Somebody has to to try I suppose.Reedsplinter said:Surely Jim Schmidt qualifies as a "custom" sax maker, don't you think? His instruments are completely unique. And unavailable to you and me!
Interesting and clever, and maybe even better as he claims, but what a nut.
As long as he knows it's a hobby fine, but if he seriously thinks for more than a minute that his design will overcome decades of momentum get traction he's certainly a nut. Figures that he lives in California.