Welcome to my video blog. Today I'm going to play test the Selmer Prelude AS710 Alto Sax Vs the Nuova Student Alto Sax. Have a listen for yourself.
- 55 Posts
- 1 Comments
Jeremy has been a part of Normans since July 2012, after completing his study at the Newark School. During his study he set himself the task of building a saxophone from scratch, a feat that no one in the courses history had attempted. Before instrument repair Jeremy had a successful career in the music industry; performing at international conferences, parliamentary jazz summits and a variety of prestigious venues resulting in gaining a place at Leeds College of Music. <a href="https://plus.google.com/+JeremyJeffersonSmith/about?rel=author" rel="author">+Jeremy Smith</a>
Post by Jeremy Smith
Are you a clarinet player needing some advice on how to change your clarinet cork? Take a look at this helpful 'how to' showing you how to with some helpful tips.
Not sure how to fit a mouthpiece patch? Take a look at this 'how to' video and find out how. You'll be back playing in no time.
Does your banjo need to be restrung? Watch this helpful 'how to' on How To - Change A Banjo String and you'll be back playing in no time.
If you hear a gargling noise in your cornet it means there is too much water in the instrument. Watch this helpful 'how to' to show you how to remove it.
Just bought a new reed for your woodwind instrument? Take a look at this 'how to' to help you prepare your new reed. Then apply to your mouthpiece and get playing.
If you are an owner of a silver take a look at this helpful 'how to' to help you polish your instrument and have it looking like new in no time at all.
When you play a brass instrument you must ensure your valves are lubricated. To do this you need to oil the valves. Take a look at this 'how to' and you'll find out How To - Oil A French Horn Rotary Valve.
It's important to look after your instrument and maintain it to ensure it stays in good condition. You can do this with our 'how to' videos.