Ok, thank you!
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Ok, thank you!
It looks like this:
Apparently it doesn't have a serial number.
How can I distinguish an old Brilhart Ebolin mpc from the ones that are currently produced?
Thanks for any hint!
Having used the German version for quite some time, I can wholeheartedly recommend this book! It is an innovative yet easy approach to the subject, breaking down the usual problems of sight-reading...
I am interested in the Warburton. Would you ship to Germany?
What about $185?
to be honest, I am not quite sure about the tip opening. It has a "5" engraved on the left hand side, but I think that denotes the original tip opening of the Runyon blank. Compared...
...or make me a reasonable offer...
J. Gerber used to make these handfinished pieces named "Tonelink" (probably from Runyon blanks) before he started to...
Price drop: $180 o.b.o.
I have for sale an old metal mpc for Baritone made by Mac Heinlein.
In spite of the big tip opening, it plays effortlessly from a whisper up to - well - rather loud :mrgreen: Great...
Sorry, I didn't mean to doubt your expertise in any way.
Perhaps I should have explained what made me start this thread in the first place. I have a Ref 36 Tenor which I like for...
How do you know it wasn't a setup issue?
I often read that a certain saxophone was picked from a bunch of examples of one model, claiming that it was clearly the best among those instruments.
Has this really something to do with the...
My favorite is the "suburban arc" (=neck)!
...the translation is a bit weird ;-) , but the bottom line is: BUY! It really is worth the money!
Martin Hoppman in Cologne ist great and so is Marcel Jansen (in Welkenraedt, Belgium, just behind the German border).
Also recommendable is Torsten Köhler...
The insolvency proceedings have begun on March 12.
But it is too early to say what this means for the further production of saxophones.