- Near Lutterworth, Leics.
I suggest posting a report after a Fortnight of regular playing and getting used to it and getting the most from it .. these horns deserve more than a 5 minute gut reaction .
I knew within five minutes what a power house sax it was. Easy to play, cracking piece of kit. Never sell mine.
Yes, I am harbouring two (for me) valuable Tenors now... Christmas approaching... SWMBO wants more handbags, shoes, cashmere... now there's a thing. She has a cashmere fetish which IS very useful as something cashmere turns up every day. That's twice as frequently as my saxes arrive!!! But her Chanel handbag needs repairing so that's a trip to Paris... why OF COURSE dear!No!!!!!! I want the usual service - and all the follow ups about getting it serviced etc
.. and the agonising about whether it's better than your Grassi...
I've given up buying saxes, but that doesn't mean I can't enjoy other people having fun - a bit like an ex alcoholic watching others getting drunk and having a quiet chuckle to himself.. ...hmm, that sounds a bit sad, but it's not..
Oh great, thanks..... thanks a bundle!Unless you try a few Selmers !
I traded a purple Yamaha 62 tenor once I tried a Selmer. Just more meaty. But the Yamaha was a great instrument.
Now I'm wondering if my YAS62 might be worth upgrading to a Selmer! ;}
I tried to tell him....I traded a purple Yamaha 62 tenor once I tried a Selmer.
might be worth upgrading to a Selmer! ;}
****...Well, so far I haven't so much as handled any Selmer.
Would it?changing from a Ref54 to a 62 would be an "Upgrade"
The mind boggles!PS.
Out to see a client in a bit.