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    Mike T

    Re: '33 CONN Transitional Tenor... Whoopeee!

    It's a 1932 horn, right in the sweet spot for Conn tenors, with a huge tone. Mine has SN 251xxx, so it's just a few months older than yours. Yours at least has the maker's name, whereas mine is a...

    Mike T Today, 02:11 PM Go to last post
    Dannabis

    Re: Top teeth

    On the subject of embouchures not anchored by the teeth:

    If you are attempting to have a double lip embouchure, is the learner taking time to practice with relaxing your muscles?

    I am an older...

    Dannabis Today, 02:03 PM Go to last post
    jamiejazz

    Re: Barry Harris has another name for the major bebop scale

    I've been going to Barry's workshops for 10 years or so, and I find it hard to summarise what he teaches. The main thing I've got is the way you learn the way groups, or families of chords are...

    jamiejazz Today, 02:00 PM Go to last post
    Henblower

    Re: Four Valuable Instruments (3 alto saxes, 1 soprano sax) stolen near Cologne, Germany

    Thanks, Repentatonic, that's very kind of you.

    Henblower Today, 01:54 PM Go to last post
    Dr G

    Re: Tenor Sax out of tune.

    If you are playing a C, and the tuner (set to concert pitch, and A=440) is showing a B vs Bb, then you are SHARP. Pull the mouthpiece out on the cork and/or loosen your embouchure.

    Dr G Today, 01:43 PM Go to last post