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AlistairD

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Hi all,

I used to frequent this forum a couple of years ago... but basically stopped playing due to work pressure. Just starting again after a two year break.

:w00t:
 

Mamos

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Welcome back Alistair

Glad you are playing again

I know what it is like, my wife bought me a sax for christmas over a year ago but it is only in the last few months I have been able to play it due to work and nowhere to play at home.

Moved house so now I have a place to play

mamos
 

Bobby G

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I remember you Alistair, welcome back! I don't remember your sax, you weren't the chap who had a white one were you?
 

Moz

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Work isn't worth giving up playing for. Really, it isn't!

Moz

Hi all,

I used to frequent this forum a couple of years ago... but basically stopped playing due to work pressure. Just starting again after a two year break.

:w00t:
 
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AlistairD

AlistairD

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I remember you Alistair, welcome back! I don't remember your sax, you weren't the chap who had a white one were you?
Bobby,

I was the guy who had a Pink Tenor.... But I sold it for not much less than I paid for it after a year and bought a Ref 36.... It's now in my Avatar.

All,

Thanks for the welcome, I was not good before I left and worse now!!! ;}

Unfortunately, work does need to come first but saxing is for sanity!!! :sax:
 
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Richard Perks

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I for one, as seems to be the consensus, believe that work should never get in the way of pleasure (quote from "Marquis de Sade"):welldone
 

Young Col

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Welcome Alastair from one of the newer fellows. Looking back on my 37 year full time career I wonder now why I took it all so seriously. Perhaps it was the money!
 
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