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  1. Yamaha
    Hi all! The title says it, for the most part. I am an experienced (30-year) bassist, and on alto I'm a middling beginner with a few hundred practice hours behind me, and up to now I've been playing on a Buescher TrueTone, ca. 1926-28 if I recall. I like the horn and its sound. But I certainly...
  2. Eb Alto
    so i recently tried out 2 seperate s3 models, they both had the same problem wavering in the low b and bb, i was supporting my sound, i was playing straight with NO intended vibrato, my reed wasn't cracked, chipped, etc. nor was my mouthpiece, i don't know if this is because i'm essentially a...
  3. Yamaha
    What is the difference between the Yamaha Pro models vs the Custom ones besides the price? Like why is there a YAS 62II, YAS 82Z, and YAS 875EX models? Does it mean that the EX model is the best one of the three or that its built better with better quality materials?
  4. Yamaha
    I keep reading that the 82z is a jazz horn and that the EX is the classical horn. Is there any validity to this or is it just how they are marketed?? I play both classical and jazz and so I need a horn that can do both. I was on the market for an 82Z lacker model but I've also read that the 62II...
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