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Saxophones Bin Through the Wars?

milandro

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no, it looks older but on the other hand it might be, who knows?

the only thing it might explain that kind of wear on a Yamaha (hard) lacquer is that someone used it really a lot and in a not particular careful way.
 

Ivan

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no, it looks older but on the other hand it might be, who knows?

the only thing it might explain that kind of wear on a Yamaha (hard) lacquer is that someone used it really a lot and in a not particular careful way.

Thank you... a man with experience
 

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The add says 'newer 62 bought in 2010' doesn't say it was NEW in 2010... The wear looks very heavy
 

Ivan

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The add says 'newer 62 bought in 2010' doesn't say it was NEW in 2010... The wear looks very heavy

Yes well spotted

I hadn't noticed that nuance

Must do better in future
 

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The Kenny G problem isn`t his playing, it`s just that he chooses to record cheesy tunes, kinda like the Richard Clayderman of Soprano Sax . though to be honest I`ve probably only heard a fraction of his repertoire.. I`m learning Sop so have to admit to using those cheesy KG UTubers to try and play along to LOL ..
 

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