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I was looking at used tenor saxophones, and saw one with at winged guitar logo on it. Seller says that it is a unknown brand. It is a silver plated tenor - I suspect it is chinese.

Anyone who recognize the logo?

I dont known if it is a brand logo or a stencil.
 

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I don't recognize the logo but it does look like a generic Chinese sax. Don't be swayed by the Yanagisawa case or two necks -- most likely its a poor quality sax.
 

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I don't recognize the logo but it does look like a generic Chinese sax. Don't be swayed by the Yanagisawa case or two necks -- most likely its a poor quality sax.
I admit it. I was a bit swayed.

How did you find out about the case and two necks?
 

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Well, I got the answer. And I dont know if it was wrong of me, to post a picture from the seller - without permission.
 

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What a strange, now pointless thread...
Which is why it is against the forum rules to edit a post in such a way that it makes nonsense of a thread and wastes people’s time.
Which brings up a slightly off topic question, Pete. Is there a way to completely remove a post or thread one has started short of asking the admin to do it?

I ask because I started one some time ago and only got one response then tried remove it and the associated picture I had posted and found I couldn't remove the images.
 

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Which brings up a slightly off topic question, Pete. Is there a way to completely remove a post or thread one has started short of asking the admin to do it?

I ask because I started one some time ago and only got one response then tried remove it and the associated picture I had posted and found I couldn't remove the images.
Thats a good question. I thought about that too!
 

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Can't you 'edit' the post and simply delete all the content? You may have to enter something but 'ntext' has been used in the past.
 

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I dont know, but dont think so. There would still be comments from others and then it would make even more nonsense - I guess. And I would really get it trouble then!
 
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