Emergency Repair for: Clarinet 4 week segment only



In this 4-week class, you will learn all of the essential tips and tricks you need to keep flute, clarinet and saxophone students engaged in learning and playing in your ensemble with a high functioning instrument. Designed to help reduce the cost of repairs, and incentivize school districts to do small basic repairs ‘in house’ amongst their faculty, our short courses will give you the skills, confidence and ability to be of service to your classroom, campus and community of musicians who need small common repairs.

Our classes are on Saturdays for 90 minutes from 9am-10:30 am MT during July and August.  You can sign up for the entire class or one or two segments.

All classes will be recorded and be made available to you. Following the purchase of the course, we will send you details to register for it on Zoom. Enrollment is limited and when we run out of the ‘Emergency Repair Kits’ this course will be closed for registration.

Our course instructors are master woodwind repair technicians Bruce Marking, formerly with Powell Flutes/Buffet-Crampon and Christina Colston, from The Tuneful Tech.


CLARINET: July 15, 22, 29, August 5

The following is a list of supplies that will be sent when you enroll in the course. 



10 – 8.5mm Valentino Greenback White pads

4 – 11mm Valentino Greenback White pads

2 -14mm Valentino Greenback White pads

6 -15.5mm Valentino Greenback White pads

10 – 8.5mm Cork pads

KEY OIL – 1 bottle
GLUE – Hot melt glue – 4 pieces

-2 mm for saxophone and clarinet hinge rods

-3 mm for saxophone and clarinet pivot screws

PAD SLICK PLIERS SHEET CORK 1/16 for tenon and key corks – 1 sheet SHEET CORK ASSORTMENT – 1 of each thickness STEEL RULE (in millimeters) CLARINET ASSEMBLY BOARD LEAK LIGHT

From Home Depot or your local hardware store you will need to purchase:

Razor Blades – single edge blades
Denatured Alcohol – 1 can
Butane – 1 can
Micro Butane Torch
Q-Tips – 1 large package
DAP Weldwood Contact Cement- 1 container
Small soft paintbrush or toothbrush (bristles don’t matter) – flat bristled brush
Emery cloth  – 240 grit (for sanding tenon corks)
Emery board – pack of 10, or similar (for sanding key corks)
Cigarette paper – OCB un-gummed, or any brand with gummed edge cut off

And finally you will need to come to class with a Clarinet you can work on! 


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