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Ordered one of these awhile back and have to admit it is working out rather well. It's very ergonomic, no more strain in my right thumb. I've tried a few aftermarket thumbrests for my tenor the past couple of years and this is by far the best one.

It was surprising how large it was when I first received it but now the look has grown on me. It actually matches my regular lacquer horn perfectly, although I believe the thumbrest is gold plated.
 

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Mine apparently arrived at my house today. Wish I had time to go home and attach it before tonights gig. However, tomorrows will do fine.
 

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Anybody try one of these on a baritone sax??
 

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while you use a different horn I don't think that you use a different thumb on your bari than the thumb you have on the tenor :) so the thubrest will also be fine on a bari..
 

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haven't tried it on bari, but, most of my issue stem from the tub being too small for my hands so the bari actually feels a little more comfortable in my hands as it is.
 

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Put it on yesterday and played it on the gig last night.

In a word?

AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!:cheers: :cheers: :cheers: :cheers:
 

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Swampcabbage said:
Put it on yesterday and played it on the gig last night.

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AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!:cheers: :cheers: :cheers: :cheers:
Glad to hear that Swampcabbage. I know mine saved my thumb. Period. Glad this helps you.
 
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