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Young Col

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Anyone tried one? Says they have "not moisture" which must be a concern for wood. Most of the other odd English is understandable, but
"Self-fertility you have one teacher." ? Anyone explain that? On second thoughts, no....
YC
 

TomMapfumo

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They do have some wooden saxes at www.sax.co.uk - Xaphoon or something of a similar name - almost like a recorder on steroids.

Also noticed an example of the SAWAT sax being played on YouTube - just google in "wooden sax youtube".
 
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johnboy

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No I didn't see that, but that looks a very nice MkVI tenor, for the Buy Now price of £3,700.
 

gladsaxisme

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Why bother putting joint collars on it when it obviously doesn't need them as the whole thing is glued together in bits, and there is no bell brace so it must be pretty rigid
 

johnboy

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Yes, I've just broken the first law of buying!!
After buying, STOP LOOKING!!.
I've recently paid £3500 for my "6", it looks tatty but, WOW it sure sounds good, and the action is superb.
 
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