I hesitated to write to you because I know you are probably very busy but decided to try.Would you be so kind to tell me more about the two I have listed here? Hello, I see two Copper Tenor necks- the ‘underslung’ and the new ‘eveloution’.I look forward to reading your comments Kindest regards David Hi Steve Is a Kohlert model 55 tenor a good horn? Lacquer pretty much gone but no major dents, and has rolled tone holes.Has the neck and the brace somewhat looks like “the moon on the moon” silhouette. What’s your thoughts on this horn, because I don’t see many of these around, and would you use a large chamber or small chamber mouthpiece with it.I have been looking at your site for some time now trying to figure out the history of each one and what they may be valued at.
I am not a music guy and am interested in selling it.
What she knows I’ve been wanting to play for a long time and I’m going to stay with it I also have some musical background in guitar electric Guitar for about for five years often on so I have some basic music theory on that my question is would that help me with my saxophone playing ?
One more question Steve is there a recommendation from you to learn saxophone or online like a saxophone school or lessons that you really like like I said I will be getting a teacher also thank you very much Robert Carsello.
I’ve recently done some serious practicing after almost retiring. I’ve noticed more stability and it’s easier to get altissimo.
but it’s a little harder to articulate my low notes.
1) Conn Alto Sax, serial #: 121402; 2) Conn Soprano (curved) silver saxophone, serial #: 56431. I tend to have a fairly ‘bright’ sound and like slightly ‘darker’ tones. Do you have a recommendation of one that would probably help with the sound I’m looking for?