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Play them both. Either they are sufficiently different that you鈥檒l have a preference, or you cannot tell them apart and it won鈥檛 matter.

Between those two, it鈥檚 Selmer for me. I owned a III shortly after they came out, and played it for several years in big band and classical quartet settings (using Barone Hollywood and Jazz for big band, and Morgan 6C for classical). I much prefer the Selmer core.
 

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Play them both. Either they are sufficiently different that you'll have a preference, or you cannot tell them apart and it won't matter.

Between those two, it's Selmer for me. I owned a III shortly after they came out, and played it for several years in big band and classical quartet settings (using Barone Hollywood and Jazz for big band, and Morgan 6C for classical). I much prefer the Selmer core.
I am so slow to post, but I completely agree with George. (Except that I use 10E for jazz and a Selmer Concept for classical.)
 
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