Funny enough my teacher mentioned teaching some senior citizens who had no teeth in my lesson earlier this evening - he was saying that they often played flat due to reduced pressure - but it's nothing that can't be adjusted for
Depends on what you mean. If you mean no teeth but wearing dentures, yes, it's possible. I seem to recall John Coltrane had no natural teeth. Playing with no teeth and no dentures would be a lot more difficult. I have some insight into this, as I am missing lots of teeth, including the entire lower front row. I play using an upper and lower dental plate, and I adjusted to it pretty quickly.Is it possible to play the saxophone with no teeth? I know it's a strange question but I need to know. Thank you!