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I just bought an NN (no engraving, no serial number) sopranino from SOTW member Camry, which I supposed it´s a Jinbao nino because of the quality control card inside the case.
I agree with Wade about the intonation because it´s really very good, I am on the process to decide which piece to use as main piece, an original piece refaced or a Yanagisawa #5, but today I tried both pieces with a Rovner ligature (I had it like a spare ligature for my Selmer Metal Bb soprano but barely use it because it darkened the tone too much), but on the nino worked perfectly, because the Rovner takes out all the brightness and leaves only a warmer rounded tone.
All my other horns are vintage (King & Buescher), I point it up because I am not one of those taiwanese/chinese believers ,but this sopranino really surprised me much more than I expected.
 
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