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  • #70842
    Louis
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    Below are my horns! I also have a C Melody Conn that needs full overhauled, once it is done I’ll show that as well!

    Martin Handcraft Imperial Bari Sax

    Conn 6m Naked Lady Alto

    Conn 10m Naked Lady Tenor

    Conn Chu Berry Tenor

    Yamaha YSS-475 Soprano

    #70847
    jakejake
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    IMPressive list!

    #70848
    Louis
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    I guess it is a list, eh? There were supposed to be pics with it, but I guess that is what I get for using my smart phone! I’ll try it with my computer.

    #70850
    Louis
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    Saxphone Collection

    #70851
    Louis
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    #70852
    Louis
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    So I think this works. First picture is the Martin Bari, followed by the Conn 10m Naked Lady Tenor, the Conn Chu Berry Tenor, the Conn 6m Naked Lady Alto, and the Yamaha YSS-475 Soprano. Sorry for the error!

    #70862
    RidgeRidge
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    Nice older horns you have there and having heard your recordings you do play them well. I own a Buescher Alto Aristocrat (1970) I think it is a very good horn similar to a Con.

    #70896
    Louis
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    I have always wanted to try out a Buescher! How do you like yours?

    #70949
    saxomonica
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    Yo @Louis you got some very classy machinery there cobber! All them silver plated tenors are sensuous ..

    @jake well, now, bloke them there sure seem to cut it for our LISTening pleasure? Spiffing hey what.

    @Ridge sounds like you gotta great axe to grind out some sweet tunes with there mate, itza bobby dazzler?

    Gents, FYI have found the site below of pertinent interest, that is if you haven’t seen it before.
    Good read on LHS side keys too, half way down, “Sax tone and intonation” for your reeding pleasure.
    Cheers, Mark

    schooloftherock.com/html/evaluating_vintage_saxophones.html

    #70950
    saxomonica
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    um, err
    Hominis est erres (L.) it belongs to man to err.

    https://schooloftherock.com/html/evaluating_vintage_saxophones.html

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