Yikes. No Photoshop back then.re the smaller photo- why does the back of your head have its own microphone? very Harry Potter...
Sax mics were always worrying from that point of view....!!!Yikes. No Photoshop back then.
looks like the drummer had all the mics and I was stuck with the bug .tee hee. You have to admit though. They did /do allow for extreme posing possibilities, foot on monitor, lying on back, Pete Townshend star jumps etc etc.
What brand of sax are we looking at here Thomas? I am torn between a D&J, B&S, or something altogether different. I know it's not your Hammerschmidt--at least not the one with Lucite key guards.
It's a Yamaha 25. I played that horn for some years. I alternate between Martin and YTS 25. A modern sax is more friendly to my body. I don't play any longer so I'm going to sell my saxes. Maybe I'll keep a tenor and some others saxes. Who knows, maybe I start to play again!? But I don't think we are going to play again. And I don't understand the meaning of playing scales and long tones, play long with backing tracks, record myself ... when I'm +65. "Can't Teach An Old Dog New Tricks". If I get a call from a person asking for help to arrange a RockSax workshop or a small Blues and Rock event, I wouldn't hestitate.What brand of sax are we looking at here Thomas? I am torn between a D&J, B&S, or something altogether different. I know it's not your Hammerschmidt--at least not the one with Lucite key guards.