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They're pretty hard to find. I don't believe there's a distributor in the US, as such. They are (or have been) a dying breed. Don Macrill stopped making them. If they've resumed I don't know about it. You can check with donmack.com. Better yet, call them because he's pretty squirrely about keeping the info on his web site about Berkeleys current.
 

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gary said:
They're pretty hard to find. I don't believe there's a distributor in the US, as such. They are (or have been) a dying breed. Don Macrill stopped making them. If they've resumed I don't know about it. You can check with donmack.com. Better yet, call them because he's pretty squirrely about keeping the info on his web site about Berkeleys current.
The thread title asks about Hiscox
http://www.hiscoxcases.com/sax.htm

Different animal a'the'gither
 

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DougR said:
The thread title asks about Hiscoxhttp://www.hiscoxcases.com/sax.htmDifferent animal a'the'gither
Indeed it does. What was I thinking about. :cool:
Berkeley? HIscox? Maybe it was all those films made in the Bay area in the 70's. :twisted:

Paul - junkdude.com and pmwoodwind.com used to carry them. Give them a call.
 
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