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Hi guy from the Netherlands New on tenor

Saxist

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New here and New at sax. Ive been playing guitar for over 40 years Just started sax 3 weeks ago. Teaching myself with the help of reading and YouTube. Hope to learn a lot here. Sax is the yamaha student thing. I enjoy doing it my neighbours not so much but i live at the coast and practice outside and in a churge.
 

Jeanette

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Welcome, we have other members that started on guitar and saw the light :)

Also in the Netherlands too

Jx
 

nigeld

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Welcome to the Café, and to the saxophone.
 

ellinas

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Welcome mate. The Yamaha student thing ..... is a powerhouse. Never understimate it. I have great respect to what yts-2x’s are.Very fine instruments. pro all the way for me.
 

MikeMorrell

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Hi @Saxist.,

Welcome to the Café! Like you, I live in NL (Breda) and I spent most of my musical life playing guitar. These days , I focus exclusively on tenor sax.

Mike
 

saxyjt

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Welcome to the cafè.

I lived in NL a couple of years almost 3 decades ago, but I didn't play sax then. Probably a good thing as I was in a flat in Den Haag.

The cafe is the best place for sax enthousiasts. And as others said, the YTS saxes are very good. Enjoy!

See you around.
 

MandyH

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Welcome to the café. Congratulations on getting the Sax bug, and on getting the Yamaha.
I too lived in NL, for 4 1/2 years, leaving 18 years ago (not out of choice!)

Enjoy your saxophone journey.
 

davidsol

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I lived in NL for about 6 months, a few weeks in Hilversum, then a few weeks in Monster, then about 4 months in Den Haag, it's a wonderful country but the weather's not so good, otherwise I might well have moved there. I'm also primarily a guitarist !
 
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