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Pete, welcome to the forum, there are many threads already open about this. Of course you are entitled to open threads but makes things a lot easier to use the enormous body of threads which are kept for this purpose.

Opening New threads make things difficult to search in future because it dilutes even further information. Also, continuing an old thread immediately alerts all the people whom have subscribed to that thread creating more attention than any new thread may ever hope to create.

Good Luck!

Find thread on MARK VII Altos here : ( there are MANY more!)

https://forum.saxontheweb.net/showthread.php?167535-Selmer-Mark-VII-any-good
https://forum.saxontheweb.net/showthread.php?13252-Selmer-Paris-Mark-VII-Alto-Saxophone-Value
https://forum.saxontheweb.net/showthread.php?74607-Selmer-mark-VI-or-mark-VII-the-difference
https://forum.saxontheweb.net/showthread.php?204600-Mark-VII-ALTO-fan-club
https://forum.saxontheweb.net/showthread.php?239287-Selmer-Mark-VII-Alto-Mouthpieces
 

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Administrator note:

I have merged the two threads into this one, and moved the conversation to the correct sub forum.

Peter,

Welcome to SOTW. Please read the forum rules as you agreed to do when you applied for membership. We do not permit cross posting of topics in multiple sub forums.
 

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Sorry, Now I know to search for subjects. If a certain topic has no thread, then how would I start a thread?
In the unlikely event that nobody, in all this much time since he forum exists, hasn't put a question exactly targeted to, or related to, any new question...you can easily open a new thread (if you have the privileges, you are still, I think, under probation like all new members, that can be lifted by the administrators.
You go here

https://forum.saxontheweb.net/forum.php

choose a subforum amongst the many and then you start a new thread. again you may have problems until your probation hasn't been lifted

https://forum.saxontheweb.net/showthread.php?219880-can-t-post-new-thread
 

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Well... I mean this isn't a stupid question really is it besides all the "well it varies from player to player and how much you practice blah blah" sort of answers, they are great horns if in good playing condition. The key work IS a bit funky, but some people don't mind it at all. In terms of sound (obviously varying from horn to horn), they are generally pretty punchy and powerful! The altos are especially fun! Overall great horns and a bargain most of the time. Why Selmer changed the key work all the time I don't totally understand though.. hope this helps a little bit. Go try a bunch!

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