When acquiring music production gear, you’re going to need various hardware tools like a screwdriver, pliers, socket set, and similar tools!
For example, rack-mounted music equipment needs to be screwed into the rack mount with a screwdriver!
I personally received my Small Tool Kit as a gift many years ago, but have linked to a similar affordable Home Tool Kit.
In a home studio we face different types of screws, hex-heads, or need to get into a tight place, where needle-nose pliers help!
These Small Tool Kits are awesome because it gives an assortment of hand tools that I’ve used so many times in my music studio.
Small Tool Kit for Home Studio
These are Home Owner Tool Kits to get you going, which gives a bunch of basic hand tools when you’re in a pinch.
The tools aren’t the highest quality, but that’s not the point. The point is that our fingers aren’t strong enough for those tight screws, and helps you install equipment or disassemble stuff if you don’t have any tools!
What I like about my small hard-plastic tool set is it stays out the of way.
It comes in this hard plastic shell with good clips to close it, and inside contains the basic necessity hand tools for most music studio tasks!
Best Multi-Screwdriver for Home Studio
Sometimes the screwdriver in these Small Tool Kits isn’t enough, so I also make sure to have a Multi-Bit Screwdriver around.
I like this Picquic multi-screwdriver.
Now everyone has their own favorite multi-screwdriver (for tool lovers out there). And being an electrician, I’ve tried many different types of multi-screw drivers.
For the home studio, do you know what’s the best multi-screw driver?
One that is affordable, and has the length to reach whatever you’re screwing in. If it has some magnetism to hold the screw is also nice.
Hand Tools for Music Producers
For USD pricing, you should be able to find a Small Tool Kit for under $30.
These tools don’t need to be high-quality, but it’s nice to get things like:
- Multi-Bit Screwdriver
- Very Small Screwdrivers
Then if this small toolset isn’t sufficient, I’ll use that multi-bit screwdriver I mentioned.
Now, for much larger tasks, I use my professional electrician tools. But most of the time this small tool kit and multi-bit screwdriver are super fast to get the job done. I keep them close around in the studio.