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SOTW has arranged for an interview with Rampone and Cazzani.
http://www.ramponecazzani.it/static/english/index.htm

If you have any questions (e.g. serial numbers, current model lines, earlier designs, stencils, etc) please post here or forward to me by PM.

Thanks very much!
 

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Neil,

Looking forward to the interview as the proud owner of a R&C R1 soprano.

I guess I would be curious as to the inspiration for the R1 and R1 jazz series of horns. They have a real vintage vibe to the sound. What was their thought process during the development of them?

How many horns a year do they make? What's the breakout of sopranos, altos, tenors, and baritones.

Have they ever done a bass sax and do they have plans to do one?

Do they have any plans to push into the U.S. market more aggressively?
 

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1) Can they tell us about the history and production run of R&C C Melody saxes ? (see recent SOTW thread)

2) What types of saxes out of the normal SATB run have they produced over the years ?

3) What efforts have they made, and are they making, to develop a list of serial numbers for the R&C saxes
 

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Why the coice of non-ribbed construction? Will R&C saxes that are made today be as durable as Selmers? BTW, hatts off that they make their genuinely own brand of saxes and not Selmer clones. Thanks!
 
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