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View Poll Results: How many saxophones do you own?

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    Distinguished SOTW Member CONN-hunter's Avatar
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    1 CONN Chu Berry Tenor ser: 64 0xx
    1 CONN 10 M Tenor Ser. 957 xxx Straight Tone roles, Underslug Oct key
    1 Keilwerth Alto SX90R Roled tone roles, Gold Nickel
    2 CONN´s C-Melody one ser. 77xxx, and 144 xxx


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    1 soprano - EM Winston curved
    2 altos - both Buescher Aristocrats, Big B and just post Big B
    2 c-mels - Buescher True Tone, Holton Rudy Weidoft
    1 tenor - Buescher Aristocrat, just pre-Selmer
    2 baris - Buescher Big B, Selmer Series II
    4 Bb sop. clarinets (Selmer, Conn, Buffet, and a no-name Albert system)
    1 C metal clarinet
    1 Buffet bass clarinet

    don't ask me to list all the MP's...

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    I,m not a pro so I own only one sax.

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    2 curved sops, 2 straight sops,1c-sop, 15 altos, 6 tenors 3 baris , 4 eb clarinets ,1 c clarinet,10 Bb clarinets,1 alto cl,1 bass cl , :oops:

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    It is a sickness. But I can see from the list that I'm not nearly as sick as many of you out there...

    2 sopranos - 1 curved; 1 straight
    1 alto (soon to be 2 as I reclaim a vintage decoration from my living room wall.
    2 tenors
    1 c melody
    1 baritone
    1 bass

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    Well, I see that some people came clean and listed 'all' their horns and mouthpieces. So I'll come clean too.One Selmer 80SAII Eb Alto Saxophone with (HR) Otto Link #6 mouthpiece. One York Bb Trumpet with Bach 3C mouthpiece. Mouthpieces: One each, Vandoren Java A35 (HR), Vandoren Jumbo Java A95 (HR), Meyer #6 (HR), JD Hite Premire(plastic), Brilhart Ebolin #3* (plastic), Brilhart Ebolin #5 (plastic), Selmer S-80 C* (HR), Bundy #4 (HR), Otto Link #5 (HR), Dukoff #6D Silverite (metal), Selmer 7C trumpet mouthpiece. That's the entire inventory as it stands right now. Who knows about next week? Joe.

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    - Lutie (1949 Conn 10M relaq w/ Wannefied Vandoren Java)
    - Tempest (2000 Reference 54, w/ Wannefied hr Berg)
    - Funmi (2000 Selmer SA 80 II soprano w/ Selmer SS)
    - Noodles (1980 Mark VII alto w/ Vandoren V16)

    Bigamy makes sax more fun. Although now that I've seen how some of you keep veritable harems, I wanna get married again!!!

    -j.

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    Soprano: Amati Classic, Selmer Serie III silverplate

    Tenor: Buffet Dynaction, SX90R clear nickelplate

    Alto: Selmer Signet, Buffet Dynaction, Buffet S1, Buffet S3 Prestige, SX90R Anniversary

    Clarinets: Jupiter Bb, Selmer Eb, B&H 926 Imperial pair (Bb and A)

    Inbound: Buescher Big B alto, Muramatzu flute, pair of tin whistles

    GAS? I prefer to think of it as an investment strategy.

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    1 ALTO
    1 TENOR
    1 CLARINET
    1 KEYBOARD
    1 DIGGERIDOO

    I absolutely want a Bari... the vibes make the soles of my feet tickle!!
    I can do without the tenor and clarinet and will trade for a quality alto very soon.

  10. #50

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    I just bought a Selmer 54 SA80II Tenor Sax. Now I have two saxes and a York Bb Trumpet. My alto is a Selmer SA80III. Joe.

  11. #51

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    Soprano: Yani sc901, Conn Silver/straight 209xxx (1928)
    Alto: Mark VII 262xxx
    Tenor: King Zephyr 406xxx, JK SX90R NS, Couf Superba II

    and a Yammy WX5 windsynth

    ...and this thread has me ending the I have too many saxes thoughts pretty quick!

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    1 super beginner generic (I think) - Alto
    1 Black-laquered Jean Baptiste- Alto

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    Default TOO MANY...I'm insane

    Soprano - Selmer SA80
    Alto - Conn 'Chu', Buescher 'Big B' Aristocrat, King Zephyr (WWII), Cannonball Big Bell
    Tenor - Selmer SA80, King Zephyr (silver neck), Conn New Wonder, Cannonball Big Bell, Conn 10M
    Baritone - King Zephyr (WWII), soon...King Tempo (keilwerth stencil)
    Flute - Yamaha student, Gemeinhart 3SB
    Clarinet - Buffet E11, Buffet R13
    Pianos - 3 88's, 1 73, 2 61s
    Full size concert accordion
    Guitars - 1 electric, two acoustic
    drum set in the studio, congas, hand percussion

    My teenage kids play this stuff too!!

    Hope this makes some of you not feel too excessive, but it is the result of 40 years of collecting

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    Tenor: Conn New Wonder
    C-Mel: King 1924 vintage silver
    Trombone
    clarinet

    and just to get you BANJO BASHERS going:
    two 5-strings

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    I have two Selmer Mark VI Alto Saxes. 8)

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    WOW!

    You guys must be RICH.

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    Rule 1.......No Banjo's.
    Rule 2.......see rule 1!


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    Lyle, Not really. In this business it's feast or famine. You got to have at least two good saxes you can count on. One is the twin back-up for the other. If one is in the shop the other keeps me rolling. 8)

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    saxusa

    I was just being a smart *****.

    I am a sax beinner, and yet, I have a Vito Tenor, a Yamaha Custom 875 silver. One Bb clarinet, a keyboard, and elec. gitar. I would like to have an alto and bass sax but I know the days are too short. If I stayed on only one instrument I might become proficient.

    Enjoy your horns.

    Hey, maybe I'll get a banjo.

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    Not too bad here... lessee...

    Yamaha 62 baritone (the main axe)
    Yamaha Custom tenor (probably my next favorite axe)
    Conn 10M tenor
    Yamaha Custom alto
    E.M. Winston Soprano (best $475 I ever spent for a horn I can actually gig with!)
    Selmer bass clarinet
    Selmer series 9 Bb clarinet
    Ancient silver Pedler clarinet (and it actually plays pretty well)
    King C foot flute
    Yamaha four-string bass
    Acme siren whistle (okay, I admit... THIS is really my favorite axe)
    Set of LP bongos with missing heads (the dog ate them--no joke!)
    Roland keyboard

    Yep, that's enough!

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