That's a little dismissive of members here, some of whom can look at a sax and recognize particular parts and often peg the model, the factory, and other pertinent details.Thanks everyone, I don't know if a picture would help because it looks like any other saxophone (appears to be an alto) but serial numbers often help with manufactured goods.
Should we assume that you are royalty, or do you have a small animal stuffed in your pants?Thank you loyal SOTW followers. 'We' is first person plural...
It sounds like you know more than all of us, so you may not need to stick around.... and the 're is a contraction for 'we are' and 'A9067435' is an alphanumeric value engraved in the instrument in question and below that is engraved the phrase 'made in Taiwan' which I presumed was identifying the country of origin. Serialized indentifiers are commonly a code that is widely recognized by people familiar with the product so labeled and I asked only if any SOTW members were aware of the code and could - or would - share what they know. For example I am familiar with the English language and freely share knowledge of same, also somewhat familiar with sarcasm which I choose to avoid.
Seemed like such, respectful guy, humble and with a thirst for knowledge. Just hate to see him go..........Should we assume that you are royalty, or do you have a small animal stuffed in your pants?
It sounds like you know more than all of us, so you may not need to stick around.
Greetings and goodbye.