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by kelsey
(823 posts)
3 years ago

A good repair person!!

Those of you who live near a good sax repair shop are truly blessed. I have to drive over a hundred miles in heavy traffic to even get an adjustment! Before, I considered the repair shop I was useing to be a long drive (40 miles)..... Now he's retired and to get a reair is really a hassle......Kelsey

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  1. by tomdroe@gmail.com
    (7 posts)

    3 years ago

    Re: A good repair person!!

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