Studio 49 AM-05 Tubing and Felt for Pre-1993 Soprano or Alto Metallophone

Brand: Studio 49

Item: #255133
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$27.20

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For Studio 49 soprano or alto metallophones made between 1975-1992.

  

If your soprano or alto metallophone has a plastic insert as a liner inside the resonator box, this is the repair part for you.  One black rubber mounting strip, rubber sleeves for the nails and a felt strip are to be used on either side of the Soprano or Alto metallophone.

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I need to repair Studio 49 metallophones!
Martha G on Feb 29, 2012
I need to repair Studio 49 metallophones!
Martha G on Feb 29, 2012
I was able to repair a metallohone and now I have instruments two put two at and instrument.
David L on Sep 25, 2011
I was able to repair a metallohone and now I have instruments two put two at and instrument.
David L on Sep 25, 2011
I need this for bass metallphone I have the lyons one do you have this?
Lisa B on Nov 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: We are not able to get parts for Lyons brand instruments, unfortunately.
The description doesn't say how much tubing you get for $27.20. will I be able to repair several instruments?
A shopper on May 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This is enough tubing for one instrument- one strip of cording per side.
Any suggestions on how to remove the old felt?
A shopper on Jun 4, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Mine came out simply by ripping it out from one end. If there's residue, you can use a putty knife or an exacto knife to get out the rest. I had little felt "puffs"/residue left on the bottom, but it didn't affect the instrument at all.
I have a Studio 49 Alto Metallophone that I purchased in 1989, and I need to replace the tubing that covers the metal pins. The metallophone has felt on one side and rubber on the other side. But it does NOT have a plastic lining. Would this be the correct tubing for the instrument?
Angie L on Jul 25, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Hi, Angie.
I'm Kendall from Dancing Wood Music Instrumentarium Restoration. If it was purchased in 1989, it has to have a plastic resonator. You can't see that unless you remove some bars and look inside. They covered the outside with a wood vaneer.
That's a long way of saying "Yes".
You may wat to put a dab of elmers on each of the rubber caps to prevent loss. Also-put the felt on AFTER the new caps are in place.
dancingwoodmusic

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