There was nothing there!Did I miss the post listing all the ska/rock/pop players using a Selmer S80, or is the list too long to post?
Oops, nevermind. I found it. Here’s the comple
Apart from probably the best rock saxophone player ever, Lee Allen. He played a Selmer D (not the soloist, the more basic one that came with the saxophone)You missed a few junior high garage bands, but otherwise I think you’ve nailed it.
He didn't mean his previous Berg was metal, I'm pretty sure it was rubber. he just mentioned that to clarify that he didn't/doesn't like metal mouthpieces.The metal is only cold for a second, if at all. It’s body temperature by the time your warm hand puts it on the horn. So I’m skeptical of his true motivations.
I talked to a saxplayer that had did regularu gigs at a restaurant.As you know, a great player can make anything sound good, in spite of its many inherent limitations.
I’d get yourself a Meyer 5MM or Otto Link 5. Both great mouth pieces as an upgrade. Readily available and reasonably pricedHey everyone!
Wondering if any of you have a go-to place for second hand mouth pieces. My teacher says it’s time to upgrade and aside from
Ebay I’ve no idea where to start.
After a Seimer C SA80 for an alto sax.