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You're just having a lark parroting something you've read elsewhere, I'm not going to swallow it.
I believe materal that affect the sound. Not the finsishes so much but the materail the saxes are built from. I listened to Steve Douglas, gigging with JJ Cale, the other day and his Grafton sounded different.
I think it's good if we can have saxes that sounds differnt. Why should a saxophone sound like a saxophone from the past? Saxophones made from wood, plastic, brass, silver, stainless steel .... . I would like the saxophone to become more like the guitar. Maybe this is a way to "re-sax" the music again?
I'm not sure it's possible to have exactly identical horns - everything that's made is made to engineering tolerances - plus or minus a fraction of a millimetre and the tooling that makes it and the equipment used to measure it is only accurate to a certain amount.
Whether these tiny variations make any audible difference is debateable