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Ive got this great tenor at the house that I'm selling for some people...

I've been making the usual videos showing how the horn plays(and wow!! I wish I could afford this horn!!)...i felt my D finger bumping into something.....I tightened up my technique so that wouldnt happen,and didnt give it much thought....today i decided to see what the problem was(i mean,you dont exactly look at your right hand while playing,do you??) and its a bridge between the D and E key

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i thought it was a little trill key a first and started experimenting using it as a key....Ill be darned...its a tight little alternate fingering...only useful application I can find for it is a quick jump back and forth between F and D....

Anyone else ever fool with this???

the horn,coincidentally IS amazing...im posting on Ebay today,and will provide a link
 

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