Robert Booth Posted March 31, 2004 Share Posted March 31, 2004 I've just picked up another used Bastari 30-b of unknown history; probably 3rd or 4th hand by now. Problem: since reed response is sluggish, it takes a lot of air (not an unreasonable amount, however) to get them to speak, but sometimes the bellows, worn and soft, just implode. Can the current bellows be rehabilitated or is it time to replace them? Is this a job for amateurs or should I consult further with those who are more experienced? Thanks, Robert. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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