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    Super 20 Fan Club

    Thread Starter: Anonymous

    We're baa-aaaack! Super 20 players, stand up and be counted. Super 20 tenor, 364xxx, silver neck, brass bell, no pearls on the side :( I've had this horn since 1974 (sophomore year high school). Dad paid $75 for the horn, then another $100 for a complete overhaul/relacquer (it needed...

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    Whats your Alto Setup?

    Thread Starter: ajcomputers

    After seeing how popular this thread was in the Tenor section. Why don't we give it a shot here? My alto setup is as follows: Selmer Mark VI Alto Early Babbit Otto Link 6* mouthpiece Francois Louis "Ultimate" ligature and smart cap Runyon Palm Key Risers Vandoren or Rigotti Reeds Oleg...

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    Bill Bryant

    Yanagisawa owners club

    Thread Starter: Bill Bryant

    Welcome to the Yanagisawa owners club. Which Yanagisawa do you own, what mpc and reeds do you use with it, and what kind of playing do you enjoy? T991 tenor Yanagisawa 6 HR mpc or JJ HR* 6* Rico Select Jazz 2M filed demonstrating things in beginner and intermediate band classes, playing along...

    Last Post By: thepoet 01-26-2015, 02:05 AM Go to last post
    Sax Magic

    Great Sellers with Whom to Deal!

    Thread Starter: Sax Magic

    I thought it might be a good idea to gather up a thread with all of the recommended sellers that folks have had the pleasure with whom to do business. These recommendations often come at the end of long threads and are not seen again. I'll start the ball rolling. I have had many transactions...

    Last Post By: Jazz Is All Yesterday, 09:59 AM Go to last post

    why don't we go back to A=432 Herz ?

    Thread Starter: toughtenor

    I just read an article claiming that the most "natural" tuning is A=432 Herz. Interesting but it is going against the trend of tuning even higher to 442 Herz I read somewhere on the SOTW (and some other sources as well) that it was NAZI minister Goebbels in 1938 who proposed the retuning to...

    Last Post By: Alain Gen Yesterday, 10:40 PM Go to last post
  • Dexter Gordon in Finland 1971

    As a young guy I was lucky to meet and photograph Dexter Gordon when he was playing a gig in Finland, Vaasa Youth Festival on 19 June 1971. Dexter is still one of my favorite sax players.

    More jazzy pictures from the festival in my blog: http://wp.me/p1jVlh-f2.

    This article was originally published in forum thread: Dexter Gordon in Finland 1971 started by OlliL View original post
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    1. swansong's Avatar
      swansong -
      very cool! looks like Dexter is using some sandpaper on his octave pip?
    1. caipigian's Avatar
      caipigian -
      great! he is my favorite! no doubt.. always a bit behind on sound... great groove...
    1. lipper's Avatar
      lipper -
      Quote Originally Posted by caipigian View Post
      great! he is my favorite! no doubt.. always a bit behind on sound... great groove...
    1. Charlinhos's Avatar
      Charlinhos -
      Dexter, we love you man.

    1. swissjazzfan's Avatar
      swissjazzfan -
      Oh man...I wished I've been there too in 1971.
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