NAMIR LTD MAGAZINE


THE INTREPID REPAIRER


INDEX TO MAIN ARTICLES etc. PUBLISHED IN "THE INTREPID REPAIRER" ISSUES 1 TO 78

References given are Issue number followed by Page number, i.e. 1:9 means Issue 1 page 9.
                             1:9-11 means Issue 1 pages 9 to 11.

BRASS INSTRUMENTS

Amado Water Keys – Jim Beckett - 70:17

Bench motor - 23:10

Blockage removal -
         • Ball in Euphonium - 17:8
         • Trumpet - 20:14

Books on repairing - 11:10, 12:15, 15:13, 15:14, 17:3-4

Brass Instrument Repairs African Style - 52:16-19

Brass Instrument Repairs African Style Part 2 - 54:12-13

Buddhist Horn (An unusual request) Geoff Collins - 66:16-19

Buffing by Craig Anderson (USA) 76:11-14

Buying in brass instruments, what to look for - 6:19-20

Case repair, putting wheels on a tuba case - 6:17-18 & 14:15

Case repair, Spare Cheney parts from Graham Lovell - 12:3

Converting high to low pitch - 28:3

Course in Historical Trumpet Building - Peter Pollard - 72:14

Dent balls -
     • (Daves) - 23:9

     • Economy Laser Dent Ball Pointer – 29:31

     • (Ferrees), size problems - 9:11

     • keeping track of dent balls inside instruments - 8:27

     • keeping track of dent ball retainer magnet - 25:19

     • use of - 23:15

     • driver - 23:8

Dent rolling bar - 6:13

Disabled, helping a physically disabled person play - 6:8 & 8:25

Euphonium, four valve Jupiter - 21:18-19

Experts Hot Line - 12:8

Felt cutters - FEB 94 AND MAY 94

Ferrees N87A Trombone Slide Dent Tool - 37:19-21

Finger button & valve thread sizes - 2:5, 3:4-5, 4:4, 5:8

French Horn -
      • Holding for work - 3:8
      • Rotor valves - 14:10-13
      • Noisy valves - 17:7

Hans Hoyer French Horn Repair - 46:14-18

Knob holding device - 4:8-9, 6:11

Major Scale Minor Scale LIME Scale! The Curse of Tubas Everywhere - 54:21-24

Mouthpiece maker & re-furbisher - 6:6

Mouthpieces, holding device for the lathe - 16:13

NAPBIRT training centre - 17:5-6

Osprey Metal Finishers - 73:10-11

Paxman, titanium rotors - 18:11

(Troubleshooting) Piston Valves –John Huth (Technicom issue 4) - 65:16-18

Pivot rod (rusted) removal - 25:8

Plating/Lacquering, First Class Brass - 20:15, 22:14

Plating, copper - 22:13

Polymorph - 50:13

Repairs “Why do repairs cost so much?” - 16:10-12

Serial Numbers - 10:10-11, 11:17-18, 12:14, 13:11-12, 15:21, 16:19-20, 17:10-12, 18:19-20,
19:30-33, 20:23

Shellac, all about it - 11:11-12

Slides, unsticking jammed ones - 11:12 , 14:16-17, 15:10 (+ missing last para. 16:16), 26:17

Slides, lengthening - 16:15-16

Spares - Antoine Courtoise, Willson, Taylor Trumpets, Percussion - 16:14

Stays -
   • straightening mis-shapen stays - 1:9
   • stay making jig - 6:4-5

Tacquet Problems - 13:7-8

Tempering small springs in the workshop - 25:18-19

Tools; making a triangular scraper - 13:9

Tools – Question posed by Roger Price in last issue – Handy tool to refit spring assembly - 68:14

Trombone -
     • exploding - 18:22
     • Improving slide action - 25:16 & 17

Trombone slide bow dent ball driver retriever - 32:10-11

The Trouble with trombones - 33:16-22

Tuba, about the bass tuba - 4:12-16

Tuning brass instruments; 3:12-14

Tuning spacers, removal of soldered tuning spacers - 6:11

Unrepairable! - 46:18

Water keys, soldering water key nipples - 7:20

Water keys, fitting AMADO & Jupiter water keys - 12:7

Valve -
   • cap removal when stuck - 3:8-9
   • B&H guide types - 26:16
   • removal of corroded valves - 5:14-15
   • B&H and Besson, Automatic compensating system - 16:8-9

When to Say No – Will Spencer – 71:11-13

WOODWIND INSTRUMENTS

A Clarinet by W.Milhouse - 49:9-12

Acoustics, basic woodwind - 22:4-7, 23:4-7, 24:5-7

Amati mini bassoon - 21:6

Aulos 709 Treble recorder modification - 47:9

Barrels, Moennig clarinet barrels - 18:13-14

Berore You Start – From The Complete Woodwind Repairer by Reg Thorp - 61:16

Bench motor - 23:10

Books on repairing - 11:10, 12:15, 15:13, 15:14, 17:3-4, 42:15

Bassoon - mini - 21:6

Bassoon, new maker (Guntram Wolf) - 18:12, 21:6

Cambridge Woodwind Makers - 73:19-20

Case repair, Spare Cheney parts from Graham Lovell - 12:3 (see also Suppliers & Services)

Clarinet -
    • New Jupiter and Buffet models - 18:11-13
    • Care of wooden parts - 25:13-16
    • Buffet Crampon "Green-Line" - 19:8
    • Lyons C - 22:9-12 & 20
    • Removing a round Spring from a Flute or Clarinet - 53:20-23

Cleaning - 17:9

Complete Woodwind Repair Manual- Reg Thorpe (extracts from) - 73:15-17

Conn Saxophones, history - 27:22-26

Cork, all about natural - 19:17-19

Corroded Rod & Pivot Screws - 56:16-19

Courses described -
         • the Malden school of M.I.R. - 1:11
         • the 3 year course at Stevenson College, Edinburgh - 10:5-6
         • NAPBIRT training centre - 17:5-6

Crack Pinning with Grenadilla Sticks - 37:15-18

Cryogenic treatment of saxophones - 19:24

Educating, helping, the student customer to define problems - 7:5-6

Experts Hot Line - 12:8

Fitting sax keys without counter boring posts - 34:4

Flat spring problems on a King Tenor sax. – Jim Beckett - 64:23, 65:9 (repeat)

Flute – Basic Care Instructions for a Wooden Flute- Jem Hammond - 69:15-16

Flute, new B&H and Jupiter - 18:11(See also amendment 19:20)

Flute pads, Straubinger - 27:27-29

Flute – Quick Repair - 29:10-11

Flute – Removal of Flute Pad Retaining Washers - 54:20

Fox & Renard Bassoons & Oboes - 20:23

Gold plated flute pads and brass plated sax pads - 34:12-15

Grafton Saxophone - 44:6-10

Green-Line instruments - 19:8

Instrument News - 18:11-14

Installing saxophone pads, shellac vs. hot melt glue, wall tiling and other stuff - 34:6-10

Key Corks – from The Complete Woodwind repairer by Reg Thorp - 61:17-20

Key work -
     • correcting noisy key work - 5:17
     • Clarinet bridge-key adjustment - 2:8-9
     • lengthening keys that cannot be swedged - 14:23, 17:7

“King” Saxophones – I love King Saxes - 29:26-30

Lacquering/Plating, First Class Brass - 20:15

Lathe for Sale –John Carpenter - 69:22

Leak light -
     • making a fluorescent one - 3:11
     • using a leak light to seat saxophone pads - 10:3

Lyons C clarinet - 22:9-12 & 20

Making a Spring Punch - © Reg Thorpe 1996 – 65:15

Mini bassoon - 21:6

Mouthpieces, Clarinet & Sax - Edward Pillinger - 21:8

Mouthpieces, See also under ‘Acoustics’

Musings on the new Odyssey Premier OCL 500 Bb Clarinet -Peter Pollard - 65:10

NAPBIRT -
     • training centre - 17:5-6, 21:5
     • visit to UK by Chuck Hagler - 24:15 & 17

Oboe overhaul - 30:15-22

Oboe Reed- making - 33:14-15

Octave mechanism, Saxophones.

Pad seating -
      • adaping a heat gun for pad seating - 7:19
      • hot-melt glue for pad seating - 2:9
      • various feeler materials described - 5:13
      • using a leak light to seat saxophone pads - 10:3
      • problems with felt in pads - 14:16
      • stocking levels for saxophones - 24:10-11, 43:9-10
      • Valentino - 18:12-13

Pivot rod (rusted) removal - 25:8

Point/pivot screws, correction when worn - 4:19

Pin replacement on flutes - 22:18-20

PTFE tape, use between adjusting surfaces etc - 4:7

Recorder, making an extra key on a wooden recorder - 9:17

Removing a Pull Through by Reg Thorp 75:18

Repadding Professional Flutes by Reg Thorp 76:18-21

Repair definitions, suggestions of what work the terms "Service", Overhaul" etc. might cover - 7:7

Repairs “Why do repairs cost so much?” - 16:10-12

Replacing Clarinet B12 broken side lever pin. 78:22-23.

Replacing an Oboe Crown - by Reg Thorp 75:19-20

Report on Opening of String Wind Repairs – Derek Himsley - 68:15

Restoration: Our Choice - 47:16

Rod screws, correcting binding rod screws - 9:14-16

Saxophones -
      • adjusting springs - 2:15
      • Conn, history - 27:22-26
      • effect of lacquer on sound - 23:16-17
      • E42 Saxophone Pad Slix
      • cryogenic treatment of - 19:24
      • overhaul - 11:9-10, 16:17-18
      • neck adjustment - 19:11-12
      • Neck Cork - From Section 4 Complete Woodwind Repair Manual - Reg Thorp 74:19-21
      • neck driver –Ferres – 31: 9,
      • octave mechanism - 15:7-9; 42:19-21
      • pad installation and levelling - 31:19-22
      • pad setting using a leak light - 10:3
      • pads, stocking of - 24:10-11; 43:9-10
      • Sax Repair (Peter Harrison) - 49:7-8
      • Sax Repair (2) - 50:20
      • The Magnehelic Leak detection at the Saxophone Bench (part 1) - 39:4
      • Pressure Testing Without a Magnehelic - 41:4-6
      • The History of “Top 40” Saxophone Solos - 39:5-6
      • Tone hole levelling - 9:3
      • Tuning problems - 20:20-21
      • New Jupiter - 18:11

Screw Threads from The Complete Woodwind Repair Manual – Reg Thorpe - 70:19-21

Screw Threads (repeat article) from The Complete Woodwind Repair Manual – Reg Thorpe - 77:18-20

Serial Numbers - 10:10-11, 11:17-18, 12:14, 13:11-12, 15:21, 17:10-12, 18:19-20, 19:30-33 20:23

Shellac, all about it - 11:11-12

Solution to an Oboe Problem by Jennifer Porcas - 62:21

Spring adjusting on Saxophones - 2:15

Spring tempering in the workshop - 25:18-19. 44:19-20.

Storage, long-term storage of a flute - 2:8

Straubinger flute pads - 27:27-29

Suppliers and Services - 8:19-20, 14:18-23, 15:20

Tempering small springs in the workshop - 25:18-19

Tenon Corks –from The Complete Woodwind Repairer by Reg Thorp – 61:21-23

The Story of Grafton Saxophones by Geoff Collins - 57:8-12 Reprinted 58:88-11

Thread Joint Lapping –Jem Hammond - 69:16-20

Tone holes, Saxophone tone hole levelling - 9:3

Tools; making a triangular scraper - 13:9

Tools – My Favourite Tools – John Carpenter - 68:12-13

Top Tone Pads – “The Legend” - 46:6-7

Turning down a mouthpiece tenon - 53:19

Valentino pads - 18:12-13

The Varitone “Electric saxophone” - 37:11-13

Watch out – Beetles About - 53:6-8

What’s in a Name - 53:9

Wooden parts, care of - 25:13-16

Woodwind Instrument Cracks - 36:11-12

Woodwind joint holding jig - 25:4-5

Yamaha flute case handle repair – 30:23.

STRINGS

A Bridge over troubled strings. John Carpenter - 68:19

A Candle-Powered Glue pot – for Luthiers on the Go - 59:13

Advance Notice of an Exciting Luthier Event - 59:16

Bass Guitar Restoration - 43:12-17

Books on repairing - 11:10, 12:15, 15:13, 15:14, 17:3-4

Bow making - 27:21

Crown Pianos Letter - 71:18-19

Double Bass Repair - 49:14-19

Electronic pick-up by Schaller - 19:28

Experts Hot Line - 12:8

Fender Precision Bass by Neil Smith - Vegas Guitars 76:22-23

"F" holes - The Science and evolution and Buying a Strad by Eddie Thompson. 77:14- 15 & 22

Fiddling Around and About (Pete Cooper) - 52:20

Fitting a New Bridge to a Cello - 53:16-18

From the Soundpost. Pegs-A Fitting Choice - 57:7

Guitar headstock repair - 27:12-14

Guitar Set-up and Head Dressing

Harp Repair & Restoration - 40:3-4

Incredibows – a string test - 47:12-13

Letter to Mark re Super-glue etc. - 28:14

Musical Wood - 50:15

My Crwth and Other Animals, by John the Violin Man - 58:16-17

News from the MRC Desk (Piano Repairing)

No More Slipping Pegs - 51:18-19

Repair, Restoration & Alteration to Joseph Hill Double Bass - 58:14-15

Repairs “Why do repairs cost so much?” - 16:10-12

Schaller bow re-hairing - 20:8-9

Scraper Planes for sale - 28:15

Sitar Repair - 28:9

Tale of a Bow by John the Violin Man - 9:12

The Art of Bass Playing - 37:6-7

The Fiddle in Morris Dance - 48:16-17

The Forgotten Fiddle - 48:2

The Sale Room - 49:2(contd)

The Hill Legacy - 47:10-11

The Itinerant Luthier - 48:18-19

The Messiah Violin by Jim Beckett 76:23

The Most Maligned of All Instruments (Banjo) - 54:9-11

The Quiet Banjo by Bill Le Gros - 67:24-26

Thread for tying hair hanks - 14:3-4, 15:3

Varnish Care and Restoration – Bowed Instruments - 51:9-11

Violin making in Cremona - 27:4-7

Viva Las Vegas custom Guitars 75:22-23

Wolf Notes and Incredibows - 46:8

INSTRUMENT NEWS

Bassoon - mini - 21:6

Bassoon, new maker (Guntram Wolf) - 18:12, 21-6

Euphonium, new Jupiter - 21:18-19

Green-Line instruments - 19:8

Lyons C clarinet - 22:9-12 & 20

New Instruments/Makers - 18:11-14 (+19:20) 20:23

MEETINGS AND VISITS

MEETINGS

AGMs

1994 :3-7, 1995 8:5-7, 1996 11:2-5, 1997 14:6-7, 1998 18:4-6, 1999 21:2-5 & 10-12,
2000 24:8-10 & 19, 2001 27:8-10, 2002 30:3-9, 2003 35:6-10, 2004 38:14-15 & 20,
2005 42:3-4 & 5-7, 2006 44:3, 2007 48:11-12, 2008 52:5-10, 2009 12-18, 2010 8-12,
2011 64:12, 2012 67:8-14, 2013 72:8-9 & 13, 2014 75:12-14.

Committee meetings

11:15-16, 14:8, 15:4-6, 18:7-8, 19:2-7

Informal local meetings

20:22

Spring Meetings

2001 - 25:11, 26:6 & 12

2002 - 27:15

2002 - 27:5-9

2003 - 32:4-8

2004 - 36:14-16

2005 - 40:6-10

2006 - 42:4-8

2007 - 46:10-13

2008 - 50:6-9

2009 - 54:8

2010 - 59:6-8

2011 - 61:13-15 (Rath trombones, Hansons Clarinets, Jim Langley’s collection)

2012 - 65:6 & 7

2013 - 69:10-11

2014 - 74:12-17 (Newark College)

2015 - 77:6-8 (The Auction)

Autumn Meetings

Moulsford 18 September 2011 - 63:7 & 23

Notice of Special Autumn Meeting - 66:7

Moulsford 23 September 2012 - 67:20-21

John Hornby Skews September 2013 - 71:15-17

Howarths and Ackerman's October 2014 - 75:10-11

OTHER VISITS

B & H - 7:4-5, 10-9, re-visited 17:8

Besson Brass Visit - 41:8-12

Boosey & Hawkes at the Horniman - 45:15-16

Bruno Kampmann – another visit, April 2010 - 57:16-19, 60:18

Buffet 1999 - 21:14, 2001 - 26:10-11 & 13-15

Buffet Crampon 2009 - 56:12-15

Cotton Mechanical Music Museum - 51:16-17

Courtois Visit - 55:21-23

Decap Works Antwerp - 51:12-15

Guided Tour to Pilgrim Harps - 40:13-15

Ron Hartwell and Player Pianos Visit, June 2011 - 61:11-12

Hinton’s visit to MIM Musical Instrument Museum in Brussels - 36:8-10

Andrew Hooker Violins (AGM 2006) – 44:11-13

James Music Carmarthen (visit by John & Caroline) - 63:16-19

Ladies Day in Versailles October 2009 - 56:11

Lutherie 2011, A visit by events Organiser Jim Beckett - 61:9-10

London Talk on African Blackwood - 52:21-23

London Metropolitan University (AGM 2005) - 42:5-7

“Mighty” Wurlitzer in Berlin - 39:12-15

The Horniman Museum (AGM 2003) - 35:6-10

Howarth’s Factory Worthing - 37:4-5

Bernd Moosman’s Bassoon Factory Stuttgart - 60:17-18

Musical Instrument Repairs, Halesowen - 9:4

Musical Wanderings in Leipzig - 50:16-19

Paris, Bruno Kampmann’s Collection, January 2007 - 45:10-13

Proposed visit to John Hornby Skews Sept 2013 - 68:11

Royal Visit to Rath Trombones by HRH Princess Royal 76:6-7

Visit to  John Hornby Skews, Report by Jim Beckett – 71:15-17

Reid Concert Hall Museum in Edinburgh – (David & Judy Hinton’s visit)

UK by Chuck Hagler, NAPBIRT - 24:15 & 17

Selmer 2003 – 32:16-19

St Albans Organ Museum (AGM 2004) - 38:5-8, (AGM 2013) - 71:20-22

Ultrasonic Power Corporation Demonstration - 54:25-26

Denis Wick Factory and Poole Technical Plating - 60:15-16

Windcraft - 11:5

Yamaha Milton Keynes - 48:8-9 (AGM 2007)

GENERAL

The only thing in common with these items is that they don't fit anywhere else!

About NAMIR - 72:20-21

Accordion repair, reprint of NAPBIRT article - 8:13-18

Acoustics, basic woodwind - 22:4-7, 23:4-7, 24:5-7

Adaptive Engineering for Musical Instruments - 44: 21-32

Aims and benefits of NAMIR - 1:3-4 & 7:9

Apprenticeships- "Let's do something about it" - 73:13 & 21

Are we really a National Association? - 38:21

Auctions, Bath auction described - 4:18

Auctions, NAMIR auction proposed - 10:14

A Letter from Krishna Lester following the report on our AGM - 61:7

A Musical Coach trip by Brian Boughton - 57:14

A short tale of a Minstrel and a Violin – 50:31

A View from the Rostrum - 46:14-15

A Wandering Minstrel by Kathryn Millard (daughter of John Carpenter) - 45:8-9

Beware – Identity Theft - 44:4-5

"Bin Fodder" - 21:19-20

Books on repairing - 11:10, 12:15, 15:13, 15:14, 17:3-4

Rutland Boughton written by his son B.L.Boughton - 57:13

Case repair, Spare Cheney parts from Graham Lovell - 12:3 (see also Suppliers & Services)

Casting –A follow up from Spring Meeting report - 50:10-12

Cat Systems – Clive Oakes - 56:20

Chandler Tools – Mark Chandler - 69:13

Cleaners, Strippers and Old Scrubbers – 31:3

Clothing, NAMIR logo'd clothing - 8:28-29, 12:3, 20:1

Committee, what the committee does - 10:2-3

Committee, for contact Number's. see your latest IR

Communication with the customer - 10:7

Cork, artificial, pros & cons - 3:7

Cork, all about natural - 19:17-19

Courier/Carrier - 12:7

Disease & Prevention in the Music Environment - 42:9-13

Do I Need a PPL – Geoff Collins - 71:9

Donation to Horniman Museum (letter) - 52:11

Experts Hot Line - 12:8

Exploding trombone - 18:22

First Class Brass - 20:15

Haines Manuals for Musical instruments 74:22-23

Haines Manuals -Reviews 75:16-17

Health, effect of playing on - 22:20, 23:19

Heard at the Forum - 39:16-18

He is a Genius - 38:4-5

Hide Glue, 40 Years on and Still Holding by Julian Dyer - 55:8-11

Hints, tips & bright ideas - 1:8-9, 2:10-11, 3:8-11, 4:8-11, 5:8-9, 5:13, 7:10, 7:13 & 9:13

See also Tools and look - 11:13, 12:9, 12:15, 15:12-15, 19:13-14, 20:6-7, 18-19, 21:15

under component tools - 25:4-5 & 19, 25:13-16 & 19, 26:5 & 8; 42:14; 64:14-18

How Come Repairs Cost So Much? – 31:13-17

Informal local meetings - 20:22

In the beginning. How NAMIR was formed - 48:6-7

Insurance for NAMIR members - 67:18-19, 68:16

It was a dark and stormy night, by Philip Bridle - 45:17-19

Instrument numbers, collecting - 18:19

Insurance - 15:11-12, 20:10

Internet - 18:16, 19:1, 20:1, 26:4-5, 27:11

Internet - Useful sites etc. - 19:7, 20:9, 24:21

Intrepid Repairer Magazine - 21st Anniversary Year - 7:18

Invoices & repair dockets - 5:10-11

Lathe, books & videos - 2:5-6

Lathe, holding square sections in a three jaw chuck - 26:5

Lacquer, effect on sound - 23:16-17

Lacquering/Plating, First Class Brass - 20:15

Logo, alternatives and vote on - 2:19-22

Membership lists - 6:3, 8:8-9; With Issue 11, 16:3-7, 19:36-43, 20:16-17, 19:34-43, 20:16-17

Method to hold Difficult Shapes in the Vice by Jim Beckett - 55:19

Michael T Sowden Musical Tails - 62:21

Music Industry News. Make do and Mend. An article on NAMIR Ltd - 70:13-14

Musical Instrument Repair Courses – Trevor Head - 38:22-27

NAMIR Constitution – 38:28-33

NAMIR goods - 8:28-29, 12:3, 20:1

NAPBIRT training centre - 17:5-6, 21:5

Napbirt, visit to UK by Chuck Hagler - 24:15 & 17

Napbirt, Conference April 2005 - 41: 13-17

Napbirt, Conference 2014 - Portland Oregon USA - 73:9

Origins of the Black Faced Minstrel Groups. Cyril Wakeham - 56:22-23

Patents, Musical patents of the past - 19:25-26, 22:16-17, 23:18, 24:22, 27:16

People - 20:10-11, 24:2-3 & 16

Pivot rod (rusted) removal - 25:8

Planning Permission - 11:11-12

Plating/Lacquering, First Class Brass - 20:15, 22:14

Plating, copper - 22:13

Pricing - 2:3, 5:9, 6:16-17, 7:3, 7:7-8, 10:7, 15:23

and article “Why do repairs cost so much?” - 16:10-12, 23:2-3

Profiles of, Bournemouth Sinfonietta - 9:6

Proposal by Graham Lovell for NAMIR Ltd 20 Year event 67:15 & 17

Repairing in a general music shop - 10:4-5

Repairs, doing more than we should? - 19:28-29

Report on NAPBIRT Conference USA 2011 – Gale & Diana Lawson - 63:10-13

Report on NAPBIRT Conference 2012 – Gale Lawson - 65:20-23

Retailing by repairers - 10:6, 11:6

Screw Threads - 13:10

Safety, electrical safety - 7:20

Safety, Hepatitis - 8:11

Safety, Tetanus - 7:10

Safety, Trichlorethylene - 11:8, 11:20, 18:15

Safety, & solvents - 18:15

Saxophone pads, stocking of - 24:10-11

Saxophone beats Lawnmower!!! - 36:4-7

Scottish Apprenticeships by Andrew May - 76:17

Scottish Secretary, report from - 18:10

Shellac, all about it - 11:11-12

Shellac! What the ****** is shellac? - 34:18-21

Small Tragedy Turns into Perfect Dream. By Frank Baan - 58:12

Solvent Cleaners - 11:8, 11:20, 18:15

Solvent dangers - 18:15

Spares - Antoine Courtoise, Willson, Taylor Trumpets, Percussion - 16:14

Springs, Tempering in the workshop - 25:18-19

Steam launch (toy) - 12:10

Stolen instruments/Lost & Found - 3:17, 7:18, 8:12, 9:8, 16:7, 20:24

Student Bursary Scheme - 60:6

Stuff Ya Otta Know - 40:16-18

Suppliers and Services, main lists - 8:19-20, 14:18-23, 16:14, Separate list with 22

Tempering by deep cold (Cryogenic) - 3:16, 19:24

Tempering small springs in the workshop - 25:18-19

The Colorado Institute of Musical Instrument Technology has become an Associated member of NAMIR - 61:8

The Great Rate Debate - 31:4-7

The history of the Intrepid repairer - 34:16-17

The Making of a Wooden Trumpet - by George King - 63:9

When is Brass Woodwind? – By Jim Beckett (Relating to above article from last issue) - 64:13

The Website Forum – When did you last use it? By David Hinton - 58:6-7

Thomas Navin’s Journey to Become a Luthier- Victoria & Thomas Navin - 70:22-23

Timpani Head Replacement - 15:16-19

Tone holes: To file or not to file - 35:18-22

Tools, (see also Hints & Tips)

Tools, bench motor - 23:10

Tools, Dent balls (Daves) - 23:9

Tools, Dent ball driver - 23:8

Tools, Dent balls, use of - 23:15

Tools, punch for felt etc. - 2:10-11, 3:9-10

Tools, specialist Brass & Woodwind - 12:13

Tools, making a triangular scraper - 13:9

Tools, Woodwind joint holding jig - 25:4-5

Training, the 3 year course at Stevenson College, Edinburgh - 10:5-6

Training, the Malden school of M.I.R. - 1:11

Training, NAPBIRT training centre - 17:5-6, 21:5

Training Students in Tema, Ghana, West Africa – Daniel Parker - 66:12-13

Translation of a Document about Adolphe Sax - 49:20-23

Trials of an Elderly Repairer – Aches & Pains - by David Hinton - 57:15

A response to the above Article by A.E.Macdonald - 59:18-19

Trumpet bell, replacement Olds - 23:3

Ultrasonic Cleaning at the NAPBIRT Conference April 2011 – 63:14-15

Using my Bus Pass - 46:19

What is Incorporation of NAMIR etc? - 59:14-15

Wooden parts, care of - 25:13-16

Woodwind acoustics - 22:4-7, 23:4-7, 24;5-7

Woodwind Joint holding jig - 25:4-5

Workshops - 5:14 & 8:10-11

Workshop equipment - 49:8

www.Website Developments - 35:4-5

LETTERS ETC.

Crazy but True - 72:22

Something to Chew on 72:22

Wierd & Wonderful, Elephant Sneeze, Mystery Tool - 73:22

PROFILES OF REPAIRERS

Peter Harrison - 9:5

Ian White - 18:17-18

Jessica Rance - 19:9-10

Maurice Wright - 20:4-5 & 12-13

Chris House - 21:7 & 9

Philip Neville - 23:12-14

Alison Cooper - 24:12-13

Frank Baan - 26:7-9

Mark Moran - 27:17-19

Roger Price - 28:17-21

Ian & Kay Brown - 29:21-25

Guiseppe Formisano - 30:25-28

Tom Court - 32:23-26

Gale Lawson - 33: 8-12

Leonard Lamprell - 35:13-17

Steve Marshall & Ally McGurk - 38:10-12 & 16-17

Neil Morris - 39:8-11

Des Graham - 42:16-18

Reg Thorp - 43:18-22

Chris McNeilly - 44:14-18

Keith Graves - 47:6-8

John Carpenter - 48:20-23

David Ivory - 50:28-30

Rod Wilmot - 51:7-8

Richard Dawson - 52:12-15

Helen Kavanagh - 53:11-12

Bond Osinomumu - 54: 18-19

Talent Spot. Instruments of Intimacy: Tobye Le Valliant - 54:16-17

Mike Acott - 56:6-7

Sarah Garrard - 58:18

Jim Langley - 59:10-11, 17 & 23

Introduction to a new member George Schlub - 60:20-21

Ron Hartwell – Restorer of Player Pianos - 61:8-12

Alaster Bentley - 62:17-20

Peter Pollard - 65:11

Ruth & Frank – Career ended due to physical problems - 68:17

Introduction to our New Members Sean & Bob Brennan - 68:21

Reg Thorpe with acceptance to being Vice President - 72:15-17

John Carpenter - 72:19

Richard Smith - 40 years of repairing - 78:6-7

OBITUARY

David Hinton – 1937–2011 – 63:6

Ted Adams - 1938-2015 - Farewell to Master Craftsman - 78:10-13

STUDENT NEWS

Eduardo S. Del Canto Ramos - 78:15

Kenny Wando in Training with Daniel Parker - 78:18