Have you done this on any worthwhile horns? You may easily ruin the bezels - and those are not easily restored. Yes, I know you said "be careful" but one doesn't know how careful until the damage is done.cjk_712 said:I think most of them are glued (Yamaha uses super glue) in. If you're not worried about wrecking the old ones, just pry them out with a small screwdriver. Start at the edge of the pearl and use the tip of the screwdriver and work it in and around to loosen it and pry it out. Be careful though, the metal around the pearl is thin and you don't want to mess it up.
I believe this is the horn he is referring to. See post #7 in that thread. The question still remains WHY?, indeed.hornimprovement said:mjs10, we are still wondering what kind of horn, and why?