I haven't used those tools.
I use a stone, gummy stone, 3 diamond files, and a carbide world cup race bevel tool similar to this Edge Tool
Look to buy tools at Snowshack
Get your edges sharpened by a good tuning shop that uses ceramic edging machines.
Once the base and edge bevels are set all you need to do is touch them up using the stones and occasionally using a bevel tool on the sides.
There is no need to use a bevel guide if your edges are tuned after every use just by doing a fast run with a stone for case hardened nicks from rocks, then maybe a black diamond stone if there are serious nicks and dings, then a blue diamond stone for normal maintenance, and then a red diamond stone for final polishing. Some people then use a gummy stone for the shaving that may be left behind on the edges. Also if you detune the tips and tails you must dull them. I personally use sand paper to dull the very tip and tails areas.
Just remember when using a file freehand that you make sure it is resting flat on the edge so you don't mess them up.