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Thread: SOTW new member introductions Q1 2009

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    I want to speak french. Those sax quartet guys are something else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nedgoold View Post
    goooooooooooooooooooooooooooooold
    Oh my god.

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    I guess i should say a little about myself.
    I am a graduate saxophone jazz student. I have an assistantship thing.
    This is my 12th year playing saxophone and 17th on clarinet.
    *though i am not good on clarinet*

    I am primarily a Jazz Saxophone player on tenor saxophone. There are a few recordings of me playing on my myspace page under my signature.
    *the recording are done in a studio, but not exactly professionally*

    I am hoping to make some good connections on this forum while learning a little bit more about saxophone and about the most modern accessories.

    So please, i hope everyone warms me welcomely and, HAPPY NEW YEAR!
    "The subject of reeds is a subjective one."- Wailin'

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    Hi All, I'm new here. From Buenos Aires. I play alto and soprano. Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by milomo View Post
    Oh my god.
    that's right! lots of laughs comin.

  6. #26

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    Quote Originally Posted by nedgoold View Post
    that's right! lots of laughs comin.
    Well sure, because you're really good.

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    Hello, everyone. I started playing the (alto) sax just under a year ago. I decided to join these forums to seek extra guidance with music reading (I'm also learning from a book and my teacher). I tend to listen more to jazz and experimental stuff (Charlie Parker's playing was the main reason I picked up the sax, but Clinton Bär McKinnon's tone also influenced my decision). I'm not that great at playing, but it's just for the fun.

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    Noob here. Just got my Horn this week, managed to get some sound and clear notes on first attempt which was funky. Currently learning to read sheet music ( late bloomer of 21 !!). Hopefully attending University this year to study Psychology and will be playing the sax constantly regardless of how the Animals in the house feel...

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    hello everyone glad to be here! expect highly partisan controversial posts from me in the future(but I will not be controversial for controversy's sake and sometimes I might even be thoughtful)
    Last edited by barrett tsuji; 01-12-2009 at 06:25 PM. Reason: being controversial is limiting to my superior mind! lol

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    Hi all, I got here after following a link to gather information on the TC Helicon personal monitors.
    So will stick around and see how things pan out, as my instrument of choice is the guitar.

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    Hi All

    Just say hello i'm new to the sax i've been a lover of it since i was a kid and now have the chance to play and as such found my self here...

    I'm sure i'll be staying here a little longer


    Regards
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    Marc Turner
    Beginner Sax

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    Hi, just re-joined after a long absence. I am a 35 year plus experienced sax player, tenor alto and soprano, R&B player from the MN area.

    Also, I like toast.

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    I just join to, but for the life of me, I can't figure how to post a new tread. I activated my account but still can't perform this simple task. Can anyone help me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjpro99 View Post
    I just join to, but for the life of me, I can't figure how to post a new tread. I activated my account but still can't perform this simple task. Can anyone help me?
    to post a new thread go to a sub-forum, e.g. to "General Mouthpiece Discussion": http://forum.saxontheweb.net/forumdisplay.php?f=46

    Look for a blue "New Thread" button on top-left or bottom-left.

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    Thank you so much. It worked!

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    He there,
    Just figured this would be the best place to start on this website.
    Im an alto saxophone student going through grade 13.
    I recently transferred schools and had a huge eye opening with music and really have been in love with it since.
    Im currently not a very strong student for lack of interest in my early years of saxophone, but I am desperatly trying to fix that!
    Anyways I hope this site provides me with alot of help in getting to where I want to be...(best saxophone player EVER...who doesnt have this goal...) and here's for the future, Thanks for any help anyone here may provide me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by milomo View Post
    Well sure, because you're really good.
    no, the really good guy is over at the blasting lughead forum.

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    Hi!
    im new to this site and i dont know if i sound stupid but i dont know how to post a new thread so if anyone could help that would be great!!
    thanks

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    Hey, I joined about a week ago and never got around to introducing myself. I've been teaching myself sax for 6 months after being a trumpet player for 5 years. I live just outside NYC and play mostly rock and funk (with a little jazz).
    Tenor: 161*** Mark VI, Dukoff P8, Rico Royal 3.5
    Soprano: YSS-475, Yamaha 4c, Rico Royal 2.5
    Rap music is everywhere, but so is AIDS.

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    Hi, I'm new to the site. I have played the alto saxophone for six years, and have found it my calling.

    Happy New Year

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