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Yep,

Here she is completely finished and adjusted. When got I her, she was in very rough shape. Hornfixer straightened the body up for me. Then I chemically stripped her and polished her up by hand to avoid the buffer. Then I put her back together and sent her up to a guy that used to do work for Ace Cannon to do the regulation. She now looks as good as she plays.

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Absolutely BEAUTIFUL!!!!
 

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Eyesore to be sure! You are probably ashamed to be seen in the same room with it.

Tell you what... to spare yourself the embarrassment, send that relic to me and be free to enjoy yourself to the utmost in future performances. :whistling_graemlin:

Obviously green with envy. Hope I can eventually do similar with my Grandfather's Aristocrat.
 

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That's one purdy axe! Enjoy.
 

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Nice!
 

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I too appreciate viewing pics of members saxes.
Yours is a beaut Enviroguy !
 

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I'll bet you say that about all the girls....:razz:
 

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hehehe no, she's truly special. She has a neck that hasn't been beaten, bent or bit. The lower end however has sign of little mishandling and or more than just one rough bumpy road taken abruptly perhaps, but keeping her head tall and proud (that I can tell from her pristine neck condition, she surely bowed to no one)
 
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