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I imagine this youtube clip has been seen here before, but I just found out about it, so, maybe other members might enjoy it.

 

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Some very interesting saxes there!

The adolphe tenor certainly holds its own sound-wise when compared to more modern tenors! Looks to be smaller in bore though than modern saxes.
Geez the sopranino curvy is cute, you could play that one just about anywhere (though if soprano intonation is hard to get right, how bad would the curved sopranino be?)
That conn-o-sax sounds very flute-like in its upper register when played softly...nice! More sop sax/oboe down lower.
I'd love one of those slide saxes to play around with :p
Wow...that trumpet sax was crazy, loved the mute lever!

Cheers,

Dave
 

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THAT IS crazy! I liked the trumpet sax too! I wonder if it is possible to buy those anymore!
 

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And the winner is: Conn O Sax! Runner-up: the bass taragato.
 
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