Reed Knives and Brass Tubing 

Reed Knife (Right Hand Bevel) 
This knife is forged from high quality steel, out-performing many knifes twice as expensive.  Compact, folding blade reed knife.  The 2 3/8" straight blade is flat ground. Ideal for adjustments while away from the workshop.  $25.00
Sharpening Stones  
A knife is only as good as its edge.  The Alumina Ceramic Stone is long lasting and durable.  The stone's hardness is 9.22 (based on the diamond hardness scale 1-10).  Easy maintenance and cleaning:  just wash steel from stone with a household cleanser (Ajax, Comet, etc...)  No messy oils.  
White Paddle Stone (Fine grit, used for honing)
3" x 1" x 1/8", mounted on a cedar paddle
Cane Reed Dryer 
Tired of waiting for your new reed to dry?  In approximately three hours you can be playing a concert on a brand new reed (after initial soaking).  The process is gentle, safe, simple and portable.  Using a heatless vacuum drying method and oil-less pump.  Simply place reed in the clear lucite drying chamber, set the pump time, and in approximately 2 1/2 hours it is ready to finish and play.  Weighs 15 lbs. $550
Plain, plastic 6" (150mm) ruler.  $2.00
Cutting Block 
Hand turned birch. 1 1/4" dia. x 1 1/2" high. $7.00 
Small, flat, triple-cut, fine knurl pattern.  $6.00 
These are high-quality, 5" pliers with rubber grips.  Needle nosed with wire cutter. $10.50 
Tubing Cutter 
These small cutters take 1/8" to 5/8" o.d. tubing.  They are ideal for cutting the brass tubing used in crumhorns and other instruments. $11.95 
Brass Tubing  
Available in 4 diamaters:  7/32", 1/4", 9/32", and 5/16".  All lengths 12". $4.50 each.

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