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    Distinguished SOTW Coffee Guru milandro's Avatar
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    Default Re: Ways to reduce weight of a horn

    I think that the a clear picture associated to the phrase “ too much time on your hands and apparently nothing to employ your time with”.....is taking shape into my mind

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    Default Re: Ways to reduce weight of a horn

    An additional thought on the harnesses - I've owned a number of them over the years (I play lots of bari and bass) and I've found the Gemini harness to be the best. I've also found it to be more comfortable and more durable than the other harnesses on the market - and it adjusts easily. On a side note I sometimes use a bass drum harness when marching the bass because the straps are wider - but that is likely overkill for you.
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    Default Re: Ways to reduce weight of a horn

    seriously, try the saxholder, you will thank me......

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