Moving my home. Moving truck coming Thursday morning. Every time I’ve moved, I considered it the last time. But…the older I get, the more likely that is true.
Dave Rempis + Stray Passage Fri, 2/17 | Doors 730p, Music 800p @ Arts + Literature Laboratory Tickets $10 advance at http://daverempis.bpt.me/ or $12 at the door 2021 Winnebago St, Madison, Wisconsin 53704 Chicago based saxophonist Dave Rempis will open the night with a 30 min solo set. He will then be joined by Madison […]
A client/friend is unable to attend the Chris Potter/Lionel Loueke/Dave Holland/Erik Harland concert at the UW Union on Oct. 22. It is a single ticket he bought in May when they first went on sale. Family obligations prevent him from going. Selling it for the price he paid, $42. Orchestra C row J seat 107; […]
1930’s Martin Imperial Alto Sax neck. Most modern necks have a tenon with a larger Outside Diameter (O.D.)
I always assumed that “Mypads” pads were cheap pads. I accidentally tore one when removing it and it turns out they have a foil lining under the leather. Not sure of the purpose and whether it is a good or bad thing.
…or course! Why not? http://www.ebay.com/itm/191803218604?ru=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fsch%2Fi.html%3F_from%3DR40%26_sacat%3D0%26_nkw%3D191803218604%26_rdc%3D1
I’ve been getting a lot of questions about Selmer mouthpieces looking different. And it has been exasperatingly hard to find photos of the new mouthpieces. Manufacturers spend untold amounts of money to produce these mouthpieces and then neglect to market them. And by market them, I mean provide even the most basic photos of them. […]
Just received in three mouthpieces from Mouthpiece Cafe. House Blend Tenor 8 Primo Tenor 7* Espresso Alto 7
I happen to have a couple of exceptionally nice Bundy Altos in stock. The older one has a 5-digit serial number of 28465 which may put it prior to WWI. The new one has a serial number of 408714 which might put it right after the Selmer buyout of Buescher at 1963. They are very […]