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CLARINET REPAD SERVICE
(We do all the work)

Cost: $125.00 Plastic & Resin clarinets
Cost: $140.00 Wood clarinets
Cost: $150.00 Metal clarinets
Return Shipping in USA: $25.00
Return Shipping International: $67.00

Our pads are high quality woven felt double bladder pads manufactured in the USA.

High quality woven felt double bladder pads manufactured in the USA. Our Clarinet pads are MANUFACTURED WITH USA Made materials. Firm pressed felt, double bladder transparent pads with beveled cardboard baking. This is a very good quality clarinet pad. Made in USA. We stock these in the most popular thickness which is 3.0 mm (medium thickness). Other thicknesses are available as special order. The felt is medium pressed felt well suited for slightly uneven tone holes.

We will recondition your clarinet. Your clarinet will be disassembled, inspected, cleaned, oiled, pads replaced, reassembled, adjusted, and tested.

Our service includes the following:

1. Complete disassembly and thorough inspection of your instrument.
2. Replacement of all pads
3. Replacement of necessary key corks and felts.
4. Cleaning the tone holes.
5. Straightening and alignment of the keys.
6. Cleaning the joints and oiling the wood (wood clarinets).
7. Light polishing of the keys and body.
8. Reassembly, adjustment, and play testing to insure your instrument will perform as it should.
    QUANTITY RESIN OR PLASTIC Bore Oil
    QUANTITY WOOD Bore Oil
    QUANTITY METAL Bore Oil


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pad cement

CLARINET REPAD SERVICE For ALTO and BASS Clarinets
(We do all the work)


Cost: $350.00
Return Shipping in USA: $45.00
Return Shipping International: $87.00

Our pads are high quality pads manufactured in the USA.

Clarinet Repad Service
$350.00 plus return shipping of $45.00

Clarinet Repad Service. We will recondition your Alto or Bass clarinet. Your clarinet will be disassembled, inspected, cleaned, oiled, pads replaced, reassembled, adjusted, and tested.

Our service includes the following:

1. Complete disassembly and thorough inspection of your instrument.
2. Replacement of all pads
3. Replacement of necessary key corks and felts.
4. Cleaning the tone holes.
5. Straightening and alignment of the keys.
6. Cleaning the joints and oiling the wood (wood clarinets).
7. Light polishing of the keys and body.
8. Reassembly, adjustment, and play testing to insure your instrument will perform as it should.
    QUANTITY Bore Oil
ADD INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES TO YOUR ORDER

pad cement
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CLARINET QUESTIONS


Q.   How many keys does a clarinet have?

     A.  Almost all modern clarinets have 17 pads. They are not "one-size-fits-all". Each manufacturer decides what sizes to use.

Q.   How much would it cost to replace all pads on a clarinet?

     A.  If you do it yourself, we recommend getting our Complete Repair Kit. The cost is $34.95 and you'll receive the supplies needed to do the job. If you prefer you can send us your clarinet and we will do the work. Click here for details.

Q.   How often do clarinet pads need to be replaced ?

     A.  It varies. We've seen clarinets that have gone 10 or more years without needing major pad work. Generally, if the clarinet gets a lot of use, the time will be much shorter. Keeping your pads dry will definitely lengthen the time they will last.

Q.   Clarinet key pad replacement ?

     A.  We offer instructions for installation of our pads. Click here for our instruction page.

Q.   How do I relace pads on clarinet?

     A.  We recommend you read our instructions.

Q.   how to save your pads on your clarinet ?

     A.  As stated above, keep the clarinet away for moisture. That's our best tip.

Q.   Do you supply installation instructions?

     A.   Basic instructions for installing our products are posted on our web site. Beyond that, send us a message.

Q.   Is it expensive to change the pads on a clarinet?

     A.  If you do it yourself, we recommend getting our Complete Repair Kit. The cost is $34.95 and you'll receive the supplies needed to do the job. If you prefer you can send us your clarinet and we will do the work. Click here for details.

Q.   What is the cost of replacing a clarinet pads?

A.  If you do it yourself, we recommend getting our Complete Repair Kit. The cost is $34.95 and you'll receive the supplies needed to do the job. If you prefer you can send us your clarinet and we will do the work. Click here for details.

Q.   Can I repad a clarinet without removing the keys?

A.  Probably not. You will be able to effectively replace some of your pads without taking off the keys. But it is very difficult. It is much better to remove the key.

Q.   How to tell if a spring needs replacing on your clarinet?

     A.  Good Question. If it's not there, it definitely needs to be replaced! Otherwise, if it has lost it's springyness, and the pad refuses to close but there is no other reason, replace it. We have springs available on our website.

Q.   How do you replace springs on a clarinet?

     A.
 You will need to remove all of the old spring. This requires that you pull the spring back through the post that it goes through. In many cases you will need to punch the spring back through the post so that you can grab it with plyers. We sell springs and punches on our website.

Q.   How much does it cost to get new pads put on a clarinet?

     A.  ;If you do it yourself, we recommend getting our Complete Repair Kit. The cost is $34.95 and you'll receive the supplies needed to do the job. If you prefer you can send us your clarinet and we will do the work. Click here for details.

Q.   Do you have pads for my clarinet?

     A.   Yes. We have pads in stock to fit all clarinets.


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