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 Sticky first octave pad
Author: michkhol 
Date:   2019-03-02 21:57

Newbie question here.

I have a Loree B series oboe. Is it normal, if after minutes of playing the first octave pad becomes sticky and the vent late to open? It is easily fixed by inserting a piece of a paper towel and applying light pressure. But I have to do it several times during my practice. Should the spring be adjusted?

Thanks!



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