I've seen a little bit posted about Andreas Eastman Saxophones (made in Taiwan, not the China made Eastman). Actually, kind of surprised I didn't see more. I particularly like the 52nd street alto. It's unlaquered and has a great, vibrant sound similar to a vintage sax. It appears to be very well...Last Post By: SaxAlley 11-18-2017, 10:06 PM
Hi Y'all! You have probably seen my posts and comments regarding my Pan American dating study in other threads. I decided, I needed to consolidate and start a new thread so those interested can participate, comment or just observe. For those interested in the Cavalier line, I will continue...Last Post By: Tryptykon Yesterday, 10:31 PM
Selmer Radio Improved Saxophones - an ongoing study Purpose: To attempt to determine the duration and makeup of the Selmer Radio Improved Model as accurately as possible. Method: Positively identify as many examples as possible, ideally with photos for reference and comparison. Outcomes -...Last Post By: Tryptykon Today, 06:03 PM
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After more than two years of intensive development work we finally got a reed which fulfill our initial requirements. Our reeds are available in 4 different models in strengths between #1.0 and #4.5. We developed G-REEDS from scratch, without any kind of reverse engineering, nor by using...Last Post By: StanVI Today, 02:54 PM
If she is, as I suspect, a perfectly bona fide person, it is only natural that she (or whomever does this thing for her) would see your numerous attempt to get in touch as a stalking attempt.
Here's the issue in real time:
If it's a keeper, you're golden. If you hope to get some resale value,...
I honestly hoped it was not her, that's why I reached out multiple times. But getting no response is just weird. And keeping your cp number even if you moved out of state is not unusual around here....arkinet Today, 06:46 PM