yeah sounds logical..a lot of people complain about this and it is something that indadvertedly the player does. All saxophones produce condensation but if you hold the saxophone leaning to the left with the bow lifted on the right , the condensation will find , in most modern saxophones, his way out hold the sax straight in front of you and this won't happen. A lot of people have this when they change their horn from one design to another. A friend bought a alto from me and she thinks that a cork is missing..........I have explained her, she doesn't understand.....It happened recently to me because I changed from my Super 20 to a Buffet S1 for a while.
I had this when i changed from a buffet to a selmer.. and a short while when transferring from selmer (sa80II) to my cannonball...