I had never heard of them!I agree, if anyone is worthy to continue that legacy, it is Karel.
Thanks for your remarks. I appreciate them and you still state them in a friendly way All too often people are real keyboard heroes and use strong language...till you meet them in person. That aside...
And a brilliant one!Owww boy...It ended up being a long reply #sorrynotsorry
Don't worry about the touristic nature, His shop is (just) outside the touristic part of town.I'm not sure when I'll be in Brugge next, but when I am I'll make sure to pay you a visit. Knowing you're there will help me fight the resistance I have due to the touristic nature of the town.
That's good! I may have to find a good excuse to go the other way, or book a hotel in that area. Oh dear, a sax shop! That's a change from Amsterdam...Don't worry about the touristic nature, His shop is (just) outside the touristic part of town.
So that's what they used on those old Super Dynactions! As for 193, I believe that's the minimum number required for the horns to be considered street-legal.Let's hope they are not the ones containing depleted uranium. Though that might add an extra sparkle to my playing!