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    Review: Conn Chu vs. The Martin Alto

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    Dermot

    Review: Conn Chu vs. The Martin Alto

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    SimonJazzSax

    Re: Tone Master copies for tenor

    I can't speak for him, but I believe he means that the facing curve is shorter overall and has the numbers of an alto piece instead of a tenor. As far as a reproduction, I don't know:)

    Hey...

    SimonJazzSax Today, 04:15 AM Go to last post
    Rackety Sax

    Re: Tone Master copies for tenor

    Two questions Sakshama: 1) what do you mean by "alto facing" and 2) when are you going to make a reproduction of that mouthpiece??

    Rackety Sax Today, 04:07 AM Go to last post
    Buster Chops

    Jack Walrath's FB rant: Kind of Blue recreation.

    Well if no one's threatened what is the explanation for extremely heated reactions against some really fine musicians making a recording? No skin off your *** unless you feel that it's taking...

    Buster Chops Today, 04:03 AM Go to last post
    Sakshama

    Re: Tone Master copies for tenor

    Oh and by the way I have seen in person the original triple ring Link Coltrane played, took measurements and you know what? He had wedge baffle in it and alto facing.
    Want to say that nothing is set...

    Sakshama Today, 03:58 AM Go to last post
    Dave Dolson

    Re: Beginning player

    Have you closely examined the horn and all of its mechanisms to make sure all the pads are least covering the tone holes and nothing is opening when it shouldn't (e.g., upper octave vent, G#/low C#,...

    Dave Dolson Today, 03:57 AM Go to last post