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I've got a silver series III tenor that I picked up a few months ago. It's a great playing horn, but I'm having a issue with the position of the left hand pinky table (low Bb, b, c and g sharp keys). These keys are positioned at an outward angle and I always find them getting in my way when I'm playing arpeggios and passages. I played my friends Series III and his is setup the same way. When I play my VI I don't have these issues because the table is in a different position on that horn.

Has anyone else had this issue with the III tenor? If so, is there any way to adjust it or does it have to be bent and reconfigured into place? I love the horn, but this is one issue that I can't seem to play around very easily. Any input is appreciated!

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Get rid of it or get used to it. Really.
 
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