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Winter is coming to a close and all those hours in the shed have taken their toll on your horn. Be good to the one you're with. Get a bit of oil, lube the joints and give it a good cleaning. You will feel better as will your wallet and your sax. We are merely the custodians of these instruments. Most will out live us. Lets leave a legacy behind for those who follow us.
 

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Winter is coming to a close and all those hours in the shed have taken their toll on your horn. Be good to the one you're with. Get a bit of oil, lube the joints and give it a good cleaning. You will feel better as will your wallet and your sax. We are merely the custodians of these instruments. Most will out live us. Lets leave a legacy behind for those who follow us.
Great advice - a spot of care and attention helps to keep things nice and tight, which is the way they ought to be.

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