Saxophone Repair Topic: Repairing Some Typical Long Term Damage on an old Selmer Tenor, Part 5

Do not try this at home.

Saxophone repairman Matt Stohrer of http://www.StohrerMusic.com continues in his quixotic quest to inform and assist in this latest feature length video, which has been broken up into 5 parts. In part 5, we finally hit the finish line. Is anybody there? Hello? The bell to body brace is put back together, the bow dents come out, the neck dents are fixed, the bent keys and braces are straightened, and the horn is put back together, now in good physical shape and ready for a standard overhaul.

Posted on 9 de octubre de 2020
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