Mens Barber and Musical Instrument Repair in Canberra?

joingler 23 September 2013 14

I have two queries which I was hoping RiotAct could help me out with.

Firstly, thanks to Geelongs last quarter capitulation, I am now required to get a mullet. No, not the fish, the haircut (yes, stupid bet to make, I know). My hair is already shoulder length so just needs to bet cut into the style. Can anyone recommend a mens barber either in Inner North or Gungahlin that can help me out?

Secondly, my saxophone (alto) is in need of a service. Nothing major, just some replacement pads and a replacement screw that holds the neck in place. Apart from that just a few screws need to be adjusted. Given I have been ripped off before, I would like to hear peoples positive/negative feedback about anyone in Canberra that repairs woodwind instruments. I have a clarinet that could probably do with a service as well but it is not as bad as the sax.


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zllauh zllauh 11:39 am 17 Mar 15

don’t know relevant or not but i have been watching these videos regarding different haircuts on youtube slikhaartv.
THE BEST hair salon i have seen.

Darkfalz Darkfalz 8:25 pm 26 Sep 13

I miss the ubiquitous $5 men’s barbers in Sydney (probably $12 or something now).

ThrowawayAccount ThrowawayAccount 6:56 pm 26 Sep 13

PBO said :

I think that if the two were mixed it would be a business that would really do well in Canberra. I would love to get my haircut while continuously listening to the Baker Street sax sound..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LPfx40ikmQI

While you could go for Baker Street, if you are going all out and getting a mullet, I think some impromptu Careless Whisper would be much better…

http://youtu.be/GaoLU6zKaws

I’m sorry…

poetix poetix 8:51 pm 23 Sep 13

A Mohawk might be more appropriate…

enrique enrique 3:43 pm 23 Sep 13

1967 said :

enrique said :

After I get the mullet it is quite possible I’ll be in need of a new girlfriend as I don’t see my current one being too pleased. If anyone knows of any girls aged 20-25 that are into guys with mullets let me know…..

Try the Chisolm or Charnie taverns

Or any Centrelink office.

1967 1967 1:20 pm 23 Sep 13

enrique said :

After I get the mullet it is quite possible I’ll be in need of a new girlfriend as I don’t see my current one being too pleased. If anyone knows of any girls aged 20-25 that are into guys with mullets let me know…..

Try the Chisolm or Charnie taverns

crabb crabb 12:54 pm 23 Sep 13

Yep, Dirk’s the one to go to (for the sax). His website is http://tritone.net.au/

smiling politely smiling politely 11:46 am 23 Sep 13

Hmm, mullet and a saxophone, eh? Is that you, Wilbur Wilde?

breda breda 11:40 am 23 Sep 13

This is why I follow RA. You could travel a long way, for a long time, before finding this dual dilemma.

PBO PBO 11:20 am 23 Sep 13

I think that if the two were mixed it would be a business that would really do well in Canberra. I would love to get my haircut while continuously listening to the Baker Street sax sound..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LPfx40ikmQI

I remember in the 80’s and early 90’s that you couldnt hear a song without a sax solo in it. I think that it was the Revolting C##ks that killed the sax movement when they covered Rod Stewarts “If you want my body”.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T9lrgTMbt8Y

And Enrique is right, a true mullet is done at home because it is a short, front and sides. Or……Business up front and a party out back. Just dont get one of those bizzare back of the head “shithawks”, It is like a mowhawk but it is shit.

joingler joingler 10:41 am 23 Sep 13

enrique said :

You’re doing it all wrong.

A true mullet is done at home by the missus using either a pair of blunt scissors or a set of clippers in need of a good oiling!

For that real authentic feel, ask her to wear a pair of ugg boots or moccasins while she does it and get her to swear at you profusely each time you wriggle or move.

After I get the mullet it is quite possible I’ll be in need of a new girlfriend as I don’t see my current one being too pleased. If anyone knows of any girls aged 20-25 that are into guys with mullets let me know…..

DUB DUB 10:13 am 23 Sep 13

Dude, do not short change yourself, find some time and go visit Stan’s Hairdressing (not sure if this is the name), he located at Tuggeranong’s Hyperdome.
Stan is a proud wearer of (possibly Australia’s longest) mullet of all mullets. He will give you a nice mullet, this may even get your pic in a hall of fame on ratemymullet dot com.
Good luck and please post a pic of your mullet once it is done on riotact.

enrique enrique 10:12 am 23 Sep 13

You’re doing it all wrong.

A true mullet is done at home by the missus using either a pair of blunt scissors or a set of clippers in need of a good oiling!

For that real authentic feel, ask her to wear a pair of ugg boots or moccasins while she does it and get her to swear at you profusely each time you wriggle or move.

pink little birdie pink little birdie 9:52 am 23 Sep 13

Dirk in Brandon/Ainslie is where most people who play the sax or flute that I know go to. Davis wheeler music in Phillip also will send your instrument to a local repairer

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