No problems at all.Can I ask what is the " problem" that you are trying to fix? Which version of the ST have you got?
I'll measure it tomorrow.If I were you I'd buy it and try although if there is no problem to be fixed you are more likely to induce a problem than to improve anything.
Should you not be interested in this neck I may be.
The diameter of the ST III ( which is really made by Amati) is?
I've played the ST90 and own a SX90 alto, a SX90R tenor and a SX90II soprano. And yes: SX90(R) plays a lot better than the ST90I've never played the SX90 models, but if they sound better than the ST90 models, they must be a wonderful horn.
Thanks.I've played the ST90 and own a SX90 alto, a SX90R tenor and a SX90II soprano. And yes: SX90(R) plays a lot better than the ST90
Thanks, this is good to know.Not very fair to compare an ST to an SX, really. ST's were always outsourced and their market was always the budget end of things.
But I agree, it's a far better instrument than any YAS 23...
Keith Ridenhour actually bought a replacement JK neck for his neckless ST90 a while back. I believe that one was an SX neck, and it worked fine on the ST90 (I serviced the horn).