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Saxophones Alto sax buying advice (new starter)

ellinas

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All the best from me Gabriel! When you become a worldwide superstar sax player don't forget your cafesaxophone old buddies :p
 

ProfJames

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Glad to know the advice from the members is worthwhile! Good luck and enjoy
 

Gabriel

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Good morning guy! Just wondering how is this reed looking to you.. Can still be played..? If not please recomed a good reed for begginers. Thank you.!:)
 

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Justin Chune

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Rico have recently upgraded their Orange Box brand. You could try a box of those, or Rico Royals in strength #2.

Jim.
 

Nick Wyver

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Rico have recently upgraded their Orange Box brand. You could try a box of those, or Rico Royals in strength #2.

Jim.
Sounds about right.

I rarely chip reeds and if I do I bin them cos I've got plenty.. Beginners chip loads of reeds so binning them could end up very expensive. They usually have to get pretty bad before they'll stop playing and the one in the picture is nowhere near that state.
 
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