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  1. SOTW Member Recordings & Reviews
    This is a tune I wrote for the great Joe Henderson. I'm on my Mark VI tenor Otto Link STM Florida No USA 9* Robertos Winds reed Ed Cherry guitar Carlo De Rosa bass Lawrence Lo Leathers drums
  2. SOTW Member Recordings & Reviews
    My New CD "Shout-Out!" 50% off downloads for SOTW members Hello My newest recording is up at bandcamp and I have a 50% off discount code for SOTW members that's good until 4/4/18. The discount code is sotw Here's the link where you can preview the tunes for free...
  3. Stolen Instruments, Music
    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10155023500930825&set=a.10155012296355825.1073741826.669245824&type=3&theater Sad story out of Vancouver. A horn with a ton of sentimental value was stolen right off the stage of the Orpheum theatre. Serial number M73842 Stolen with Bob Ackerman lost wax...
  4. Sax vs. Sax, Mpc vs. Mpc, etc.
    I found out that my 1949 SBA will take necks I use on my 1956 Mark 6. Unfortunately, it will not work the other way 'round. So I played my favourite replacement neck, a 68xxx on my SBA as well as its original neck (the horn has nickel keywork). Once I had set up the recording system, I wanted to...
  5. Selmer (Paris)
    I have offered a Mark 6 tenor neck for sale in this forum and would like to know when it was built. Since it does not have a serial number, it is a European model, and this makes it hard to find out. You will find a link to pictures below. I would hate to tell something that is not correct. A...
  6. Selmer (Paris)
    Hi all. Looking for a Mark VI tenor look-alike for photos--it does not need to play, and better if looks used. Rather than buying a real and playable Mark Vi, are there any other makes/models which are visually indistinguishable from a Mark VI? Thanks!
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