Saxophone & Clarinet Specialist
These pads were replaced by a repairman….. They are very small and are impossible to seat and have the stay seated.
Selmer G-Sharp Spring: Selmer finally got the lame G-Sharp spring on the Marl VI right on the Mark VII… to bad they had the poorly designed left hand little finger
11.6.208 Saxophone Side Key Corks: I see this a lot of saxophones that come in for repair. The side key corks are to long and make the key not open
After years of not cleaning rods or doing much work to a saxophone…. it can really gum up the rods. Here is the upper stack rod form a Mark VII
King Saxophone Tone Holes The first photo shows two tone holes before they are cleaned. As you can see there are many small places that are not smooth. These small
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