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Review first published in Clarinet & Saxophone magazine, summer 2015. All information accurate at the time of writing. The best camera, so the saying goes, is the one that’s in your pocket when you need it. For musicians, the same might be said for metronomes and tuners, which along with the time-honoured pencil, your instrument and a good reed, constitute the indispensable tools of the trade. One way of making sure you’re never caught short is to scrap the hardware and replace your ancil...

Review first published in Clarinet & Saxophone magazine, summer 2015. All information accurate at the time of writing. The best camera, so the saying goes, is the one that’s in your pocket when you need it. For musicians, the same might be said for metronomes and tuners, which along with the time-honoured pencil, your instrument and a good reed, constitute the indispensable tools of the trade. One way of making sure you’re never caught short is to scrap the hardware and replace your ancil...

Tools of the trade

Tools of the trade

Music Mish Mash - teacher blog

Music Mish Mash - teacher blog

Your used musical instruments and tools can still have use! Bring them into LLJ Pawn Shop in Santa Rosa to trade for cash! Are you looking for used musical instruments or tools for sale in Santa Rosa? Check LLJ Pawn first!

Your used musical instruments and tools can still have use! Bring them into LLJ Pawn Shop in Santa Rosa to trade for cash! Are you looking for used musical instruments or tools for sale in Santa Rosa? Check LLJ Pawn first!

Top 10 Cool Musical Instruments

Top 10 Cool Musical Instruments

A BRASS MICROSCOPE NO. 148, M. PILLISCHER, 398 OXFORD STREET, LONDON, CIRCA 1900  with 'Y' shaped base, the twin trunnions supporting the body of the microscope, the mechanical stage with X and Y motions, large plano-concave mirror, substage condenser, binocular tubes with rack and pinion focusing, contained within a mahogany case with full set of accessories  length of case 46cm

A BRASS MICROSCOPE NO. 148, M. PILLISCHER, 398 OXFORD STREET, LONDON, CIRCA 1900 with 'Y' shaped base, the twin trunnions supporting the body of the microscope, the mechanical stage with X and Y motions, large plano-concave mirror, substage condenser, binocular tubes with rack and pinion focusing, contained within a mahogany case with full set of accessories length of case 46cm

ArtStation - Blood Omen - Soul Reaver redesign, Konrad Langa

ArtStation - Blood Omen - Soul Reaver redesign, Konrad Langa

Green PRS

Green PRS

RAREST 1820-40 Palais Royal Sewing Etui - Tortoise Shell & French Dore Bronze Carriage & Bronze Horse - details  photo credit: Antiques & Uncommon Treasure

RAREST 1820-40 Palais Royal Sewing Etui - Faux Tortoise Shell & French Dore Bronze Carriage & Bronze Horse

RAREST 1820-40 Palais Royal Sewing Etui - Tortoise Shell & French Dore Bronze Carriage & Bronze Horse - details photo credit: Antiques & Uncommon Treasure

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