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Keilwerth saxes (S/A/T), Selmer clarinets (S/B), Altus Azumi flute
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As @Saxophone Strange says above: listen more. Also, learn to "transcribe" solos by playing along with the recordings. This forces you to listen very carefully and repeatedly so that you pick up on the subtle things (e.g., scoops, bends, subtleties in articulations, accents, vibrato, ghosting, etc.).

From your description of your situation, what you almost certainly don't need is another technique book or a collection of printed patterns and licks.
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