Best 30 Musical Instrument Repair in Phoenix, AZ with Reviews - YP.com
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11/11/2016
By: Janet M.
Plumb Perfect Instrument Repair, Inc.
Mr Plumb is a retired band director that took up instrument repair as a second career (professionally trained) and runs a little shop at his home. He tuned up my son's school rental in just a few minutes while we waited for a very reasonable price and it sounds better than it did new.
07/09/2013
By: ronald.muhammad19
OXLEY Woodwind & Brass
I have an old Buescher Sax. It is a True Tone, Low Pitch Alto #81385. Rich rebuilt it for me two months ago and I have been building up my embouchure ever since. Now I'm at the point of being a good elementary player and moving up. If you're in the Phoenix area, give his shop a visit , you can see some his work in progress and a few new and used horns on display. Also, Rich is a very knowledgeable guy.
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