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I just bought a 1970 Bundy I tenor last night. This horn really blows the walls down. It has an effortless low Bb and a nice bright punchy tone, really a whole lot nicer than its label would indicate (or lack thereof, it was one of the slikscreen printed logo Bundys, and that's long since worn off). The tone this thing has probably explains it's appearance. It is the very definition of a "player's horn." Nothing at all to look at, great to play.

Here's the surprise. There are NO resonators on any of the pads, just a tiny rivet keeping the middle of the pads from sagging.

If resos really make all that much of a difference, this sax should be a dog, but it's far from it. It's really making me wonder here...
 
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