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  1. Selmer (Paris)
    Hey guys :) Sorry in advanced if this becomes long... After playing my series II for 7 years, I've found that it has a stuffy, generic quality to the sound. I didn't notice this much in high school (I mean, any professional horn was amazing compared to my student horn :P), but over the years...
  2. Eb Alto
    Hi everyone! :) I'm an Alto player and I plan to buy an upgrade of sax. I've chosen Selmer SA80 Series II Jubilee and I'm confused about the finish/plating I should choose for the sound that I want. I'm a huge smooth jazz fan and I'm inspired by the sound of Gerald Albright, David Sanborn...
  3. Eb Alto
    This past summer I bought a used Selmer Paris SA80 Series II Alto for $2300. At first a sort of struggled with it, knowing that the lower area of the horn is hard to play amongst other things. I thought it would go away. I'm still having some trouble with it, because the tone is turning out to...
  4. Eb Alto
    I recently acquired a new Series II Jubilee. I love it. However, I am experiencing two problems which I have not encountered before: 1. G# with the octave key really wants to go down to the undertone an octave below. Voicing keeps it in place, but it's not very stable. 2. Middle/open C# is...
  5. Selmer (Paris)
    Hello fellows, my name is Angel, from Argentina, and i´ve been following your forum and reading your posts, they´ve al been very useful to me. From a couple of months to now i´ve been intrested in moving on to selmer, and two of their saxes are finally among my choices: Series II Jubille and...
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