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  1. Necks
    Hello everyone, My cousin recently acquired a King Cleveland 613 Alto SN #297XXX (Eastlake made?) and it does not come with a neck. Does anyone know where to get a 613 neck replacement or maybe an alternative neck for it?
  2. Bb Tenor
    I've been playing saxophones for a few years now, and have had the chance recently(as band manager) to take what I pleased from the instrument storage as long as I returned it in good condition. I found a tenor I'd never seen before, and it doesn't play but I'm seeing if it will. Oddly enough...
  3. King (HN White)
    Hello, I was checking out Lee's Sax Worx in San Fransisco today and it is a cool shop. While there, I played a straight tenor, a Rampone Cazzani saxello, and a gold plated Buescher Alto. I ended up coming home with a Cleveland Bari. Its case is beyond trashed. Just don't ask about the case...
  4. King (HN White)
    Are the right hand keywork/ergos on the King Zephyr the same as on the King Cleveland? I had a '60s King Cleveland, and really liked the sound, but I have smallish hands, and I found the right hand key spacing a bit spread out for me, making it hard for me to finger quickly. I am wondering...
  5. Announcements and Bulletin Board
    Greg Abate is playing Nighttown next Saturday. If you haven't heard Greg, don't miss this living master of bop. As a bonus, Paul Ferguson and Jack Schantz are playing with him. I'll be there and I think Brad Wagner is going to be there. Please say hello if you make it.
  6. King (HN White)
    Hi all, I'm interested in picking up a king cleveland tenor and found one on craigslist. I asked the serial number, and the seller said that they could not see it (seems to be worn off?) but that it had the image of a clock tower in the engraving... Any idea what period this would be? or what...
  7. King (HN White)
    I knew that the Cleveland saxes were lower in the line than the Zephyr or Super 20, but was trying to pin down the difference a bit more, and I found the below info at: http://www.hnwhite.com/Cleveland%20instruments.htm "The Cleveland Musical Instrument Company was formed in February of 1919...
  8. Late Bloomers
    I'm 47 and I've worked up the courage to actually take lessons to play tenor. I love the "breathy" tones of Ben Webster. I own 5 saxophones(1 soprano, 3 altos, 1 tenor) that I had evaluated by a classical sax player and he basically told me I had a pile of junk. My tenor is a Cleveland King 615...
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