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Dear Sotw.
I was just wondering if anyone in here have named their saxophone?
ps. I hope i posted this in the right section.
Regards Louis.
 

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My alto is Lady Jane.
My soprano is John Thomas.
 

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I have 2 saxes......I call one of them Tenor and the other one Alto.
 

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My Chu was made the same year my Mother was born. I named her Rose, my Mom's middle name.
 

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I do think this is about the 4th time I've seen this come up, but I'll bite.

Yeah, I named them (in order):

Buescher, Buescher, Buescher, Buescher, Buescher, and his other brother Buescher.

They do have middle names:

Sop, Alto, C-Mel, Tenor, Bari, and Parts. :)
 

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interestingly, only my curved soprano is named ... ... wonder why myself
 

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my old Conn 30M was called Suzie but that was the exception....
 

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yeah, hey you
 

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Well, I didn't think about it. But, if needed, I could choose: Zoot for my sop, Phil for the alto, Dex for the tenor and Cube for the bari. Maybe it will help them to help me to sound like ....
 

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I suppose that "Martin" for a Martin would be just about acceptable.
 

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I wouldn't dare. My wife says I already spend more time with my saxes then with her, so if I now come up with names for my intstruments the
$#!^ will really hit the <@!>. :evil:
Just kiddin' , She's a forgiving person in that respect but this WOULD be pushing it a little.
 

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Names, eh? Interesting. I sometimes wonder why some people choose gender for their saxes. And mostly, the saxes are referred to as "she", as in "She..." No, I won't go there! :)
 
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