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AndyWhiteford

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Having bought some thing VERY similar 3 weeks ago,
I just landed this for a very reasonable sum, including comission & packing to Glasgow.
They say it's "playable but needs some work" - we shall see.
I now need a rationale, workable excuse for having 4 tenors......

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90 cool-points to the first person to identify it correctly ;-P
 
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AndyWhiteford

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"gesundheit" lols.

Chu is "getting warm"

p.s. clue is in the RH side keys, iirc.
 
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aldevis

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I still vote for a new wonder transitional. Maybe I always mistakenly called it Chu (as in chuberries)
 

AndyWhiteford

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<message>: AndyWhiteford: you have transferred 90 coolpoints to Aldevis's account.
<message>: AndyWhiteford: you have NO coolpoints remaining :-(
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<message>: AndyWhiteford: you have transferred 90 coolpoints to Aldevis's account.
<message>: AndyWhiteford: you have NO coolpoints remaining :-(
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Wonderful! I will buy a turtleneck and a beret now!

... keep us updated about the new baby...
 

aldevis

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I am curious .... What are coolpoints.

I think Andy made them up, but It would be nice to introduce them in this forum:
With 30 points you get the beret, but since you have one you better wait until you get the turtleneck (50 points).

200 points give you a nodding audience, 20,000 original groupies from the 60s.
7,000 and Kev sends you a helping of sauerkraut in a brown envelope (to deceive Canadian Customs)
 

AndyWhiteford

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Ah the tricky "beret" question rears it's ugly 'tete'

here's a quick explanation for the uninitiated:-

Cool French Jazz Beret:
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"Cool" French-Canadian Jazz beret: (a la Jazzaferri)
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"Cool" Scots Jazz Beret:
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... I hope that clears up any confusion, the French one costs a
lot more coolpoints than the others, of course.
 

jeremyjuicewah

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You dont need rationale, you have an "ism" and I have it too and if a half a dozen others here admit to it it will become medically recognised and we can get help, or at least some drugs.
 

AndyWhiteford

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"My name is Andy, and I have TOO MANY SAXOPHONES!" :gathering::sax::hugging:

[...no sooner have I sold 3 , than I've bought two old Conn tenors to replace 'em...]
 

Zeus

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ok, after reading this thread i feel a little better, having just popped out of the sax egg, and owning two, soon 3 saxophones:)
In this context 4 is few, Andy!
 

AndyWhiteford

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I bought these two..

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but I didn't buy this one , I wonder who did ??
[<smug git> I paid less for my two than this one's new owner did </smug git>]

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I now have [counts on fingers.....] 2+4+1+2 = uh ?..... NINE!! :shocked:
hey NINE is not even into double figures! I clearly don't have a problem!!!
 

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