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You don't need to be an expert, just have a love of the saxophone and saxophone players. Maybe you are a teacher with some unique or exciting method or a you could be a world class touring and recording artist. Maybe you are a beginner with some frustrating experiences and solutions to share. Whatever, there is something here for you to teach and/or learn.

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  1. aldevis
  2. kevgermany

    What should a beginner buy? A choice....Advice please

    Another suggestion.... The Vito label also included French Beaugnier saxes, which are excellent.

  3. kevgermany

    Saxophones J.R. Lafleur & Son Varsity alto: Any idea who made it?

    Guenther Dullat is a sax historian, has writen a few books, If I remember correctly, he is closely associated with/employed by the musical instrument museum in Markneukirchen. That place is well worth a visit if you're in the area. It's not just...

  4. kevgermany
  5. Alice

    John Harle's "The Saxophone"

    Well you should write a book @Targa ... and that's what I always say. Look how much money you would make!

  6. Tiberius

    SOTM April 2017 Me & Mrs Jones

    Ok, another go. Still just winging it in impressionistic style :) sorry, but for some reason, I just can't play the melody on this, I do like doodling on it though, so that's fine. Now, the main difference, I've been reading in another thread...