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She just arrived from Tokyo this morning.
In almost new condition, save a somewhat musty case (which I won’t be using anyway).
This horn plays effortlessly and has a more sedate tone than my 62. Similar lightness of key action but a little closer to the body if you know what I mean (less travel in the keys). The love affair continues…

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Not sure how many Randall’s there would be in Tokyo 🤔 but this was a Ray in any case.
 

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Beautiful! These silver horns are just so special. I've been eyeing off a new YTS62Siii as getting an older one seems near impossible. Did you source this one from eBay?
I initially saw it on eBay but the seller was keen to take the transaction ‘offline’, offering me a better deal and reducing the vultures share.
 

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Nice. I’ve never heard someone claim a thumb hook improves sound but nothing surprises me anymore. Not after I noticed a difference between a harness hook with and without the plastic protector.
I use the Ishimori ones as I find them incredibly comfortable.
 
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