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Ross at Baxter Northup music, sherman oaks. He's fast and good. But he's only in the store physically on Mondays. You can drop your horn off any time or bring it in on Monday mornings. Steve is also at the store and he's there almost every day. He's great for fixing leaks, bent keys and other typical minor repairs. But Ross is the guy for overhauls, etc.
 

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Ross at Baxter Northup music, sherman oaks. He's fast and good. But he's only in the store physically on Mondays. You can drop your horn off any time or bring it in on Monday mornings. Steve is also at the store and he's there almost every day. He's great for fixing leaks, bent keys and other typical minor repairs. But Ross is the guy for overhauls, etc.
Great. I will check them out. Thank you!
 

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You could go to Hollywood and check out Manny at the Horn Connection. He's quite a character and you have to be ready to deal with his "character" (and try to find parking on Sunset) but I don't think there is anyone that can do a better job in So. Ca. That is where I bought my Balanced Action and had all my horns serviced and repaired when I lived in Pasadena.
 
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