Re: Xylo touch-up
Posted by been there on 10/25/2020, 8:30 am, in reply to "Xylo touch-up "
Unfortunately, there is no inexpensive option other than sharpies that will get close. If the instrument is an older one, it could probably use some tuning adjustment. When sent in to be tuned, they can also refinish the bars and make them look good as new. It's not cheap (usually around $150 per octave) but it sure beats buying a new xylophone, especially if the frame is still in good shape. I've used John Salazar for years to tune my keyboard instruments, but there are several other reputable people/companies who offer the same service.|