FOR SALE Yanagisawa T991 Tenor Sax

Chris Jones

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Due to divorce costs. A very reluctant sale of my Yanagisawa
T991 Tenor Sax. 4 years old always lovingly looked after and stored in its hard case. No marks I'm aware of. Complete with mouth pieces, spare reeds, Books and CD's. stand plus other accessories. £1500. ONO.
 
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Chris Jones

Chris Jones

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Due to divorce costs. A very reluctant sale of my Yanagisawa
T991 Tenor Sax. 4 years old always lovingly looked after and stored in its hard case. No marks I'm aware of. Complete with mouth pieces, spare reeds, Books and CD's. stand plus other accessories. £1500. ONO.
Sorry forgot to add
5-10% to Pete Charity Dependant sale value.
 

daveysaxboy

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Due to divorce costs. A very reluctant sale of my Yanagisawa
T991 Tenor Sax. 4 years old always lovingly looked after and stored in its hard case. No marks I'm aware of. Complete with mouth pieces, spare reeds, Books and CD's. stand plus other accessories. £1500. ONO.
Sorry forgot to add
5-10% to Pete Charity Dependant sale value.
Your not going to stop playing are you:shocked:,keep the sax and keep bowing;}
 

Tommy Ng

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Due to divorce costs. A very reluctant sale of my Yanagisawa
T991 Tenor Sax. 4 years old always lovingly looked after and stored in its hard case. No marks I'm aware of. Complete with mouth pieces, spare reeds, Books and CD's. stand plus other accessories. £1500. ONO.
Over my £1K budget :(
 

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Pity it's over budget Tommy, as it's good value - that's a £2,400 horn new. I'd buy it if I didn't already have a T992!

What are the mouthpieces that come with it, Chris?
 
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Chris Jones

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Children should not suffer in parent's divorce. Both parents should be allowed to see their children at any time as often as they like. This is for the benefit of children.
Trying to get this sorted is what's costing the money. My 7 year old is suffering the most, the 12 year old appears a little distant. All this from a woman who says she has the children's interest at heart.
 

daveysaxboy

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Been there,keep fighting.As said kid's 1st.Dont get dragged down.Do what you think is best for you and the kid's,dont let the mind games win as they will be used ,i no to well.All the best.
 
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Chris Jones

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Thank you

Thank you all for your kind words of Support.

If it wasn't for the Children I would have given up by now, controversially, if it wasn't for the Children I think I would cope. I have lived for my family.
 

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Chris

Sorry to hear you are having some issues. I had a similar problem with my ex though my daughter is almost 17 now and so largely makes her own decisions in the access dept these days.

In the early days it was a nightmare but I persevered and my daughter I think appreciated that it was made hard for me. Unfortunately the courts don't help much as a good brief will just tell your ex to 'do just enough' and the court will then allow her to get away with murder. Dads get the ****ty end of the deal in my experience.

The trouble with all these things is that it relies on both parties being fair and reasonable and they aren't always! Don't give up though, your kids will appreciate it in the end.
 

daveysaxboy

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It will get better,time heal's as they say.Many woman use the kid's as pawn's in divorce.I had it done to me but i stayed strong and blanked out the crap i heard from the ex,well most of the time and i aimed to be there for the kid's.Thats all you can do,they will grow to see you were there for them.Remember your ex is your ex for a reason so move forward,live's to short.
 

Josh Johnson

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Chris,

This must be a real wrench for you. I can't even imagine what you're going through.

Stay strong brother, as Dave says, you will feel better. But you will always regret selling the Yani.

Remember, your music is a true and loyal companion through life and its redeeming powers should not be underestimated - keep the horn.

Good luck mate.
 

Tommy Ng

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Make your kids like saxophones, they will come back to you ;}

I read it from an article saying that in the UK, neither mum nor dad will be given priority to raise their kids in case of divorce. I suppose it means 50/50 share on responsibility.

A friend of mine who divorced is pretty busy with his kid. He is off this week due to school half term. I think 50/50 share on responsibility is good for children. Children do not divorce with their dads. They should not suffer.

Hope the court have a bit of common sense.
 

daveysaxboy

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Chris,

This must be a real wrench for you. I can't even imagine what you're going through.

Stay strong brother, as Dave says, you will feel better. But you will always regret selling the Yani.

Remember, your music is a true and loyal companion through life and its redeeming powers should not be underestimated - keep the horn.

Good luck mate.
Well said Josh,
My old saying is, IT'S ME OR THE HORN SHE SAID,I TOOK THE HORN AND NEVER LOOKED BACK:welldone
 
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