Worth it, just to watch the faces of the other players as they realise that you are dribbling coffee beans every time you take a solo.You absolutely MUST try dropping a few beans of these down the bell. Your bell notes will sound like never before! But beware of the low C tonehole. It could get beaned open if you're excessive.
If you like a bright tone, try Starbuck's Blonde Roast.Worth it, just to watch the faces of the other players as they realise that you are dribbling coffee beans every time you take a solo.
This also opens up a whole new world for scientific discussion:
Do Arabica beans give a more refined saxophone sound than Robusta?
Does extra roasting give a darker sound?
According to the CafeSaxophone Coffee Beans marketing, you will get plenty of brightness, along with the darknessIf you like a bright tone, try Starbuck's Blonde Roast.
I think Café Saxophone Fish Fingers might be over-extending the brand consistency somewhat.No, but I throng that could work well with peas or fish fingers.
A while back, we did look into the idea of cafe saxophone underwear. Boxers, briefs and yes, thongs.“Throng”? That sounds exciting! I don’t understand about the peas and fish fingers though.... Is Café de Sax merging with Captain Birdseye?
Great idea.If you want to do a service to the musical world, then a lightweight music stand that doesn't get itself into a mess every time it is folded or unfolded would be a real boon. The standard ones we all use are horrid!