Probably the most obvious, but getting caught short without a reed would be very embarrassing! Thankfully, they come in handy boxes of 10 so you'll always have a spare. Until you run out.
For those stiff joints. Won't be needed all the time but handy if you're having trouble with assembly.
It doesn't hurt to have an emergency ligature, since they're relatively inexpensive. With a spare you don't need to worry about breakage or when one of those tiny screws goes walkabout.
Protect your reed and your mouthpiece during transit or when you're not playing.
These slip inside the instruments when you've finished playing and help draw the moisture out of the pads and the interior, helping extend the life of the instrument.
Keep your instrument moving freely with the Key oil. Bore oil is only for wooden topped instruments in humid climates and is best used in very small doses. For advice on how to use it, feel free to contact our Technician.