Thoughts? Comment? Preferences?
Perhaps, then, the proper response would have been "My sound doesn't have much character when I play the Yamahas". I've heard plenty of guys with character coming out their *$& when playing them.speyman said:I'm not here to degrade Yamaha players. I'm here to say that the Yamaha Tenors that I played had little charachter in their tone as compared to the 2 Selmers that I own. I have a Ref. 36 and a 1932 Cigar Cutter. I believe that they both have about the same amount of character in their tone and a [email protected] of a lot more than any Yamaha that I've played.
Oy! Let's not get into the "Yamaha are devoid of soul" thing. There are plenty of players who play Yamahas and get good sounds out of them so why not just admit it.speyman said:No Morry, your wrong. That is not the proper response but it is interesting what you have said.
I just believe that anyone would have a better sound if they were playing the Selmer rather than the Yamaha. I'm not saying that all players will sound bad if they are playing the Yamaha but they will sound better with the Selmer. If they were the same price which one would you be playing?Saxplayer1 said:Thoughts? Comment? Preferences?