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5732 posts · Joined 2004. #1 · Oct 31, 2010. When I was in middle school I heard Eddie Daniels play Giant Steps as a solo. Later in life I was able to hear Micheal Brecker play Naima solo. Just saxophone. I have always been fascinated by players who are at the level to play a tune completely alone yet bring excitement and creativity, while ...

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178 posts · Joined 2010. #8 · Jan 17, 2012. I visited the Trevor James premises in Lenham, UK, June 2010, and have been in the tech room where the saxes (and pro flutes) are put together (parts are produced in Taiwan at Trevor James' own factory). Unfortunately Dave Farley, and his assistant, who builds the saxes (and have designed them) was ...

Attachments. I have posted a For Sale Hamilton Alto Saxophone (Vintage) in SOTW Forum Marketplace Horns For Sale or Wanted. It. is listed on Ebay. If interested check out the SOTW thread & Ebay listing. Yes, it's a Conn. This horn is either identical to a late Pan American or early 14M (circa 1956-1961).Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...

The SOTW Forum. Playing/Performance Styles. Classical Saxophone. Follow Forum Create Thread Rascher School. Classical Saxophone Greats - Sigurd Rascher. 1.2K 427K 4d ago. 1.2K 427K ... Classical Saxophone Greats - American School. 371 211K Aug 24, 2021. 371 211K Aug 24, 2021 ...Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.7K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! Show Less . Join ...Discussions about mouthpieces, reeds, ligatures, etc... 1087 discussions, 5791 total posts. Last: 4 months ago. Saxquest (420 posts) Zaxman (31 posts) Saxophone.org - created by saxophone players for saxophone players. Features an active saxophone forum, buy sell trade your sax, saxophone museum, sax teachers and more.Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...Sax on the Web Forum Gorgeous 10MFAN red marble hr 7* Robusto tenor mpc - Here is a phenomenal Robusto red marble hard rubber tenor sax mouthpiece. Hundreds of videos on my website of this mouthpiece in action.Bari Sax Guy. 997 posts · Joined 2007. #12 · Apr 5, 2022 (Edited) If I could get a real one for $225.00 from a reputable seller, the photos shows a pristine neck, and if the diameter of the tenon works, or is close, I'd do that instead of going with a Chinese neck. Plus you'll have a complete Bundy Sax, not a Frankensax.A lot can be done by some solid listening. Getz had quite a dark sound. Whatever mouthpiece you end up using, use a Rovner ligature. It darkens the tone more than a regular ligature. For reeds, at least a strength 3. "Music is the language of the spirit. It opens the secret of life bringing peace, abolishing strife."Saxplayer1. 774 posts · Joined 2006. #10 · Aug 7, 2008. The Yani Metal 7 Soprano piece is a great piece, very well made and easy to control from bottom to High F# & G. My favorite piece for soprano is a Selmer Super Session "I" which to me has a bigger sound, however, my second favorite is the Yani Metal 7.

There was, however, an all brass (keys, too) tenor sax with a SELMER SIGNET logo, in a classic early 1960's blue sparkle Tolex wooden case with navy blue leather binding and red interior. It seems, though, that someone had put this much-more-recent Signet into a much older case. I snapped a quick pic and noted the serial number, hoping someone ...mijderf · #10 · Feb 1, 2020. JV Sax said: I have been thinking about selling a vintage (1920's or 30's) Selmer Mark VI (M106690)with a low A key. The Mark VI Selmer models started production in the 1950's. The serial number you list suggests about 1963 production. Marketplace eligibility and rules can be found here: https://forum.saxontheweb ...Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...

248 posts · Joined 2020. #1 · Apr 6, 2023 (Edited) The Supreme tenor is out. Here's the official teaser featuring many familiar faces: Changes from previous models: Manufacturing. More precise boring of the diameter of the neck entrance. Three-dimensional manufacturing check.

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Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.7K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! Show Less . Full Forum Listing ...Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...305 posts · Joined 2005. #1 · Aug 26, 2005. I have been playing the tenor for about 2 years now, and I have recently becomed obsessed with getting a better sax. The one I have right now says "Accent" on the bell. I have been told that it is Model 170. The horn is fairly new, when I got it, one person had tried it out for a few months.Reed strength help please - tenor. I've been playing a mix of Rico orange box, Rico/D'addario Royals, and Vandoren Java (green) for years now. I'd like to branch out a bit out of curiosity and also because lately the Javas haven't been giving me what I need. I play 2.5 strength on all the above, and I don't really feel much difference between ...Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...

If you’re searching for a saxophone specialist in Hornsby, look no further than Raimond Sax. With years of experience and a deep passion for all things saxophone, Raimond is renown...Hi guys, I have a Buescher alto saxophone in possession and I have absolutely no concrete information on this beauty. The serial number is 84xxx and right under it is a fading "20A." Here are some pics. The pads are old and unaligned, therefore the sax isn't in proper playing condition. It needs an overhaul; that isn't a surprise.Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...3968 posts · Joined 2013. #1 · Apr 8, 2021. Hey everyone! I love listening to new players and hearing people from all over, so I figured I’d make a thread where you can put your recordings! These can be links to streaming tunes/albums, YouTube videos (I LOVE watching live gig videos more than anything else), home recordings - anything you want!Jun 13, 2021 · Helen Discussion starter. 1147 posts · Joined 2003. #1 · Jun 13, 2021. For years now I have been meaning to develop an exercise index for the Universal Saxophone Method, by Paul DeVille. Over the past month I have finally gotten around to doing so. As an instructor I often use the Universal Method with my advancing students. Sax on the Web Forum A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more!1814 posts · Joined 2003. #1 · Jul 16, 2019. I've been browsing/shopping for a new contoured tenor case and on Amazon have seen the brand Crossrock cases that are supposedly made of fiberglass that look sturdy and nice. Wondering if any SOTWers own a Crossrock case and if you would recommend or advise to look elsewhere.Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...Update (Jan-16-10): As a new feature there is now Sax on the Web Forum Portal Or you can go directly to the SOTW Forum The Sax on the Web article site is still there.Jul 30, 2007 · The premier forum for all things sax at http://forum.saxontheweb.net/ Joining Sax on the Web FB group: ----- We... 106 posts · Joined 2018. #1 · Oct 25, 2023. Hey all! I remember a couple years back reading some threads that were highly critical or skeptical of all products made by Eastern Music, calling them knockoffs or similar things. Lately I’ve been noticing a lot of positive reviews of their products, particularly their saxophones, in Facebook forums.Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...Free Saxophone Quartet Music. Now available on my web site are 11 sax quartet arrangements for Free! Just download the pdf's. Most are jazz tunes. Most arrangements have Soprano Sax (Optional Alto Sax 1), Alto Sax 2, Tenor Sax, Baritone Sax, Rhythm Section (Piano, Bass, Drum Set) and scores. Starting a Sax quartet and getting music is hard ...396 posts · Joined 2008. #5 · Apr 1, 2011. I don't think it's the Leather or metal that changes the sound I would say it's the pressure plate that makes the difference. Some leatherligs have plastic pressure plates and that will make the sound darker (for example BG Standard) and some have metal that makes the sound a little brighter for ...Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.7K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...Boston Sax Shop, 10mfan and 10mfan Artist. ... Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...Here's what we in this forum describe the tone of Buescher Big-B Aristocrat: sweet, best, killer, more focused that THC, less spread that THC, dark, brilliant, powerful, complex, powerful, wonderful, smooth, Buescher tone, special and resonant. After college with an engineering major (now 24), I have always been dreaming to be an audiophile.

Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...Nov 28, 2004 · yamaha yss-61 soprano. This is my first time to post on the forum so here goes, I am thinking of selling my antigua winds 582LQ soprano sax and going for an upgrade to the yanagisawsa version but have come across a Yamaha YSS-61 soprano and wondered if anyone out there has played this vintage sax. Any problems with this saxophone,or should I ... Jul 16, 2021 · 1) I have no intention of changing browsers. I like Chrome, and dislike Safari and Firefox. Purely aesthetic reasons. 2) I might use an ad blocker, but I don’t particularly dislike ads per se, and I’m mindful that this site derives most its income from ad impressions. 21927 posts · Joined 2009. #2 ·Apr 5, 2024. Bass is my main, sax is my second (or third depending on how one views it). As a supportive rhythm instrument vs. what is essentially a lead instrument, these are two different beasts. I have found over the decades my musical mindset being a rhythm player still effects how I execute playing sax.It was the model used by Marcel Mule (C* facing) " Master-Metal " Selmer mouthpiece (1929 >1947) "The tone chamber was designed so there is no break in the flow of air where the saxophone neck is inserted in the mouthpiece". Sold as " Metal"model in 1930 or "All-Metal" in 1932 and called "Master-Metal" in 1936.

Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...Beet juice is celebrated as a superfood. It is becoming more popular as the health benefits of beet juice are discussed in health and nutrition forums. Even some athletes take it a...Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.7K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...With the 55 tenor now firmly in his clutches, I'm off to find one of my own and maybe a 55 alto for his next birthday. It's going to be a joy watching and listening to him grow as a musician. One of the few true joys of being a dad! Ladies and Gentlemen, as promised, the pictures of my $250 Kohlert 55 Tenor.The Performance (alto and tenor) has a more traditional post-to-rib-to-body. The Performance have a detatchable bell. And the neck profile (other than the bore) is very different, very Selmer-like (if not a Selmer-copy). Keys are different, key cups are very different. Even the key touches are different.Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...Jan 16, 2006 · 12004 posts · Joined 2003. #2 · Jan 16, 2006. It depends what you mean - "Who are the saxophonists" is a little vague. If you want to talk about famous saxophonists like Brecker, Mulligan, Kenny G and such; The place to discuss about them is in Brand Name Players. If however you want to learn who are the saxophonists of Sax On The Web forum ... Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...It could certainly be a good horn, but it is past the prime period of the '30s, '40s, and early '50s. It kind of looks like a relac, but the engraving is sharp, so maybe not. And no, this is not a Big B or an Aristocrat. It's a later model 400, which has a pretty good rep, but not in the same league with the earlier TH&C models, or the Big B.A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more!13498 posts · Joined 2007. #1 · Apr 14, 2023 (Edited) YDS-120 Digital / Electronic Saxophone Features - Yamaha USA. Lower cost than the 150, loses the fake brass bell, also has recorder type mouthpiece (as opposed to the sax-like reed & mouthpiece for the 150). I know nothing more about this. If it's got the same sounds as …4) If you buy a used sax locally, of course the best is to try it out. Check for bent key and body. And to check if there is any leaks, shine a flash light through it and close the hole. If there is any gap, you will see the light through the gap. 5) Ask him to take it to a technician and write a report.21927 posts · Joined 2009. #2 ·Apr 5, 2024. Bass is my main, sax is my second (or third depending on how one views it). As a supportive rhythm instrument vs. what is essentially a lead instrument, these are two different beasts. I have found over the decades my musical mindset being a rhythm player still effects how I execute playing sax.Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! Show Less . Full Forum ...Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.6K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more! ...Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.7K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, displays, models, styles, reviews, accessories ...Add to this the fact that we identify instruments not so much from the timbre of the steady state sound, but from the attack transient. If you take a piano recording and cut the attack transient, and do the same pitch with an oboe, it's difficult to tell the piano and oboe apart. Sound guy theory of relativity: E=mc^2 (+or- 3dB) Sax player ...Sax on the Web Forum. 3.3M posts 75.8K members Since 2003 A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. 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3968 posts · Joined 2013. #1 · Apr 8, 2021. Hey everyone! I love listening to new players and hearing people from all over, so I figured I’d make a thread where you can put your recordings! These can be links to streaming tunes/albums, YouTube videos (I LOVE watching live gig videos more than anything else), home recordings - anything you …1 post · Joined 2024. #1 · 39m ago. I have an alto sax that I got in the 80's that I'd like to sell. I have no idea how to figure out the value of it. It is an Armstrong Heritage, made in West Germany, exclusively for WT Armstrong Company. Julius Keilwerth. Serial number 83996. My searches have not been successful.248 posts · Joined 2020. #1 · Apr 6, 2023 (Edited) The Supreme tenor is out. Here's the official teaser featuring many familiar faces: Changes from previous models: Manufacturing. More precise boring of the diameter of the neck entrance. Three-dimensional manufacturing check.12004 posts · Joined 2003. #2 · Jan 16, 2006. It depends what you mean - "Who are the saxophonists" is a little vague. If you want to talk about famous saxophonists like Brecker, Mulligan, Kenny G and such; The place to discuss about them is in Brand Name Players. If however you want to learn who are the saxophonists of Sax On The Web forum ...Here's what we in this forum describe the tone of Buescher Big-B Aristocrat: sweet, best, killer, more focused that THC, less spread that THC, dark, brilliant, powerful, complex, powerful, wonderful, smooth, Buescher tone, special and resonant. After college with an engineering major (now 24), I have always been dreaming to be an audiophile.Even after doing the adjustment, I only have $300 in it so it should sell well for a student. datsaxman. 5781 posts · Joined 2005. #3 · Sep 28, 2017. Aaron, If that is the MP that came with the horn, they are usually pretty small openings and poor quality. Any decent MP will improve things.A forum community dedicated to saxophone players and enthusiasts originally founded by Harri Rautiainen. Come join the discussion about collections, care, …

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