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 Re: Looks like I'm stepping up from my student horn.
Author: Bob Bernardo 
Date:   2010-06-23 22:03

Since jazz is your main focus I'd go with a Selmer of a Lablanc. I've played a lot of jazz in the military bands, mainly the sax, but also some clarinet licks. The Buffet I had was a bit resistant, so I used the Selmer supplied by the military band, which was the 9 series.

I'm not up on the latest Selmer's or Lablanc's so take a look at those and try them out. Needless to say pick the one that feels best. I really liked the key work on the free blowing Selmer. It just feels really great compared to the Buffet and I found it really fun to play.

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Post Edited (2010-06-23 22:06)

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