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Amati Tenor Sax

This silver-plated tenor is not the most easily identifiable horn.  I am calling it an Amati.

Perhaps most notable is the left-hand pinkie plateau with just three finger touches. The G# and C# are combined into one.  I saw one of these a while back, but cannot remember much about it.

Please feel free to let me know if you have more info, one way or another.

Stohrer hosted this Short History of Amati Saxophones

This horn is not for sale…it is here to be cleaned and polished and repadded.

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