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We've re-introduced our JLS Brace Squeezer. The squeezer is designed to shorten a "fixed" style (non-telescoping) brace in order to properly align parts.Think of the critical alignment of slide tubes, such as the third slide on a trumpet. If the brace is too tall, there is no way to align the slide - hence the Brace Squeezer.
Provides great help in pulling all stuck slides on all brass instruments from trumpet to tuba. The heart of the kit are two "shoes", which are shaped to support the slide crook while you tap on the paddle handle to loosen it.
Music educators and musicians should be able to perform basic service on a rotor valve. Our Valve Restringing Kit helps you do just that, quickly and easily. Complete instructions with illustrations and photos included.Download Instructions Here
Remove any stuck or frozen mouthpiece with ease with the Valentino mouthpiece puller. Professional quality and easy-to-follow instructions make this an indispensable tool for any band director or musician!
When they're dropped, mouthpiece shanks are easily dented, affecting performance. Restore their shape fast and easily with our JLS shank dent tool, which is designed to fit trumpet through tuba.
A great and simple tool for holding the (sometimes dangerous) ends of a waterkey spring. This installing tool helps get enough leverage to properly compress the spring to reinstall the waterkey.
Use this washer bearing on expanders to make turning the handle easier and to prevent the handle from seizing up. Helps the tool last longer and prevents wear and tear on frequently-used tools.
This adjustable, lockable-flame, electronic-ignition butane torch is perfect for soldering instruments as well as a myriad of other uses in the workshop.
This specially-angled valve piston and port alignment magnifying inspection mirror is the only way to properly determine if piston and valve casings are aligned in the upstroke and downstroke.
Our Polishing Arbors hold the mouthpiece securely with its taper holds the backbore of the mouthpiece. The other end of the tool is chucked in a bench motor or lathe and the mouthpiece can now be securely turned.
Harold calls this our "felt ball on a stick," and it's great for finishing valve and casing ports.
The Tiny Mag is used as an external locator for an interior tool. Place the magnet on the outside of an instrument as you insert a dent body bar, ball, barrel, or mandrel and the magnet will travel with the business part of the tool. The Tiny Mag will guide you to lift only the area of concern helping you do better dent work more efficiently. Dozens of other shop uses too!
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