Conn 12M Baritone Sax
This high school baritone sax may have seemed like a lost cause to some, but after some TLC from FWR, this vintage Conn looks and plays like a winner again.
Conn 12M Baritone Sax Neck
The neck is the most crucial part of the saxophone, and if your horn is vintage, finding a replacement is tough. It took some hard work, but this neck from the previous Conn bari is back to the shape that will make this sax sing.
Selmer Series III Alto Sax
Airlines! They'll get you to the gig, but your gear may not be so lucky. When the owner of this sax showed it to some Chicago shops, he says they just laughed. We saw a challenge, and the owner saw his Series III in playing shape again.
E.M. Winston 475STH Trumpet
The special tools that smooth out a buckled trumpet bell won't be found under your kitchen sink. It can be harder to repair a "repair" than to fix the original damage. But this trumpet has come a long way back.
Everyone sits down in the wrong place once in a while. It's not the end of the world! This Pearl is straight and playing like it ought to again, and we're glad to know it will keep making music.
King Super 20 Baritone Sax
This King Super 20 baritone sax had seen some tough times, but this rare and desirable rumbler deserved the best: a top-to-bottom rebuild. Now, it looks pretty--but sounds phenomenal.
Armstrong 104 Flute
Sometimes bad things happen to good instruments. Don't fret; flutes may come to us in many shapes, but we do our best to make sure they leave straight where they should be straight, and round where they should be round.
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