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What should a beginner buy? Choosing my first sax!

JayeNM

Formerly JayePDX
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I think a smooth Selmer Reblonchon might be attractive.
Or the dark robust smoky sound of a Keilwerth Rauchkäse.
But a Hanson Wensleydale doesn't quite have the same magical ring to it.
Maybe someone will do a tofu instrument for vegans.
...I can actually visualize "Camembert" being engraved on a sax bell...and it not causing a stir whatsoever.....
 

spike

Old Indian
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Anybody know where I can get a deal on a Gorgonzola Mascarponi Edition tenor.
I've heard that they're very versatile soundwise and can be played from Stinky to Creamy.
Would probably suit my DG MB Hard Parmesan II MPC, and most likely an excellent horn for my cheasy repertoire at wedding and slimy politician's birthday gigs. :doh:
 

GCinCT

Seeker of truth and beauty
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Oneonta, NY
Oops! I hate automatic spelling correction.

I think a smooth Selmer Reblonchon might be attractive.
Or the dark robust smoky sound of a Keilwerth Rauchkäse.
But a Hanson Wensleydale doesn't quite have the same magical ring to it.
Maybe someone will do a tofu instrument for vegans.
Don’t overlook a nice Borgani Provolone,
 
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