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Working on a crushed bell
Crushed Bell Before

Crushed Bell Before

Severe creases can be worked on but will always leave marks on the re-shaped finish.

Crushed Bell Before

Crushed Bell Before

Crushed Bell Before

Crushed Bell Before

Crushed Bell After

Crushed Bell After

Crushed Bell After

Crushed Bell After

Crushed Bell After

Crushed Bell After

Crushed Bell After

Crushed Bell After

Making a new Sax neck tenon & body receiver
New sax neck tenon & receiver

Brass stock bored out.

New sax neck tenon & receiver

Parting the bored out stock.

New sax neck tenon & receiver

The receiver.

New sax neck tenon & receiver

The tenon.

New sax neck tenon & receiver

Final shaping of both parts.

New sax neck tenon & receiver

Both parts fine fitted.

New sax neck tenon & receiver

Cut to size & polished.

New sax neck tenon & receiver

Finished tenon soldered on. Neck screw housing made & silver soldered to the receiver.

Selmer Mk VI Alto Sax Overhaul
Selmer Mk VI Alto Overhaul

Body stack removed of dents & straightened. Necessary posts aligned & recited for screw rod fit

Selmer Mk VI Alto Overhaul

Tone holes on body stack checked, levelled finished

Selmer Mk VI Alto Overhaul

Neck dents removed & to be re-corked

Selmer Mk VI Alto Overhaul

Dents removed from bell & tone holes levelled & finished

Selmer Mk VI Alto Overhaul

Screws & rods to be buffed & cleaned. Springs are to be measured with for length & thickness for replacement

Selmer Mk VI Alto Overhaul

keys about to be stripped of pads, corks, felts & all adhesives

Selmer Mk VI Alto Overhaul

Final stage checking

Selmer Mk VI Alto Overhaul

Selmer logo bell

Selmer Mk VI Alto Overhaul

Selmer Logo Octave key

Selmer Mk VI Alto Overhaul

Selmer Mk VI Alto Overhaul

Screws & rods to be buffed & cleaned. Springs are to be measured with for length & thickness for replacement