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ok - tell the truth: more time reading sax on the web, or more time reading - and playing - music?

personally - a lot more time surfing here - its easy, its quiet, its amusing & it doesn't remind me of my shortcomings

if I spent the time practising that I spend here I'd be a whole lot better sax player - but I wouldn't read so many bad jokes....

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I can always sneak in a little SOTW while at work. It's hard to sneak in a little tenor playing. Others tend to notice that. I know. I've tried.....
 

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I don't read and write in SOTW as much as I play the sax :eek: .
It's more interesting to play than to read about playing and I want to get better, so I don't waste (sorry) my time here when I can play the sax.
Mostly I'm here after 8 p.m. when it's not permitted to be loud in the apartement.
 

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Livia said:
I don't read and write in SOTW as much as I play the sax :eek: .
It's more interesting to play than to read about playing and I want to get better, so I don't waste (sorry) my time here when I can play the sax.
Mostly I'm here after 8 p.m. when it's not permitted to be loud in the apartement.
I second this!

At first (as a true beginner and a late bloomer!) I've been a lot in SOTW looking for specific information. Now, I occasionally browse the posts (late at night) for some interesting discussions on: mpc, overtones, practicing tips, jazz improvisation, altissimo, ... and for the jokes (of course).

All in all, I've always enjoyed the time I took at this lovely "living" room; thanks!
 
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