Is there a significant improvement with Roo pads to warrant getting them put on a new horn, or is this the sax equivalent of getting spinning 20 inch rims on your car?
No point if the original pads are performing well. If the G# starts sticking I'd have a Roo put in, or for any sticking pad for that matter.But if you had a brand new horn with pads that worked correctly, would you put in Roos anyway?
Nope. My tenor and current bari have Precision pads in them, the Alto, the Sop, and the C-Mel all have white Roos.But if you had a brand new horn with pads that worked correctly, would you put in Roos anyway?
So maybe the trademark "Kanga Pads" is available for someone who wants to market "the mother of Roo ®" pads.(I was gently told off before by my friend Curt Altarac to have liberally been using the name Roo Pads ® in the past when I should have used the term Kangaroo pads since Roo Pads ® is a Music Medic product the other Kangaroo pads in the world aren't made by him !).