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Saxophones New sax :)

I'm seriously envious!
Did you find much difference between the brass and the bronze versions?
 
Did you collect it in person or is it being shipped up to Darlington? Writing this from Yarm at the moment - although I live on the border of Surrey and Sussex, I am North visiting parents, who live 6 miles from Darlington. My first ever sax was bought there, from a guy who worked in the old Williams music shop. That was in 1980........

Cracking sax, by the way. I have a couple of Yanagisawas in my extensive sax menagerie, and they're fantastic.
 
Did you collect it in person or is it being shipped up to Darlington? Writing this from Yarm at the moment - although I live on the border of Surrey and Sussex, I am North visiting parents, who live 6 miles from Darlington. My first ever sax was bought there, from a guy who worked in the old Williams music shop. That was in 1980........

Cracking sax, by the way. I have a couple of Yanagisawas in my extensive sax menagerie, and they're fantastic.
hi there, i bought it in person, i was down in london over the weekend having a holiday trip :)
 
I'm seriously envious!
Did you find much difference between the brass and the bronze versions?
quite similar, i tried a few in the shop and i liked this 1 alot, it was slightly more expensive than the brass one, so i guess its better quality to.
 
just bought my self a new yani s902 bronze from london sax.co.uk, love it! so much easier to play than my old rosetti series 7 trash
Don't knock your old one, it served you well for a time, congrats on the new one, enjoy :)

Jx
 
Happy honking :) Envious - I'd like a Yani tenor....

I had and have Yanis (990 Bari and Alto, 992 Alto and Tenor, 981 Soprano).
On my (very personal) list Bari and Soprano are on the absolute top (I play on the Bari for about 35 years now).
After some space comes the Alto. After a very large space the Tenor, although all Yanis I ever owned are absolutely well made horns. They say that all workers at Yanagisawa can build a horn from scratch, there are no unskilled workers. Congratulations!
 
If only the cost of a thing was related to its quality. In a free market economy a thing is worth what people will pay for it. A bronze Yani sop. I'm looking for a downside

Nope, can't find one. You won't be able to blame the sax anymore. It will all be your fault
 
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