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Easily remove small to medium sized dents in the body tube of all saxophones. A fantastic way to remove localized dents in the saxophone body.
Our Saxophone Bow Bar is a fantastic way to remove dents from the bottom bow of all saxophones. The bar is bent to access the bow through the bell on one end and through the Eb hole on the other end.
Our JLS Alto Sax Neck Bar is designed to round up dents and flat spots in alto sax necks. Each polished end of the tool can be used; one for coming through the receiver end, and one for coming through the mouthpiece end.
Frustrated with saxophone neck dent work? Add our JLS Tenor Sax Neck Bar to your toolbox! The neck bar is designed to round up dents and flat spots in the neck. Each polished end of the tool can be used; one for coming through the receiver end, one one for coming through the mouthpiece end.
The Selmer-style bell brace will compress when the bell is pushed in toward the body. To restore the look of the brace and return the bell to its correct position, we must restore the brace to “round.” After removing the keys as needed, insert the brace tool into the brace (small end first). Wedge the tool in place then tap on the brace with a rawhide mallet until restored. This brace works on the Balanced Action, Super Balanced Action, MK VI, and the MKVII models.
Helps set a consistent key height between the pad and the tone hole on saxophones. Comes with instructions.
As with any woodwind or brasswind, a leak at the top of the instrument affects everything below so the neck area warrants careful inspection every time and we’ve developed the J.L. Smith Sax Neck Leak Isolators specifically to make this a fast, easy operation.
Our Sax Neck and Body Plugs are offered as a mandrel to fit in the neck receiver and the inside of the neck tenon. They can be used to reround and straighten the neck or receiver. Held in a vice they can be used as a third hand to help manipulate a neck to straighten it. Inserted in the neck receiver the plugs can be used as device to align a bent stack tube with.
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