Woodwind Repair Parts & Tools
It's safe to say that the way you play your woodwind is the biggest factor in how it sounds - but the condition it's in is definitely a close second! Getting a great performance out of your instrument depends on how well it's maintained and cared for, and this selection of woodwind repair parts and tools is the perfect place to gear up for those routine tasks, not to mention the occasional upgrades, modifications and fixes you'll probably do over the lifetime of the instrument. It definitely pays to use specialized repair parts and tools for woodwinds, since they're designed to work with your exact instrument to deliver the best possible results.
Of course, not all the parts you'll find in this section are strictly for replacement. Some of them can be used as upgrades, or simply ways to make a woodwind instrument more comfortable to handle and play. For example, the Bo-Pep Flute Finger Rest, Flute Thumb Guide and Flute Finger Saddle are great ways for flute players of any skill level to play longer without getting cramped-up, fatigued fingers. Got some sticky pads on your instrument? Try a dash of Selmer No Stick Powder to solve the problem before it causes your pads to start wearing faster.
When you do need some replacement parts, options like the Gemeinhardt Replacement Flute Crown and the Buffet Crampon ICON Bell have you covered. Need a new saxophone end plug? You got it. Ligature screws and nuts? Done. From pad sets to key risers and more, it's all here. You'll also find some innovative and comprehensive repair supplies and tools in the lineup, such as the Road Tough Saxophone Leak Light and the Ferree's Tools Q30 Standard Repair Kit.
Taking care of your instrument is an important step toward maintaining its value - and with these woodwind repair parts and tools at your disposal, it's easy to get your hands on everything you need to do more of those tasks at home. You can look forward to spending less time (and money) in the shop, and having the rewarding experience of learning how to take care of your woodwinds on your own. Practical, and rewarding too... you can't beat that!