Fine rasp, No. 50 (ref: SPNRF)

    This rasp is ideal for final shaping and carving the neck and heel. It has both a flat and a convex surface. The cutting surface measures 9 1/4". The randomly placed teeth minimize chatter and chip loading and they are exceptionally aggressive. Though there are cheaper rasps available, for those guitar builders who wish to tool up with the finest available, there is no need to look any further.

    $74.20
    Fine rasp, No. 50 (ref: SPNRF)

    $74.20
  • Razor File, flat, extra-fine, Ebony handle, narrow (ref: F1FAE)

    Razor files re super-sharp due to their unique manufacturing process. The teeth are milled, then chemically etched and configured like a chip-breaker which also makes them much less prone to clogging. They cut smoothly like a file but can be aggressive like a rasp when you bear down on them. The teeth are arranged diagonally with gaps between them which means they take small narrow bites leaving a smoother surface than a typical rasp. They are hard and long-lasting. LMI has added a special touch by adding a handle to each file - buy one file or a complete set. These files will rust, so use normal precautions against rust. The files come wrapped in corrosion resistant paper.

    $31.98
    Razor File, flat, extra-fine, Ebony handle, narrow (ref: F1FAE)

    $31.98
  • Razor File, flat, extra-fine, Ebony handle, medium (ref: F2FAE)

    Razor files re super-sharp due to their unique manufacturing process. The teeth are milled, then chemically etched and configured like a chip-breaker which also makes them much less prone to clogging. They cut smoothly like a file but can be aggressive like a rasp when you bear down on them. The teeth are arranged diagonally with gaps between them which means they take small narrow bites leaving a smoother surface than a typical rasp. They are hard and long-lasting. LMI has added a special touch by adding a handle to each file - buy one file or a complete set. These files will rust, so use normal precautions against rust. The files come wrapped in corrosion resistant paper.

    $37.39
    Razor File, flat, extra-fine, Ebony handle, medium (ref: F2FAE)

    $37.39
  • Razor File, flat, extra-fine, Ebony handle, wide (ref: F3FAE)

    Razor files re super-sharp due to their unique manufacturing process. The teeth are milled, then chemically etched and configured like a chip-breaker which also makes them much less prone to clogging. They cut smoothly like a file but can be aggressive like a rasp when you bear down on them. The teeth are arranged diagonally with gaps between them which means they take small narrow bites leaving a smoother surface than a typical rasp. They are hard and long-lasting. LMI has added a special touch by adding a handle to each file - buy one file or a complete set. These files will rust, so use normal precautions against rust. The files come wrapped in corrosion resistant paper.

    $46.75
    Razor File, flat, extra-fine, Ebony handle, wide (ref: F3FAE)

    $46.75
  • Razor File, flat, extra-fine, Koa handle, narrow (ref: F1FK)

    Razor files re super-sharp due to their unique manufacturing process. The teeth are milled, then chemically etched and configured like a chip-breaker which also makes them much less prone to clogging. They cut smoothly like a file but can be aggressive like a rasp when you bear down on them. The teeth are arranged diagonally with gaps between them which means they take small narrow bites leaving a smoother surface than a typical rasp. They are hard and long-lasting. LMI has added a special touch by adding a handle to each file - buy one file or a complete set. These files will rust, so use normal precautions against rust. The files come wrapped in corrosion resistant paper. The files handles are unfinished and you can leave them that way or lightly sand and oil if you prefer.

    Shipping Restrictions: USA Only

    $31.98
    Razor File, flat, extra-fine, Koa handle, narrow (ref: F1FK)

    $31.98
  • Razor File, flat, extra-fine, Koa handle, medium (ref: F2FK)

    Razor files re super-sharp due to their unique manufacturing process. The teeth are milled, then chemically etched and configured like a chip-breaker which also makes them much less prone to clogging. They cut smoothly like a file but can be aggressive like a rasp when you bear down on them. The teeth are arranged diagonally with gaps between them which means they take small narrow bites leaving a smoother surface than a typical rasp. They are hard and long-lasting. LMI has added a special touch by adding a handle to each file - buy one file or a complete set. These files will rust, so use normal precautions against rust. The files come wrapped in corrosion resistant paper. The files handles are unfinished and you can leave them that way or lightly sand and oil if you prefer. 

    Shipping Restrictions: USA Only

    $37.39
    Razor File, flat, extra-fine, Koa handle, medium (ref: F2FK)

    $37.39
  • Razor File, flat, extra-fine, Koa handle, wide (ref: F3FK)

    Razor files re super-sharp due to their unique manufacturing process. The teeth are milled, then chemically etched and configured like a chip-breaker which also makes them much less prone to clogging. They cut smoothly like a file but can be aggressive like a rasp when you bear down on them. The teeth are arranged diagonally with gaps between them which means they take small narrow bites leaving a smoother surface than a typical rasp. They are hard and long-lasting. LMI has added a special touch by adding a handle to each file - buy one file or a complete set. These files will rust, so use normal precautions against rust. The files come wrapped in corrosion resistant paper. The files handles are unfinished and you can leave them that way or lightly sand and oil if you prefer. 

    Shipping Restrictions: USA Only

    $46.75
    Razor File, flat, extra-fine, Koa handle, wide (ref: F3FK)

    $46.75
  • Razor File, half-round, extra-fine, Ebony handle, narrow (ref: F1HRAE)

    Razor files re super-sharp due to their unique manufacturing process. The teeth are milled, then chemically etched and configured like a chip-breaker which also makes them much less prone to clogging. They cut smoothly like a file but can be aggressive like a rasp when you bear down on them. The teeth are arranged diagonally with gaps between them which means they take small narrow bites leaving a smoother surface than a typical rasp. They are hard and long-lasting. LMI has added a special touch by adding a handle to each file - buy one file or a complete set. These files will rust, so use normal precautions against rust. The files come wrapped in corrosion resistant paper.

    $31.98
    Razor File, half-round, extra-fine, Ebony handle, narrow (ref: F1HRAE)

    $31.98
  • Razor File, half-round, extra-fine, Ebony handle, medium (ref: F2HRAE)

    Razor files re super-sharp due to their unique manufacturing process. The teeth are milled, then chemically etched and configured like a chip-breaker which also makes them much less prone to clogging. They cut smoothly like a file but can be aggressive like a rasp when you bear down on them. The teeth are arranged diagonally with gaps between them which means they take small narrow bites leaving a smoother surface than a typical rasp. They are hard and long-lasting. LMI has added a special touch by adding a handle to each file - buy one file or a complete set. These files will rust, so use normal precautions against rust. The files come wrapped in corrosion resistant paper.

    $37.39
    Razor File, half-round, extra-fine, Ebony handle, medium (ref: F2HRAE)

    $37.39
  • Razor File, half-round, extra-fine, Ebony handle, wide (ref: F3HRAE)

    Razor files re super-sharp due to their unique manufacturing process. The teeth are milled, then chemically etched and configured like a chip-breaker which also makes them much less prone to clogging. They cut smoothly like a file but can be aggressive like a rasp when you bear down on them. The teeth are arranged diagonally with gaps between them which means they take small narrow bites leaving a smoother surface than a typical rasp. They are hard and long-lasting. LMI has added a special touch by adding a handle to each file - buy one file or a complete set. These files will rust, so use normal precautions against rust. The files come wrapped in corrosion resistant paper.

    $46.75
    Razor File, half-round, extra-fine, Ebony handle, wide (ref: F3HRAE)

    $46.75
  • Razor File, half-round, extra-fine, Koa handle, narrow (ref: F1HRK)

    Razor files re super-sharp due to their unique manufacturing process. The teeth are milled, then chemically etched and configured like a chip-breaker which also makes them much less prone to clogging. They cut smoothly like a file but can be aggressive like a rasp when you bear down on them. The teeth are arranged diagonally with gaps between them which means they take small narrow bites leaving a smoother surface than a typical rasp. They are hard and long-lasting. LMI has added a special touch by adding a handle to each file - buy one file or a complete set. These files will rust, so use normal precautions against rust. The files come wrapped in corrosion resistant paper. The files handles are unfinished and you can leave them that way or lightly sand and oil if you prefer. 

    $31.98
    Razor File, half-round, extra-fine, Koa handle, narrow (ref: F1HRK)

    $31.98
  • Razor File, half-round, extra-fine, Koa handle, medium (ref: F2HRK)

    Razor files re super-sharp due to their unique manufacturing process. The teeth are milled, then chemically etched and configured like a chip-breaker which also makes them much less prone to clogging. They cut smoothly like a file but can be aggressive like a rasp when you bear down on them. The teeth are arranged diagonally with gaps between them which means they take small narrow bites leaving a smoother surface than a typical rasp. They are hard and long-lasting. LMI has added a special touch by adding a handle to each file - buy one file or a complete set. These files will rust, so use normal precautions against rust. The files come wrapped in corrosion resistant paper. The files handles are unfinished and you can leave them that way or lightly sand and oil if you prefer. 

    $37.39
    Razor File, half-round, extra-fine, Koa handle, medium (ref: F2HRK)

    $37.39
  • Razor File, half-round, extra-fine, Koa handle, wide (ref: F3HRK)

    Razor files re super-sharp due to their unique manufacturing process. The teeth are milled, then chemically etched and configured like a chip-breaker which also makes them much less prone to clogging. They cut smoothly like a file but can be aggressive like a rasp when you bear down on them. The teeth are arranged diagonally with gaps between them which means they take small narrow bites leaving a smoother surface than a typical rasp. They are hard and long-lasting. LMI has added a special touch by adding a handle to each file - buy one file or a complete set. These files will rust, so use normal precautions against rust. The files come wrapped in corrosion resistant paper. The files handles are unfinished and you can leave them that way or lightly sand and oil if you prefer. 

    $46.75
    Razor File, half-round, extra-fine, Koa handle, wide (ref: F3HRK)

    $46.75
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  • German peghole reamer (ref: SPRM)

    Our German peghole reamer is essential for builders who employ friction pegs, and virtually a necessity for those who use Schallers™, Gotohs™, Grovers™, and most tuning machines where either the bushings or the barrels are 10mm (3/8") in diameter. This reamer has three blades on one side working against the opposite smooth side. This configuration gives the roundest hole. (Fully-bladed and half-cone types of reamers tend to make rough cuts and eccentric holes.) It's the only reamer we've seen that's titanium-nitride coated; the life of the blade is extended from 3-5 times! Because the friction coefficient is less, cutting is cleaner and easier.

    $143.71
    German peghole reamer (ref: SPRM)

    $143.71
  • Economy peghole reamer (ref: SPRM2)

    The blades of this American-made reamer are nicely machined with three blades on one side working against the opposite smooth side. This reamer is a bit too small to work for classical guitar machines, but it works well for friction pegs.

    $44.23
    Economy peghole reamer (ref: SPRM2)

    $44.23
  • Reamer, 3 degree taper w/handle (ref: SPRMPN)

    Bridge pin hole reamers are designed to widen and taper the bridge pin holes to more accurately fit the taper of the bridge pins. Choose either a 3 or 5 degree tapered reamer depending on your bridge pin taper.

    $50.18
    Reamer, 3 degree taper w/handle (ref: SPRMPN)

    $50.18
  • Reamer, 5 degree taper w/handle (ref: SPRMP5N)

    Bridge pin hole reamers are designed to widen and taper the bridge pin holes to more accurately fit the taper of the bridge pins. Choose either a 3 or 5 degree tapered reamer depending on your bridge pin taper.

    $50.18
    Reamer, 5 degree taper w/handle (ref: SPRMP5N)

    $50.18
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  • Knife blade, 1/16" x 1/4" x 7" (ref: KNBL25)

    Ron Hock, the maker of many of our tool blades, creates the finest high carbon steel instrument-making knives available in our opinion. Hardened and tempered to Rockwell C-60 for the best combination of edge-holding, sharpening power, and blade toughness, these blades will offer years of use and satisfaction. You will need to make your own handles if you want them, but that's an easy and fun task. You can also use Friendly Plastic to create an ergonomic handle.

    $35.82
    Knife blade, 1/16" x 1/4" x 7" (ref: KNBL25)

    $35.82
  • Knife blade, 3/32" x 3/4" x 7" (ref: KNBL75)

    Ron Hock, the maker of many of our tool blades, creates the finest high carbon steel instrument-making knives available in our opinion. Hardened and tempered to Rockwell C-60 for the best combination of edge-holding, sharpening power, and blade toughness, these blades will offer years of use and satisfaction. You will need to make your own handles if you want them, but that's an easy and fun task. You can also use Friendly Plastic to create an ergonomic handle.

    $34.32
    Knife blade, 3/32" x 3/4" x 7" (ref: KNBL75)

    $34.32
  • Knife blade, 1/16" x 1/2" x 7" (ref: KNBL50)

    Ron Hock, the maker of many of our tool blades, creates the finest high carbon steel instrument-making knives available in our opinion. Hardened and tempered to Rockwell C-60 for the best combination of edge-holding, sharpening power, and blade toughness, these blades will offer years of use and satisfaction. You will need to make your own handles if you want them, but that's an easy and fun task. You can also use Friendly Plastic to create an ergonomic handle.

    $33.28
    Knife blade, 1/16" x 1/2" x 7" (ref: KNBL50)

    $33.28
  • Japanese dozuki saw, .020"+/- kerfed blade (ref: SWD)

    The Japanese dozuki saw features greater sharpness than most western saws and an aggressive tooth-set that makes cutting far easier and faster. For common cutting tasks, many prefer to simply reach for this tool rather than bother with setting up a table saw. This saw has a multitude of uses including cutting dovetails and tenons for the neck joint. The saw should stay sharp and true for a long time, so long as you refrain from sawing back and forth - use only the pull stroke.

    $50.18
    Japanese dozuki saw, .020"+/- kerfed blade (ref: SWD)

    $50.18
  • Japanese double edged flush cut razorsaw (ref: SWFC)

    The blade on this razorsaw measures 5" x 1¼". There are two cutting edges, one is 32 cross-cut TPI (teeth per inch) for hardwoods and the other edge is 21 cross-cut TPI for softwoods. The blade is a very flexible (0.012") and is designed for flush cuts as well as fine cuts. The saw comes with a 5 1/4" beech handle which is riveted to the blade.

    $19.71
    Japanese double edged flush cut razorsaw (ref: SWFC)

    $19.71
  • Japanese double edged razorsaw (ref: SWR)

    There are two cutting edges on the 7" replaceable blade of this razor saw. The cut side has 19 TPI (teeth per inch), and the rip side has 9 TPI. The rubber grip handles allow for a comfortable, secure grip.

    $26.99
    Japanese double edged razorsaw (ref: SWR)

    $26.99
  • Fret saw, Beech handle (ref: SWBBW)

    This fine-tooth backsaw (20 fully set teeth per inch) quickly cuts through Ebony, Rosewood or anything in between leaving a clean and precise fret slot. It has a .023" (.55mm) kerf for normal fretwire sizes and the steel is hard enough to cut nonferrous metals. This saw is custom made for us with the blade reversed to cut in the "pull" direction. This is for more accuracy and ease of cut. If you use it as a fret saw only, it has an extra long life. The depth of cut 1 5/8". This saw is also included with our Manual Slotting System.

    $30.84
    Fret saw, Beech handle (ref: SWBBW)

    $30.84
  • Japanese double edged flush cut razorsaw (ref: SWFC)

    The blade on this razorsaw measures 5" x 1¼". There are two cutting edges, one is 32 cross-cut TPI (teeth per inch) for hardwoods and the other edge is 21 cross-cut TPI for softwoods. The blade is a very flexible (0.012") and is designed for flush cuts as well as fine cuts. The saw comes with a 5 1/4" beech handle which is riveted to the blade.

    $19.71
    Japanese double edged flush cut razorsaw (ref: SWFC)

    $19.71
  • Sloyd carving knife (ref: KS)

    Our high-quality sloyd knives are drop forged from the best quality steel. They are carefully hand ground, tempered and highly polished. The handles are made of hardwood. Frank Ford suggested we carry this knife, and says he uses it often for a multitude of tasks

    $8.57
    Sloyd carving knife (ref: KS)

    $8.57
  • Small backsaw with 4 blades (ref: SWB3)

    This small backsaw comes with four (4) useful interchangeable blades. It is inexpensive and well made with a wooden handle. The blades are precision made with fine and consistent tooth set and are slightly offset to the handle for more comfortable working.

    $13.00
    Small backsaw with 4 blades (ref: SWB3)

    $13.00
  • Tenon saw - 12" blade – 13 t.p.i. (ref: SWS)

    Our largest backsaw has a 12" (305mm), resharpenable, high carbon steel blade. The attractive stained Beech handle is affixed by three brass nuts and it features a brass back. This tool is great for cutting tenon shoulders. The depth of cut is 3" (76mm), the blade width is .023"(.6mm) and the blade kerf is .036" (.9mm).

    $84.14
    Tenon saw - 12" blade – 13 t.p.i. (ref: SWS)

    $84.14
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Essential Hand Tools Toolbox - price dependent on choices

The Essential Hand Tools Toolbox is designed to help you get the necessities with a 10% discount. There are requirements to qualify for the discount. They are as follows:

Chisels/Gouge - 1 required

Planes - 1 required

Scrapers - 2 required

Rasps and Razor Files - 1 required

Reamers - 1 required

Knives/Saws - 2 required

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