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...Last Post By: Dr G 05-23-2016, 11:54 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: High Fly Today, 02:09 AM
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: LostConn Yesterday, 06:03 PM
The old thread got very long. Now closed but still accessible. As a starter for this new one: Smart people listen to Radiohead and dumb people listen to Beyoncé, according to studyLast Post By: jazzbluescat 05-23-2016, 12:44 PM
I have been searching the web for Leblanc Saxophones trying to put a serial number list together this is what I have found. Serial Number Type Year Source 542 Tenor Semi Rationale 1950's http://doctorsax.biz/LeBlanc_Rationale_Tenor.htm ...Last Post By: mintaka Yesterday, 07:32 PM
I switched to classical saxophone education and now the positioning of my upper teeth have to change...in simple words i have been said from my tutor: "too much mouthpiece out sonny"!
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My take on this sort of thing is most of the adjustments you'll be making will be largely subconscious, in response to what your ear is telling you. So if I get what he's saying, I'm with Pete. Yes...JL Today, 06:33 PM
I've been using the Cebulla with a wide adjuster for my Yamaha tenor and it has been very comfortable for up to 2 hours at a time. No experience with Joe's though.StageFright Today, 06:25 PM
Your kid wont be 4 for long, so eventually you are going to want a full 88 key weighted action if you wish him to develop a piano players technique.
My youngest started piano via a "Music for...