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siena1

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quick hello , joined some time ago , enjoying the posts , thought i should get the 1st post in , siena1
 

QWales

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quick hello , joined some time ago , enjoying the posts , thought i should get the 1st post in , siena1
Hey siena1, welcome to the site. Maybe you could tell us a little about yourself i.e. what you play and like playing?

P.S. That name rings a bell, do I know you?
 

old git

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Welcome to the caff©, Sienna1.

Had a Siena Brown Triumph Toledo back in the seventies but it could not play the sax.

ENJOY!​™
 

siena1

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thanks all for the welcome q wales you do know what i play i,ve sat next to for last 2 years, most tues see you tomorrow
always liked jazz picked up a alto sax 2 years ago roy benson student model , been blowing ever since,
 

Profusia

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Welcome. And congratulations on stepping out of the shadows. Enjoy this wonderful forum.
 

TomMapfumo

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Hi siena1!

Greetings from The Skabertawe Reggae Horn Section down by yer in South West Wales, mind, land of Dan Biggar, Leigh Halfpenny and George North! C'est La Vie!

Are you all shy in Cardiff?
 

Bigtwin

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Had a Siena Brown Triumph Toledo back in the seventies but it could not play the sax.
Sadly, that was the way of it. Then the Japanese came along with their cheap and reliable motors, equipped with fully adjustable embrouchures as standard, more than capable of handling woodwind or brass on even basic models. That was really when the rot set in for British motor production.
 
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