Havenīt read all answers, so someone may have said this already, but:
There are some nice Opto Cable Live Cameras (donīt know the real name . . .)
that come at a reasonable prize. With them you can see everything inside
the horn (red rot, lumps of solder, old shewing gum, things you donīt want to see . . .)
Theyīre of course not for free, but if you plan to make this a part time living
you could save up for one . . .
Dutch rush is a common name for any of several species of Equisetum (horsetail). Historically, dried pieces were used for scouring pans and such, but if you've not been blessed with an overabundance of the exceedingly invasive nuisance in your garden, you can buy small packets of the stuff from good woodwind shops. It contains a lot of silicates, and does a pretty good job of cleaning a pan or smoothing a reed.
Vintage Olds and Reynolds and Selmers, yes sir, yes sir, two gazoos full.
Aubertins, Bessons, Calicchios, Courtois, Wild Things, Marcinkiewicz, Ogilbee Thumpet, DeNicola Puje, Kanstuls, etc.
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