I have read several posts about Borgani tenors, where the owners are very satisfied.
How about the Borgani altos, the OBA-series? Someone that plays or has stopped playing a Borgani alto?
Please share your experience(s).
After trying to research the subject for quite a while, I have hit the wall.
My question is: how would you say the old vintage horns compare to the new models.
Please don't get confused by the word "vintage". I think there is a modern model called "vintage".
That's not what I mean.
So, I bought a used Borgani Joe Lovano tenor sax from reverb. It should arrive tomorrow. I was v. pleased with the price, especially after looking at various Selmer Paris models, including the Mark VI, for months. I realize it's a totally different concept from Selmer, and I'm excited about...
I recently acquired a Selmer (London) Pennsylvania tenor which is the same model as shown on this site
Same neck brace, guards, 3 hole strap ring. On that site they concluded that it was a Borgani. Here's an example of the identical Borgani version...
I have been the proud owner of a Borgani Jubilee tenor for years. For certain things things this horn cannot be beat. Out of curiosity I wanted to see how much they are selling for new these days. I almost couldn't find one for sale new online, but I think they have some at Ishimori in Japan...
Sorry to bug you about this subject. I'm getting to the final stage of decision making for a curved soprano sax.
Would you give me your final feedback?
gold lacquer Phil Barone (relatively new) vs. silver plated Borgani Macerata (old logo, one piece body).
Both are in good shape.
A few weeks ago I got your comment on a gold plated Borgani Curved saxophone. Back then I wasn't quite ready to invest 1400.
I found another case of Borgani curved saxophone which is a bit cheaper. It is silver plated and has high F#. But it is interesting that the logo is older than...