Jay Corre was one of my early sax heroes. My older brother is a drummer and that Buddy Rich album he did was playing all the time at my house. Really great to see he is still going.I'm just gonna leave this here. It's Jay Corre and the gold plated Crescent. Later that day James Archer stopped by and had an equally big grin. He is part of the CEWinds group which subsequently marketed what was the same design, looking like the Yanagisawa 99x.
The sax sold later that year to a jr high student and was fully approved by the finicky arse band teacher who previously only allowed Selmer etc. It came back to me for one adjustment and that was it. It looked like it was going to hold up fine but for the pads and corks with upgrades available before being sent out.
Palo put out a nice horn for $900.