– SPOKESMAN REVIEW –
by Mike Prager
Robin Amend knows how hard children can be on musical instruments. He makes a living fixing crushed trumpets, bent trombone slides, broken cello bridges and cracked clarinets.
Amend has been repairing musical instruments for 18 (now 26) years including the past twelve (now 20) at his shop at 1305 W. 14th.
He describes his craft as a cross between being a plumber, a jeweler, and an auto body repairman.
“I like everything about it,” he said of his job. “You get to do something different every day.” Continue reading “REPAIR SHOP SAVES HORNS, CELLOS FROM SILENT DEATH”