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JayeNM

Formerly JayePDX
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Who on earth had the idea of making a baritone sax and then trying to flog it to a bunch of musicians?
Ahem...as the tale goes when Mr. Adolph unveiled his new invention(s), in several voices....'twas the Baritone which wowed 'em (for obvious reasons)...
 

Pete Effamy

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Ahem...as the tale goes when Mr. Adolph unveiled his new invention(s), in several voices....'twas the Baritone which wowed 'em (for obvious reasons)...
No argument with that Jaye, was commenting on his business acumen
 

Ken_Sturrock

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Hey, Dave - as others have said, you've done great work with that horn and I'm glad that you're going to keep it around, despite buying something newer. I don't play like you do, but can certainly relate to what you're saying.

(I do believe that the 22 was actually a genuine Selmer design, it was the two previous models that were rebadged Sax-made horns. The 26 has a little larger bore than the 22, which earned it the the "large bore" nickname; versus the "new large bore" that came later at the start of the "super" horns.
 
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