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Yeah it's pretty well done. I just don't get his comments (around 10:00) about the G down to E being " no-man's land" and "gurgle city"? Unless a horn has a really bad leak in the upper stack or palms these are just about the most stable notes there are on any sax I've ever played/owned. Maybe it's just me but the touchy notes on tenor for me have always been G2 & G#2.

Sax Alley does a lot of Eastman horns these days so I'm sure they'll get a few of these in at some point. I'll drive up to Windsor (which used to be closer to "no-man's land than any G on sax ) and try one.
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