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It says on the equipment section of his website:

'The SOPRANO is a silver Yanigasawa, I use the curved crook as it darkens the sound, but the silver makes it possible to vary the timbre quite a lot just by the way you blow, its excellently made.'
 

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so is that a S981 ? a S990?? a S901?? a S9930????

or something altogether different? :?

[sheesh this is confusing] :cry:
 

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Hello From US

I was in Edinburgh last month...man Scotland is beautiful.....And gotta love The Famous Grouse....
 

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Andy: If it has the removable dual-neck feature and a solid-silver body, it most likely is one of the S-9930 (or whatever) models, similar to an S991.

As I understand it, the differences among the dual-neck models are only in the presence or absence of hi-G keying (S-981 vs. 991), and body materials (S991=lacquered brass; S992=bronze, etc.). DAVE
 
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