Helping clarinetists to more affordably and more easily to ‘better their best’ is at the heart of what our company is about. Without the dedication and devotion of the clarinet repair technicians we have come to closely work with, we would never be able to achieve such great results for our clients.
The essence of great clarinet repair lives between woodworking, metalworking, response and acoustics. When any part is not working in harmony with the other, you will find pretty quickly that your instrument does not respond as it should. Over the years, artists around the world have relied on the craftsmen and women we work with to maintain their instruments and, thus, their livelihoods. And if you know one who you think would be interested in being added to our roster, please let us know!
SUGGESTED MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
To keep your instrument playing at the highest level possible, we recommend at a minimum yearly maintenance of your clarinets. Beginning with an in-depth inspection, the body of your instrument should be tested for leaks, cracks and changes in dimensions. Sometimes, the work needed can be as minor as re-seating a single pad. Other times, changes in your clarinet require much more in-depth work to make it sing for you as it should.
From tuning and voicing, custom register tubes, to tonehole and tenon replacement, to key fabrication and modification, our craftsmen and women use custom tooling to allow for the most precise and detailed repairs.
Please consider the following repair technicians we use to complete the painstaking final set up for our ROYAL clarinets.
- Rick Sayre Sayre Woodwinds 364 Pennsylvania Avenue Suite 1E Glen Ellyn, IL 60137 630.916.1525
- Steve Ocone Anne and Steve’s Music 28 Bloomsbury Ave Catonsville, MD 21228 410.747.4957