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I use to love it when a new client would come into the shop and before he even introduced himself I would hear “I go to the best repairman in the world in New York” my response was… “so go to him”. Not the way to get the repairman you are talking and want to… Continue reading Players are different.
Rod & Pivot Screw Storage while doing an overhaul. While you are doing an overhaul it is important to be able to put the rod or pivot screw back in the same place it came out. There are several reasons for this: On an older instrument other repairmen have likely worked on them so they… Continue reading Rod & Pivot Screw Storage
Low C Key Bounce: On many saxophones the G-Sharp and Low C keys tend to bounce. The reason for this many times is the spring placement. The spring is right near the rod of the key and this allows the key to bounce unless it has a lot of tension on the spring. Not enjoyable… Continue reading Low C Key Bounce
2.9.2017 Repair Tip As repairmen we always want to do things right. However, we are sometimes limited in what we can do by the guys that worked on the instrument before you. The neck cork on this Selmer Mark VI tenor is way too long. But since the guys in front of me that put… Continue reading Long Neck Cork