I would just like to know what this is exactly?
Adjusting it so that the bell keys sit perfect could be a pain. Plus, the potention for leaks would develop.bluesaxgirl said:I haven't really seen one that can come off without a screwdriver at least. It would be interesting to see one come off by some sort of ligature screw to put in the case. It would make it easier to travel with (by having a smaller case). But then again, would that make the sound of that sax differentiate), depending on how you attached it?
....something to think about.
Yeah, I watched my tech straighten the slightly crooked bell on my Bundy Special alto. After warning me that I might not want to watch, he put the bell against his bench and pushed his hip against the sax until it was straight.stevesklar said:older Keilwerths do not have removeable bells ( i can't recall if new ones have it or not). They also don't have that gigantic, thick clamp either.