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Hey all! Here’s a video I made about the Voyager in case you want to see how it can be used. Happy to answer any questions you might have as well!
It took about a year to develop and I do believe it’s going to be a very useful tool for a lot of folks 😄🎷 I created it because I was also carrying around eyeglass screwdrivers that were never quite the proper size for screw slots and in addition always leaving one on a music stand, letting someone ‘borrow’ one etc. I wanted to create compact all-in-one that also included a spring hook and reed leveling tool, which I find to be invaluable when traveling or on a gig!

 

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for the working pro or teacher this will be helpful now for basement jo maybe not so much
haha for sure! It’s for on the go, not doing a mechanical rebuild. I am actually developing some professional level repair tool kits to go along with a digital course on horn repair that is in the works… but those won’t fit in your pocket 😂
 

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As one who has disassembled reassembled numerous horns me thinks this little Voyager would be a terrific "get me out of jail" solution for those on-the-run horn issues that occasionally plague the gigging musician. I think it would make a great gift - but - the aussie dollar and ridiculous US postal rates makes this unattractive :-(
We will absolutely be sending some to our AU dealers in '23 👍 ❤ 🎷
 
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