Hey all, I had gotten curious about why the metalites had been discontinued so I decided to write someone at Rico with some questions. Suprisingly, I got a rather fast response from them. Here was there response: "Hello Joshua, Thanks for the email. I appreciate the feedback and have...Last Post By: vbluesman Today, 01:18 PM
I know I will probably upset the SOTW scientific community with this one but these are my impressions good or bad........ Posted a new review of "The Buzz" Oversized Neck Screw by Westcoast Sax today. Snake Oil or the Real Deal? You decide.............. ...Last Post By: MartinMusicMan Yesterday, 06:52 AM
After researching this as thoroughly as time has allowed, I'm a bit confused. By all accounts, Yanagisawa (1) is regarded as one of the "big four," (2) is generally thought to have either the best construction quality bar none, or at least to be built as well as any other sax, (3) is regarded as...Last Post By: blowhead9 Yesterday, 04:06 AM
The best Conns are which model? and the Tone, playability compared to Beuscher is better some say. I say a 30M is a dream! But How many were made? I have the 1922 Beuscher price list which has a Conn as one of their sales models FrzLast Post By: TrueTone 08-28-2016, 12:09 AM
400 USD for a quick sale ;-)glunkglunk Today, 10:22 PM
Whoops, here ya go - looks like it changed after all when the model evolved to "Super 400". This site says nickel, but I'm guessing nickel silver.
both #3 sold.
New piece added:
5. Tenor red plastic Conn Eagle large chamber refaced by Brian Powell to .105 with nice rollover baffle added. Nice large chamber with projection combo, unique...
Thanks. I haven't heard the rumor of changing it to brass. I think it just went away.Dr G Today, 10:17 PM
It does have the solve tone ring, if I'm not mistaken didn't they eventually change to a brass tone ring? (I feel like I read that somewhere).martinmclaren Today, 10:12 PM