Watch this helpful 'how to' on how to help look after your cornet. The video shows you how to change felts, guides and springs on a cornet to ensure your instrument is kept in great condition.
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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>
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Tuning your violin is not as hard as it looks especially with this handy little tuning app for your smart phone!
Watch this video for some helpful guidance on How To - Oil A Trombone Rotary Valve to ensure you keep your trombone in great condition
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Returning a musical instrument can be inconvient. But you want to ensure you package it correctly to ensure its safe transit. Watch this helpful video How To Package a Trumpet For Transit / Returns.
Packaging your instrument for return is very important. You want to ensure it's protected so it doesn't get damaged or dented on its return. Watch this helpful 'how do' How To Package a Saxophone For Transit / Returns.
It's important that when you return a musical instrument you package it correctly. This ensures it doesn't get damaged during transit and arrives back safe.
When your returning a musical instrument it is important to package your cornet to ensure it doesn't get dented or damaged on it's return to Normans.