Notice: Workshop Capacity

Our workshops are currently at full capacity, and we are not accepting any additional saxophones at this time. Once we have worked through our backlog, we will resume taking new instruments.

 

Fully equipped workshops ready to breathe new life into your sax.

We are proud to offer a high quality repair department, where our highly-trained and experienced technicians can repair, service and overhaul your saxophones.
Our sax repair workshop is fully equipped to breathe new life into your sax. From complete rebuilds of vintage horns to just simple "on the spot" adjustments, all are welcome. Almost any sax can be made playable again so if you have an old instrument we can provide a quote to recondition it.


London Saxophone Servicing 

London Store

Notice: Workshop Capacity

Our workshops are currently at full capacity, and we are not accepting any additional saxophones at this time. Once we have worked through our backlog, we will resume taking new instruments.

26 Stamford Street
London
SE1 9LQ
Phone: 01892 662533 - Option 2


Meet The London Technicians

London Saxophone Technician - Lewis

Lewis

Lewis Mace Started playing saxophone at 18 years old and after two years of playing decided to go back to college to study music, completing one year of popular music and then two years of Jazz. Then after spending time playing Soprano, Alto, Tenor and even Baritone in different bands he became inspired watching his local repairer and decided that he would like to learn to make and repair woodwind instruments. He proceeded to enroll at Newark college where he studied Woodwind Making & Repair, hand building a complete Boehm system clarinet and leaning to repair and maintain all the woodwind family and also studying Engineering and tool making where he learnt to make his own tools.



London Saxophone Technician - Mark

Mark

Mark has been working at the London store since it first opened in Denmark street after completing The Woodwind making and repair course at Newark. He is the longest serving member of the London staff and over this time has gained many years of valuable experience working with a wide range of horns from many different eras. He particularly enjoys restoring vintage horns and key-work modification.