Are you waiting for a returned call, is your area code something other than 206? Well... I have the new phone, I'm waiting for my number to transfer. (going on week 2... sheesh.) Until I'm hooked up I can't call out of area code 206. Call me again if haven't heard back! Or send email. Thanks. -SG
Granlund Woodwind Repair offers thoughtful, careful and thorough repairs for clarinets, saxophones and flutes. I started the company in 1986 (wow, it's been 30 years!), working out of a backroom in John's Music Center, moving to my present location in 1993. Saxophone and clarinet repair by Scott Granlund.
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REEDS AND OTHER ACCESSORIES
I carry a few reeds. Rico and Vandoren. I have most of what you would need for "student use" and also some selection for the more advanced player. Also in stock are nice silk and hankie swabs and some good cork grease. Sometime soon I'll post a seperate page that will list all the accessories I have for sale — stay tuned.
My workshop is located in the Belltown neighborhood of downtown Seattle. 2218 2nd Avenue lies between Blanchard and Bell streets which are approx. 5 blocks north of Pike Place Market. I work out of a studio space, not a storefront so what you encounter at 2218 is Clever Bottle, a stylish bar, east side of the street, middle of the block, next door to Tula's. When you arrive, call me, I'll let you inside. The workshop is on the ground level, no stairs involved.
For directions from various highways to Belltown and my front door -->
Here is a link to the GoogleMaps page.
Here is a link to the MapQuest page.
Occasionally a customer sends a little comment about their instrument. Here are a couple --> CLICK HERE
For a list of my upcoming performances, CLICK HERE.
At home, at work -- CLICK HERE.