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That is without doubt a Indian POS SSO and it wouldn't even make a nice lamp.

FYI POS = Piece of -- well you get the picture.
SSO = saxophone shaped object.
 

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I was sooooo keen on those funky red pads too! :D :D :D
 

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I'll bet the tone and intonation are UNCREDIBLE!!

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ps. stay away! stay far away!!
 

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Um....wow

Either the body tube is longer than normal, or we're looking at a sax that goes down to low B natural.

Too light for a boat anchor, not big enough to be an artificial reef, too curvy to be a decent javelin....hmmm...anyone have a good use for this thing?


The red pads probably aren't even biodegradable.
 

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why don't they bomb the factory in India which is responsible for these abominations? They show up everywhere (along with horrible clarinets or trumpets) and sometimes are thought to be Old Bessons
look at this German site listing them among the forgeries
http://www.mvhochdorf.de/bessons.php
The problem is that this stuff can trick someone to buy a dog believing they are buying a saxophone.
 
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