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« on: Aug 08, 2017, 10:09PM »

Hi, everyone.

I'm currently looking for someone who can do some repairs on my Conn 88h.
It's an old conn I bought from a user on the forum who hadn't played it in years.
I did the best I could in the cleaning process, but the old F lever fell off (right before I played the national anthem at Dodger Stadium).
I'm looking for someone in the LA area who could fix it for me at a cheap price, as I'm going into my first year at CalArts, and don't have much money.

If anyone has any recommendations, it would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks !
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« Reply #1 on: Aug 08, 2017, 10:23PM »

John Sandhagen is here on the forum, does excellent work, and is pretty reasonable as far as what he charges.

He's located in Claremont, which isn't that far from CalArts.

http://www.theboneyard-ca.org
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« Reply #2 on: Aug 09, 2017, 12:15AM »

Hi Josue...just sent you an email. Sorry to hear that you experienced a problem.  Contact me after John fixes the 88H so I can pay for the repair.

And, on a side note, I played the National Anthem on that horn at Fenway Park in Boston in 1980.  Good!
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« Reply #3 on: Aug 09, 2017, 02:44PM »

John Sandhagen is here on the forum, does excellent work, and is pretty reasonable as far as what he charges.

He's located in Claremont, which isn't that far from CalArts.

http://www.theboneyard-ca.org
+10  Very reasonable.
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