Now I've done it. This should make me an honorary citizen of Cleveland.
I'm psyched. I'm hoping that it will complement my current working lineup of my Super 20 Tenor and Zephyr Alto. I hope I can make it as loud as the others!bruce bailey said:I have a King just like that from 1918 and it is the best curved soprano I have ever owned. I have had Conns, Bueschers, Stencils and now this King. The first one I owned was a Conn in 1963. I have wanted a King since I played one in 1969 and found mine on ebay. A month later I got a matching (case and all) in a straight one. Great find!!!
It's the original case, it just needs a handle. It's as ratty as my other cases.bandmommy said:You don't like the original case? Or does it have the classic 'Old Horn Funk' thing going?
BTW, Nice avatar. What was supposed to be hanging off from that sling, and was it as fun as it looks?
You're killing me, John. Where's the pic?:?saintsday said:OK Marty. You are an honorary citizen of Cleveland.
Here is a pic of what currently squats on the site of the old H.N. White factory.
Damn! Too bad.saintsday said:
I know, that's the only sucky part. The band's solid and fun to work with, but I haven't yet recorded a disc with them.Reedsplinter said:Congrats on the new axe!
Checked out the HooDoos online -- I see you listed there, but the recording of "Eliza" doesn't seem to feature any sax! Though I confess I didn't listen quite all the way to the end; maybe you crop up there somewhere? Great sounding band though!