We are happy to offer you this great set stainless steel pick for Warded Padlocks. Warded padlocks can be identified by the large key hole which is generally made of steel rather then brass. If the keyway is brass and you can see pins inside, this is not the pick set for you. You need a standard pick set for pin tumbler locks.
As if people did not lock their keys inside their guitar cases often enough before Colorado legalized weed! These my friends, are the tools you will need! Review by Seth
Guitar cases have little warded locks on them, and why anyone locks a case that has a handle & can be easily carried away, probably has to do with locking something up, other than the guitar. As a full service shop, I pick those locks open fairly often. I wish I could make better keys for the old cases, and do it faster, but just getting them unlocked is enough. As for "other than the guitar" finding drugs hidden in guitars, cases, amps, & other instruments & equipment is hardly new or rare. They are immediately disposed of, down the toilet. These are good tools for those funky old Lifton & Faultless cases. They are maybe a tad large, but once you know what shapes work, make some smaller picks. As for warded padlocks, think old die cast Slaymaker locks. I have cases of all sorts come in with old warded padlocks on them too. These make quick work of it. `Our founder was also a rental property owner, and other members of the family picked locks for fun. Warded locks, & most lever locks were easy.
(Posted on 4/22/2016)
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