WTB: Ax Handle (clamp, .420”)

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WTB: Ax Handle (clamp, .420”)

Post by mooretrombone » Tue Jul 14, 2020 5:38 pm

Looking for an extra ax handle (or just the clamp) for a aux instrument. The .420 inch size (Fits: Bach; Shires; Some Courtois; Dillon Bass; M&W; Jupiter XO; King; Mack Brass Bass, Olds Vintage; Some Yamaha, etc)

Please email me if you have something. Thanks!
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Re: WTB: Ax Handle (clamp, .420”)

Post by Bonearzt » Wed Jul 15, 2020 9:18 am

If you can't find a used one, they are readily available from Instrument Innovations
Eric Edwards
Professional Instrument Repair

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