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Recent Posts

  1. Alphorn

    Saxophones Cheap Tenor and Alto

    You did not realize "<<" Admittedly there is only the Yamaha mpc provided within the case. Alphorn

  2. Targa

    Saxophones Tart Warmer - on Gumtree!

    This thread has become a tarte conversation. [IMG]

  3. saxyman

    For Sale Bauhaus-Walstein Bronze Tenor

    Bahaus- Walstein Bronze/Brass Tenor in great condition. Purchased a Mauriat so this sadly will have to go as I no longer need it. Very little used as it was my spare horn. I'm selling it with a Yamaha Hard Case in addition because the zip on the...

  4. c9off

    Alan Holmes

    His main group was "Sounds Incorporated" - plenty of clips on YT, they played with many of the big names.. loads of energy! I have had lessons with him, he liked to chat!! @trimmy can't believe you want to move down south?.....

  5. jonf

    Instrumental snobbery!

    I think it varies a lot. There are Selmer snobs for sure, and there are also plenty of people who strongly express their own preference for a particular brand. Personally I'm more interested in how a sax plays, and also in how it plays relative...