I agree with Goodsax on this one. If you want a Canadian place to set up shop, my city, Winnipeg only has three repair shops connected to major music stores and only one of the does good work. Imho, if you want business, go near schools.
Please, come to Philly. There's only one good shop in town and he's pretty pricey. We could use more competition. There's at least 4-5 colleges in the greater Philly area with active music programs. Plus Philly is where all the greatest tenor players ever lived
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