...or you can reprint a page after it gets yellow with age, coffee, or gets rained on.Swampcabbage said:You could just print out pages as needed and save the money over time. Or, read it off the computer and have a reason to commit it to memory faster.
Desax said:I'll ignore the second hand question as I thought it to be evident in a vain attempt to save a few dollars if someone had one not needed any longer. By the time I Print the pdf, I figure the ink cartridge will cost the same to replace. As I said before, there is no doubt Steve's book is worth every penny, was just trying to save $. (Old school mentality I guess)
I'll second that!! How much are you going to save Desax, $2? Come on. I can't imagine how many hours Nef put in on this stuff. And he's selling it for pocket change. Hey anybody got some second-hand shoelaces for sale?sonnymobleytrane said:This is why Musicians Have it so tough. We don't even support our own!!!
Get that crowbar out and buy Steves book from Steve!!!
LOL, hey good point! It's gonna take me a LONG time. Sorry if I sounded harsh Desax. I wrote a book a few years ago (on kayaking, not sax, but the principle still applies) and I get maybe a dollar or two for each copy sold. So I'm kinda sensitive on the topic.Nefertiti said:I was waiting to see if someone would sell you one because they mastered everything in it. I wrote the darn thing and I'm still trying to get these things under my fingers like I need to. :shock: Once you get them down in one key then the challenge is being able to use them over chord changes at a fast tempo...........