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TEMPORARILY DISCONTINUED

L37 MOUTHPIECE REFACING KIT

Call for availability before ordering.  Sold as a kit ONLY.

We DO NOT sell the individual parts of the Mouthpiece Refacing kit separately

 

You can help out a fellow repairman by checking out their parts need posts at the bottom of our Ferree Press page.

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Ferree's Tools Inc.

"One of the Worlds Largest Manufacturer of Quality Band Instrument Repair Tools"

Our Purpose

   To provide for the modern band instrument Repairman, the most economical, high quality, up to date and easy to use tools available today. Ferree's has always based the designs of the tools on “Simplicity, Accuracy and Efficiency” while focused on “Quality, Economy and Customer Service”.

To get your free catalog just send us your postal mailing address via:

E-Mail, Fax or Post. Address Subject: FREE CATALOG.

For Orders & Acct- Ph.: 1-800-253-2261 or 1-269-965-0511

Fax: 1-269-965-7719

 You Can Also Email us at : ferreestools@aol.com

sample photo  Z60-50 TONE HOLE BODY BURNISHING SET

    Already nicknamed the “finger tool” by our customers, the Z60-50 is a sax (and flute) tone hole and bore tool.  New in 2007 was this great “Old School” method for removing dents and distortion from between AND around tone holes.  Originally developed for saxophone, the tools can also be used with the Z60-39 flute body mandrel.  Helps avoid having to file down tone holes to get them “level”, preserving the horn, by restoring the original diameter of the sax or flute body to bring up the low sides.

 

These stands hold the main Z60 frame that does most of the work, firmly and at the proper height, for ease of operation.

If you call, Ferree’s will make either of these stands to fit the operator.

This way the Z60 will be at the perfect height for you to be at your best.

As a rule of thumb, when you are standing up, your elbow should line up with the main working rod. 

Z61base     Benchmt

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