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    Hello Tom Hall, , . We dont have that kind of sax out here. .The mpc is it AUTO LINK?. We cannot get your type of Tenor unless we buy it on Ebay or other site .But it would cost a small fortune. My brother had a MK VI but I didnt quite like the tone of that particular sax.In 1978 I was performing in Damascus,SYRIA on a two year contract and there I came across the MK VII as it had been launched with much hype. I got one for a one night trial and believe me the only thing that was extraordinary about it was the fancy price.I returned it the next day and the shop owner thought that I was mad.But a few months later DOWNBEAT Magazine began reporting that many had returned their MKVIIs. Well thanks for the reply, I would like to keep in touch. Regards,HORNLOVER. Colombo
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    Hello Tom Hall,I saw your video clip and heard you blow.Though it was only a few bars I think you put in a lot of feeling and expression and that vintage tone is distinctive.I would like to know what that horn is and also the mouth piece.I.play alto,tenor ,soprano and baritone.My Tenor is a Hohner,Kielworth stencil.Its good for rock and roll,funk and blazing hot bebop.Not mellow enough for ballads. Hope you will oblige. All the best. HORNLOVER. Colombo.
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About Tom Hall
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Boston, MA
My Instruments:
1928 Buescher True Tone Tenor
Link Millenium Mouthpiece
1927 Buescher True Tone Bari
Eric Greiffenhagen Double chamber Vandoren B75

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Tom Hall
www.freeimprovisation.com
Author, Free Improvisation: A Practical Guide

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