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Wow are people really that ignorant?
The statement that you could save up to $500 for an overhaul did it for me. Can you do an overhaul for $500 or buy all the tools to do DIY. I thought not.

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"Why pay a repair shop $500 to overhaul your sax (?)"

Errm... because a repair shop knows what they're doing.

Let's sit back and see how many 'newly refurbished' saxes get listed that don't even work! It'll probably cost the buyer $500 (at least) to put the thing right.
 

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Hey, the seller has 100% positive feedback (as a buyer).
(Neck cork, two saxes, a how-to-repair DVD)

Hmmm. I have a hunch that the account is hacked. I could be wrong, though. It's just a gut feeling.

Edit: However, Braelan seems to correlate with Hazel Green, and there are "junker wanted" ads that point into the same direction.
Okay, admittedly male intuition at work....
 

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How do you make a file?
First you get a piece of paper that is 17"x11" and the appropriate colour. Then fold it in half.
Oh crap I just realized... Damn I didn't know you meant a metal one.

As my former boss use to say " You're selling the sizzle, not the steak" Sounds like an e-bay ad with a lot of sizzle and no meat.

Matt
 
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