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hey there!

Can you guys tell me if this is a real stencil? looks like a T5 without the f#. Already asked for more pics...

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Really hard to tell from those pictures but I'd guess aT500 or T800 both of which are great horns...
 

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I have the Whitehall in Alto, which is a Yanagisawa stencil. Great playing alto. On the back under the thumb hook it should have stamped T-5, followed by the Yanagisawa symbol and Japan followed by the serial number.
 

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I have the Whitehall in Alto, which is a Yanagisawa stencil. Great playing alto. On the back under the thumb hook it should have stamped T-5, followed by the Yanagisawa symbol and Japan followed by the serial number.
The stamping on T5s was not consistent. My tenor had only a “5” engraved.
 

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Joao I beleive that that one is a T4


There are lots of variations out there

I just have bought a A5 ( with F sharp ).

It is a Yanagisawa made vor Schenkelaars but it bears no model name at al , it does have the Yanagisawa serial number consistent for 1979.



 
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