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    Re: Jazz is Dying Out

    The question has got to be asked: Are you being specific about one style of jazz such as... Go to last post

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    Mistery sax Conn stencil or not


    I'm an alto sax player and also a precision mechanics. I wanted to work on a sax, re-pad and other maintenance actions so I went looking the web for cheap sax.
    I bought this one "blindly"...

    Skybloo Today, 12:27 PM Go to last post

    Re: Help with Legere Reeds

    This is kind of where I'm at, though I do use cane on clarinet. For the most part I've moved 99% to synthetic for Bari. I have a coupe boxes of old stock LaVoz and Alexander reeds that I'll grab if...

    robbieg Today, 12:22 PM Go to last post

    Re: Loudest bari mouthpiece?

    Florida State is like over 450
    Notre Dame and Michigan I think are 400
    Penn State is maybe 350, might be a bit less
    Clemson is around 350
    Michigan State, Virginia and Virginia Tech I think might...

    robbieg Today, 11:47 AM Go to last post

    Re: Which Yanagisawa Tenor do you own and why?

    The Yanni 901 would have to be the lightest tenor made but the tone is great and key work super light with good intonation

    flutedog Today, 11:47 AM Go to last post

    Re: Which Yanagisawa Tenor do you own and why?

    I have just traded my 1929 Conn chu Berry for a yanni901 and should have done it years ago the Conn was hard on the hands the Yanni sings and no body knew I had changed saxes

    flutedog Today, 11:44 AM Go to last post