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    Re: The Saxophone in Christian Music?

    John Wimber comes to mind. http://clublet.com/why?JohnWimber

    He was a proffesional sax player with the righteous brothers and had also won awards in Jazz. He eventually formed the Vinyard movement...
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    Re: What type of case makes your tone better?

    Heard that jmathesonjr Inebriation works wonders for my tone.http://fc05.deviantart.com/images/i/2003/39/3/a/Drunk_Emoticon
  3. Re: How to tell the difference between Early Babbit Meyer and modern Meyer?

    duplicate post
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    For me that mouthpiece would be too expensive and I would wait for a deal. I have let several wonderful vintage mouthpieces slip away to other ebay buyers because I wouldn't go over a certain limit....
  5. Re: How to tell the difference between Early Babbit Meyer and modern Meyer?

    Well happy day! for me at least. (sorry "Thejazzfly")

    Not to take the thread in a different direction but a quick question. What would you guys do with the mouth patch that came on mine? I usually...
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    Re: Phil Barone Hard Rubber mouthpiece question

    I just won so I haven't received them yet.
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    Re: Phil Barone Hard Rubber mouthpiece question

    I thought I did but thanks for the affirmation. Also got combined shipping.;)
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    Phil Barone Hard Rubber mouthpiece question

    I won a couple nice looking Phil Barone mouthpieces on ebay. They both say " Phil Barone New York Ny" on the top. The alto piece is a j6 and the Tenor piece is V7. Without knowing a whole lot about...
  9. Re: How to tell the difference between Early Babbit Meyer and modern Meyer?

    Wanted to make sure about this piece. I just won on ebay. Is there a way to tell which it is?

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=300336552206&ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT#ht_500wt_1182
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    Re: Has anyone ever heard of Saxquest?

    Why? If you want it and like the price, then buy it.
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    Re: MPC nearest Meyer New YORK

    Yeah but aren't these almost as expensive as the New York Meyers? I think the poster asks the question because he wants to get something like the New York Meyer without the price tag associated with...
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    Re: Lacquer vs UnLacquer

    Only if you really know a good technician/lacquer shop. If you are in New Orleans you are lucky to have technicians of the quailty of Palo Tung, I'd discuss it with him.

    Of course, a relacquer...
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    Re: Lacquer vs UnLacquer

    But not is regard to saxophones! We saxophone players like to question things rather than accept what we are told by trumpet players and/or instrument makers.[/QUOTE]


    And by the way that...
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    Re: Len Dobbin

    I never heard of him.

    RIP anyway.
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    Re: Windows Vista? O.K. or Stay Away??

    I am a teacher also and while I prefer mac it is true that PC gets used in the education system more. Just get a PC with forward capacity so that when Win7 comes out you wont need to upgrade your...
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    Re: Soprano mouthpiece and ligature for jazz

    I checked Saxquest and they are out of stock on the Tenny soprano pieces.
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    Re: I want to buy a sax BUT..........

    You should not start on Soprano IMO. Its one of the hardest saxophones to play. Alto would be a good starting sax. You can sometimes luck out and get a professional quality sax used and in good shape...
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    Re: The NEW YORK scene

    I have played in NYC a few times and know quite a few jazz artists who base out of there. Its tough, yes there are gigs but so many great players are fighting for those gigs. I don't think New York...
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    Re: Why not metal mouthpieces?

    Thats my problem too with the tenor ones and some alto ones. If it is too big in my mouth it stretches my embouchure in such a way that going back to my double (trumpet) is difficult.

    I just...
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    Re: Jazz doctorate of musical arts??

    Good luck
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