Distinguished Resident Buescher Bigot and 2013 Forum Contributor
I really want an E alto
Do you suppose, if I found a very old high-pitched alto, and used a small chamber, high baffle piece on it, I could have such an animal.
Imagine playing with a rock guitar player and being able to play in the key of C. Or a tenor and being able to play in G!
Yes, I'm a little lazy. Might have to look into that.
1926 Buescher True Tone Series III Gold Plated Soprano -- Morgan Vintage 6
1927 Buescher True Tone Series IV Silver Plated C-Melody -- Morgan "C" 6 and Bb Tenor Strathon 5
1937 Buescher Aristocrat "Custom Built" Silver Plated Baritone -- Strathon 8
1939 Buescher Aristocrat Silver Plated Series I Alto -- Aizen EB Meyer Lost Wax Clone
1949 Buescher Aristocrat "Big B" Lacquer Alto -- Aizen EB Mery Lost Wax Clone
1949 Buescher Aristocrat Gold Plated "Big B" Tenor -- Strathon 7
1949 Buescher Aristocrat "Big B" Bare Brass Baritone -- Strathon 8
Nothing works so well in gathering information as a display of ignorance. I've been learning a lot lately.