Looks like a SBA.
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Looks like a SBA.
I'm interested in the above, 7 or 7*. If you have one for sale, please let me know. Thanks.
This is great info! Thanks so much!
How does one know that he/she needs to use a more open or a closer mouthpiece?
I appreciate any and all comments.
Has anyone recently shipped a parcel to the US that weighs over a pound? If so, did you encounter any "weird" restrictions e.g. Homeland Security requiring the recipient's Social Security number?
What is the opening of the HR Link you are selling? Is it a TE? And how much is it?
On the average, is there a difference in tone between the early (purple logo) YSS-62 and late model YSS-62 sopranos? Or are they pretty much the same?
Where can I find his biographies?
Did Coltrane and/or his contemporaries have GAS attacks?
How does the Phil-Tone_Edge differ from the new Vintage Tone edge in terms of tone?
I have a silver plated Conn curved soprano S/N 20x,xxx RTH. Great condition! Overhauled by Lee Kramka. PM if interested.
I don't think its the market turning but rather the devaluation of the US$. The less valuable the US$ is, the higher the prices of goods go. The US$ has less buying power than it used to be.
PM sent on the FL ultimate ligature.
Wow! Blessings to you!
I like Sonny Rollins' tone in St. Thomas. My mpc is a Tone Edge. I'm still woodshedding but I'd like to play in both jazz solo and ensemble settings.
Does it help to get a very good or even a vintage mouthpiece if I'm still searching for the tone that I like? I'm currently playing a more recent Otto Link 6* tenor with a RJS 3S.
With golf, you imagine the shot shape and then "try" to do it. With, sax (music), you hear it in your head and then you "try" to play it.
This forum is great! Lots of info and help in playing jazz. Looking forward to learning from everyone!