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I was actually in the office with Alex Hsieh (CEO of P.Mauriat) when that clip came through (I went over to meet the team as part of becoming their first Australasian endorser) and we were both suitably impressed. Let's not forget that Mornington would sound good on any horn but I think it's a great mark of respect that he's putting his name behind P.Mauriat. I had picked out a
66R some 2 days previously from a bunch of 10 or so. They all played great but this one stood out in certain respects. Something about those rolled tone holes I guess. I am, like a lot of those guys, ditching the Selmer (1952 SBA Tenor in my case) I don't know what they've done exactly but they've come up with a gutsy free blowing Tenor that blows my SBA away.

Top respect to them.

Alex
 
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