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I find my old Martins to be more ergonomic than the Yamaha 23 I started on.

Ergonomics is, by definition, as dependent on the user as it is on the piece of equipment. If it works for him there's no need to change. If you're going to buy a second one for transportation reasons, go with another old one. No sense in introducing an un-needed variable. As mentioned before, there was a time when every sax player started on "vintage" horns.

He is of course in love with it because it's old and I bought it specifically for him.
And that's what matters most of all. If he likes the instrument that much, it doesn't have any shortcomings significant enough to worry about.
 
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