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  1. Misc. Saxophone Discussion
    Hi looking to find out what happened to the Woodwind Exchange in Bradford UK. It was a fantastic place but I can't find anything about it's closure or what happened to the owners. Any help would be amazing. Cheers Matt
  2. Training Material
    It's still "Keep your sax in good shape month :D So lets show some easy tricks you can use to check how your sax is doing, or if a sax you want to buy is actually good or not! :D Hope you enjoy!
  3. Sax Repair, Maintenance and Modification
    Hello SOTW! It's been about a year since I started plotting a mobile shop. I've been up and running with it for several months now, still working mainly between NYC and VA, but with several jaunts around the country sprinkled in there. It's still not the prettiest thing in the world, but darn...
  4. Sax Repair, Maintenance and Modification
    Hello all! Next week, I'll be taking the Mobile Repair Unit for a spin. I'll start in NY, turn around in LA, and end up back in NY within a couple of weeks. Stops along the way already include Atlanta, Kansas City, New Orleans, San Diego, Missoula, Boulder, and a few places that will surely...
  5. Oleg Products, Inc.
    Back by Popular Demand! Oleg products is resuming woodwind repair, consultations and acoustic optimization. These professional services are offered on an appointment basis. Please contact us at 818.904.0030 or click the link below to schedule an appointment. We will also be accepting...
  6. Sax Repair, Maintenance and Modification
    Hi I was wondering about how to restore my 1961 West Germany made Rene Dumont alto sax and possibly a few other saxs I recently was given. I would like to learn to restore them to how they look the day they came out of the factory and possibly a few maybe to give it a rougher look. I just want...
  7. Misc. Accessories
    I bought a BAM SW-0018 swab for my soprano saxophones, because I use and like BAM Trekking cases and BAM mouthpiece pouches. The swab was supposedly designed for straight soprano saxophones. I put the swab in the bell and tried to pull it through the neck but it became firmly lodged in the neck...
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