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Hi guys!

Hope everyone is staying safe.

Here are some new Generation ll pieces that are in stock, that I can offer in German bar stock hard rubber and orange Ultem.

1. Robusto 6* hr

2. Robusto 6* hr

3. Robusto 7* hr

4. Robusto 7* orange

5. Robusto 7** orange

6. Robusto 7** hr

7. Showtime 7* hr

8. Showtime 7** hr

9. Showtime 8* orange

10. Chameleon 7** hr

11. Chameleon 7** orange

12. Chameleon 9 hr

13. Chameleon 9 hr

14. The Classic 7* hr

15. The Classic 8* hr

***** From warmer to most powerful: ******

Designed to be warm and full and very even top to bottom. Small baffle with scooped out sidewalls and an open chamber. From Getz to early Sonny, Mobley, Bergonzi, etc....

A) THE ROBUSTO: Spread and fat sounding with punch
This piece takes off from where the Classic leaves off and adds fatness, spread, and punch to the sound ala Gene Ammons and mid-Dexter. Ballsy piece when pushed. Its got a medium height step baffle with straight sidewalls.

B) THE SHOWTIME: Focussed and clean sounding with power
This piece takes it to the next place and offers more brights and punch than the first 2 models above. Its also more free blowing and more focussed sounding than the Robusto. Very clean and clear sounding top to bottom. Its got a medium height step baffle with scooped out sidewalls.

This piece takes it to the next place for the guys who want a powerhouse player that has more punch and brights available than the others. It can also be played warm for jazz players looking for warm but really powerful, but its always got that big powerful sound. For the player who can blow brighter, this will go there too, but it doesn't force you there.
Scooped out sidewalls with a rollover baffle.

This Categorical system makes it easy.

Selling from Florida.
$385 plus shipping each.

Email me at: [email protected]
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