I’ve today played outside one hour under 35/37 ° c. My sax was totally dry after the session, even the neck didn’t had any moisture!! Never experienced that
Why wait until "after he has gone"?
Yes I love it, very inspiring environment, I’ve recorded this track outside two months ago, last picture in the video is what I’ve looked at when recording:
Yes, why wait until he 'rests in peace'? Go now and give him some peace.Why wait until "after he has gone"?
Why not go for it today?
I’ve got a case like that but in red. It cost $275. Canadian money but such a great case. Good choice. Congrats.Another cool pics from yesterday, all my sax looping equipment (pedalboard, audio interface, mic, IEM’s...) fits in my sax case:
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It’s a Gator Case, I use it since one year and love it, best case I ever had:
Gator Lightweight TenorSax ShapeCase – Thomann France
It looks like this?I’ve got a case like that but in red. It cost $275. Canadian money but such a great case. Good choice. Congrats.
It’s not the same company but the same sturdy classic design. I’m from Canada so have different manufacturers I’m sure but here’s mine. Mine is made by a company called Protec.It looks like this?
Those case are sturdy and offer very strong protection IMO, as they’re not made from soft foam but a hard and thick one.