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Maybe try a half strength reed higher than what you are on now. Also force yourself to play d2 then palm d and take not not to change anything in your embouchure or breath support/velocity. Go backwards and forwards constantly while maintaining focus on what you are physically doing. This exercise has helped me a lot as your mind is focused and not thinking about timing, notes, reading etc.Giroro said:Slightly off topic - I started biting my lower lip playing high notes during the last fortnight. I couldn't figure out how it started and I couldn't get rid of it. Any help/advice would be appreciated.
I suspect messing around on a cheap tenor sax won't improve things
Trouble is, if you walk around a tradeshow where all the Chinese manufacturers are exhibiting you'll notice that most of the horns look the same. It's possible to buy two horns from one or more manufacturers that look identical and yet they'll be very different in terms of build quality.Not to threadjack, but is there any chance that the Largo horns come from the same factory as the Bently horns? http://www.bentlymusic.com/range.php
I have one of the latter, and it looks very similiar to what I'm seeing in the Largo auctions on eBay. If they are in fact the same, then the Largo is a very good bargain.