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  1. Bb Soprano
    Hello, friends. I have been on a quest for a curved soprano for a few months now, as a serious replacement for my S-901. After taking several issues into account (ergonomics, neck angle, intonation, tone, and the option of right-side bell keys), I came to the firm conclusion (for the moment)...
  2. Sax Repair, Maintenance and Modification
    I keep rephrasing and refining and have been unable to find the length from bell to bow of a curved soprano saxophone. I'm trying to determine which, if any, of the sax stands that hold an alto might also accommodate a curved soprano. Thanks in advance for information and guidance. Akua (...
  3. C Melody Soprano, Contralto & Tenor
    I did a search and did not find any info.......well, to tell the truth I did a search and the result showed LOTS of threads but none seemed to deal with this question. Simple enough, was there ever a curved C-sop ever made? Just curious.
  4. Bb Soprano
    Greetings SOTW! I have a 4th grade student who's adamant about playing saxophone. She's too small for alto so I thought a curved soprano would be a good fit. Is there an intermediate/beginner horn someone could recommend that wouldn't need constant adjusting and plays somewhat in tune (I know...
  5. Bb Soprano
    I couldn't afford an expensive one so I bought a 1912 Curved Wurlitzer Low Pitch soprano sax. I find the high B, C, C# and low D to low Bb needs lots of work to make the right tone (higher octave harmonic for the low notes and unclear or unplayable for the high notes) I'm going to have the...
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