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    The #1 Thing You Need to Do To Become a Great Improviser

    A really pertinent article and I have found through starting to improvise to backing tracks that my... Go to last post

    Jeanette 11-17-2015 07:24 AM
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    Re: HOLY GRAIL Soprano Mouthpieces!!

    slant sounds amazing !!!

    armada1905 Today, 11:03 PM Go to last post
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    Re: My First Time in contact with the WO10

    andre: Your ears must be better than mine . . . maybe its my attention span . . .

    Like I've said many times after listening to these comparison videos, by the time I've disabled one, then loaded...

    Dave Dolson Today, 10:49 PM Go to last post

    Re: Buescher series 1 vs series 2 big b

    Hey, glad to hear that! Actually, I wasn't lamenting it, just wondering if I made the right choice. At the time Gayle (at vintagesax) had both the 156 and the TH&C. The 156 was considerably less...

    JL Today, 10:48 PM Go to last post

    WTB: Hard rubber Lakey Symphony model

    Hi everyone,

    Looking to get a friend of mine a Christmas present. Please message me if you have one of these. They say Symphony model on them. Prefer hard rubber, will look at the plastic ones...

    Saxaholic Today, 10:42 PM Go to last post

    Re: WTB: Larry Teal Alto MPC

    The scroll shank LTs are incredibly underrated mouthpieces. At closed tips, they are amongst the best classical pieces, but once opened up, they become very nice small group pieces with a warm,...

    Saxaholic Today, 10:40 PM Go to last post
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