These are some of the folks that make it a pleasure to service the brass playing community.
World renown trumpeter Bobby Shew came in for some repairs while on an east coast trip.
Here is Gus Sebring (Associate Principal Horn for the Boston Symphony) and John Boden (Principal for the Portland Symphony) testing a couple of Engelbert Schmid triple horns.
Tom Cupples, who now holds the second trumpet chair in the National Symphony Orchestra, is always a fun guy to have in the shop.
This is Scott Aruda, one of Boston's finest lead trumpet players. You can see the work we did on his Callichio trumpet here.
Ronald Barron, Principal Trombone of the Boston Symphony, with Jim Becker. You can browse and purchase Ron's solo albums from our selection of trombone recordings.
Larry Pyatt stopped in to have Jim look at his Benge trumpet.
Cornetist Jeff Hughes has an extensive collection of vintage cornets. Here is Jeff with his 1920's Conn Victor, rebuilt by Osmun Music.
Tony Pringle is the cornet soloist for The Black Eagle Jazz Band. Tony is holding a new Getzen 782S cornet.
When he's not on the road with the Artie Shaw Band, Trent Austin will stop by to get his horns cleaned and aligned. You can check out Trent's new CD "Trumpet 101" for some truly great jazz trumpet playing.
Wallace Roney dropped by for some mouthpiece alterations, and for a few lead pipe adjustments.