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ClassicHorn

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Hello All.
I am a retired eng from Kent, UK with a teen son who became serious about jazz and the saxophone; I started off as a bystander and got turned into a sax technophile Ouch! Which is why I now regularly refer the many informed contributions kindly posted by members of this forum?
See you around the threads.
 

kevgermany

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Big welcome from me. Have fun, and get your son to sign up as well....
 

Taz

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Welcome to the cafe, that sound's like the most unusual method of becoming a sax player.
 

old git

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Welcome to the caff©, Classic.

A retired engineer from Kent,
Fixed saxophones previously bent.
With Stephen's fine manual,
He stopped being casual,
And earned much more than he spent.

ENJOY!
 

Sunray

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Ello Classic - Welcome to the Cafe mate ... :thumb:

I remember teenage sons - Ouch ... My poor wallet ... ;}

Happy new year to you too mate ... :sax:
 

MandyH

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Welcome to the cafe, that sound's like the most unusual method of becoming a sax player.
It was how I became an archery coach - my daughter was the "expert" archer, I was a bystander, slowly learning the ropes for 8 years, now I do the coaching and she has gone off to Uni!

Welcome to the Cafe ClassicHorn, I hope you enjoy yourself here.
 

johnboy

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Welcome aboard, dive in and enjoy the fun!

After reading post four from Old Git,
Had to jump in and tender my bit.
You really should look,
At Stephens fine book.
He knows where the bits really fit.

Keep up the good work Stephen.

John :);}
 
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ClassicHorn

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Welcome aboard, dive in and enjoy the fun!

After reading post four from Old Git,
Had to jump in and tender my bit.
You really should look,
At Stephens fine book.
To know where the bits really fit.

John :);}
'To know where all the bits fit' you will have to wait for Stephens' next edition

Cheers
CH
:(
 

Rico Vandoren

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This book that was previously mentioned,
Is, I am sure, well intentioned.
But I'll leave all that stuff,
'Cos I don't know enough,
And I'm no good at rhyming either.

Welcome to the cafe- now look what you've started!
 

old git

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Apologies to ClassicHorn but would he prefer the Clerihew form rather than the Limerick for this thread?
 

johnboy

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Acting on a whim,
He decided to sign in.
How lucky 'cos this time,
Some replied in rhyme.
 

johnboy

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All things Japanese are Taboo in my household. This antiness springs from the early '70s, when they flooded the market with cheap transistorised Lo-Fi.
I was a staunch, 'Quad' valve amp, Spendor speakers, Garrard 401/SME/shure combi, Hi-Fi fanatic!
However I'm always willing to learn. So a translated version of the aforementioned art form would be mightily appreciated.
 
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