Well I've had mine a couple of years now and it's not really changed as it is already chemically aged, however if you go for the normal bare brass finish over time that will age.Kingsax,
I see you have a vintage bare brass horn. Will the finish get darker or develop a patina as it ages? I'm kind of leaning towards the vintage bare brass. Also, how do you like the horn over all?
To borrow from the words of Winston Churchill, the entire Asian-made rebranded saxophone industry is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma. I sometimes wonder if the rebranders and distributors themselves even know.why does it say "P. Mauriat Factory Tenor." Right under "Phil Barone "Classic" Tenor...
Terrific deal on a great horn and a fantastic finish. I ordered mine over a year ago new from Phil and it came from New York to Australia in 7 days.swperry1,
Thanks for the heads up! I just snatched up that horn! Honey gold lacquer was what I really wanted. Saved some money too. I'll have enough for a mouthpiece now.
The seller does that to get extra hits from people searching for P. Mauriat horns.Not to distract from the Original Post, but why does it say "P. Mauriat Factory Tenor." Right under "Phil Barone "Classic" Tenor...
Well, that makes more sense. Thanks G.The seller does that to get extra hits from people searching for P. Mauriat horns.