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Instrument Maintenance Schedule

  January February March April May June July August September October November December
Flute W.B.C  W.B.C W.B.C  W.B.C W.B.C  C.O.A. W.B.C  W.B.C W.B.C  W.B.C W.B.C  W.B.C
Oboe Plastic W.B.C  W.B.C W.B.C  W.B.C W.B.C  C.O.A. W.B.C  W.B.C W.B.C  W.B.C W.B.C  W.B.C
Oboe Wood           B.O           B.O
Clarinet Plastic W.B.C  W.B.C W.B.C  W.B.C W.B.C  C.O.A. W.B.C  W.B.C W.B.C  W.B.C W.B.C  W.B.C
Clarinet Wood S.C  S.C  S.C  S.C  S.C  B.O S.C  S.C  S.C  S.C  S.C  B.O
Bass Clarinet W.B.C  W.B.C W.B.C  W.B.C W.B.C  C.O.A W.B.C  W.B.C W.B.C  W.B.C W.B.C  W.B.C
Soprano Sax  W.B.C W.B.C W.B.C  W.B.C W.B.C  C.O.A W.B.C  W.B.C W.B.C  W.B.C W.B.C  W.B.C
Alto Sax W.B.C  W.B.C W.B.C  W.B.C W.B.C  C.O.A W.B.C  W.B.C W.B.C  W.B.C W.B.C  W.B.C
Tenor Sax W.B.C  W.B.C W.B.C  W.B.C W.B.C  C.O.A W.B.C  W.B.C W.B.C  W.B.C W.B.C  W.B.C
Bari Sax  W.B.C W.B.C  W.B.C W.B.C W.B.C  C.O.A W.B.C  W.B.C W.B.C  W.B.C W.B.C  W.B.C
Cornet  B.C B.C  B.C B.C. B.C  U.S.C  B.C B.C  B.C B.C.  B.C B.C
Trumpet  B.C B.C  B.C B.C. B.C  U.S.C  B.C B.C  B.C B.C.  B.C B.C
Trombone  B.C B.C  B.C B.C. B.C  U.S.C  B.C B.C  B.C B.C. B.C  B.C
Euphonium  B.C B.C  B.C B.C. B.C  U.S.C B.C  B.C B.C  B.C.  B.C B.C
Guitar N.S     N.S       N.S     N.S     
Violin N.S     N.S      N.S      N.S    
Drum           R.H            
                         
Woodwind Basic CleaningDone at home. Submerge mouthpiece, barrel, and or neck in warm water. Use cleaning brushes and soap. Do not use brushes on Flute Headjoint. Spray with Denatured Alcohol.

Specialty CleaningDone at home. For wooden instruments with rubber mouthpieces. DO NOT USE ANY CLEANING AGENT. Use warm water on mouthpiece with cleaning brushes. DO NOT WASH THE INSTRUMENT, BARREL, OR BELL. Swab the instrument, barrel, and bell.
Brasswind Basic CleaningDone at home. Disassemble all slides and valves, submerge in water, use cleaning brushes and soap. Re-oil.
Clean, Oil, Adjust. Bring into Davids' Broken Note once a year. Full disassembly, cleaning, and adjusted into playing condition.
Bore Oil. Bring into Davids' Broken Note twice a year. Equivilent version of a C.O.A for wooden instruments.
Ultrasonic Cleaning. Bring into Davids' Broken Note once a year. Full disassembly, deep cleaning, adjusted into playing condition.
New Strings. Done at home or bring into Davids' Broken Note. Remove old strings, hydrate and polish fingerboard, clean body, restring.






Contact Info
  • David's Broken Note
  • info@davidsbrokennote.com
  • repairs@davidsbrokennote.com
  • 530-661-2349
  • 10 N. East Street #203
    Woodland, California 95776
  • Hours:
    Tue-Fri: 10 am - 6 pm
    Sat 10 am - 5 pm
    Closed Sunday and Monday
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