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    Improvisation: A union of mind, body and music

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    Guide Book for the Saxophone Teacher

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    Re: eBay "buyers" tying up listing then cancelling?

    I'm stuck because I had a guy do a best offer on a sax I was selling. Then the guy had issues with paying. Now I've been tied up in conflict resolution with eBay for the last week+, before they...

    robbieg Today, 01:42 AM Go to last post

    Re: Is the MKVI considered a vintage sax?

    In the end, it's all semantics, isn't it? Frankly I think more precise terms ought to be used.

    That said, there is an implication in the word "vintage" of "old, and of high quality". Certainly a...

    turf3 Today, 01:34 AM Go to last post

    Re: As you play more and more, is it natural to want a more open mouthpiece?

    Just chiming to agree with others saying there are no hard and fast rules about this stuff. It all comes down to personal preference/comfort, etc. I played things more closed, more open, and ended up...

    FawltyTenor Today, 01:31 AM Go to last post
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    Re: In search of the "missing cone"

    Maybe. I find the fact that it only accounts for volume and not position of the apex along the axis problematic.

    Besides, at the end of the day, you slap a reed on whatever piece and neck combo...

    Billy Baggins Today, 01:25 AM Go to last post

    Re: Vandoren Jazz Tenor Mouthpieces

    The Jumbo Java is on the extreme side as far as brightness. Better suited for rock or funk. The Java or V16 may be better to try first.

    Bozman Today, 01:16 AM Go to last post