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As new Gear 4 Music baritone sax

Paul Warner

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Teignmouth, Devon
This saxophone has never been gigged or `played in anger`. If you want to know how good this instrument is I suggest you read Stephen Howards review. I bought it a year ago and at SH`s suggestion had it professionally set up. It was recently checked out, adjusted and had some sticky pads replaced with top quality substitutes by our fellow contributor and fine technician, Griff......the man!
It plays beautifully right through the range from a whisper to a roar. I paid the full whack, which is now £949, (unbeatable value), it is virtually brand new, and I am selling it for £749. I will pay the usual into Pete`s charity.


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Just for information, I seem to remember that someone here recommends blowing in the narrow end.

'thin end' ... Yeah ok. Got that. Fingering is a bit like recorder. Now what's all this about using a reed? My trombone has never needed one.
:w00t: Oh oh. Dave knows me - can't make up stuff now.

Thanks Dave.
I've tried it with my wife's tenor reed up to now.
My Bari reeds are on order - hopefully arrive tomorrow.
All sold and sorted chaps and I am now off to make my donation to Pete`s charity.


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