I don't know the brand - it could be a local Aussie make. A late friend of mine had an identical one. It seemed to me to be essentially made of drum parts and is heavy. My friend's stand cradled his baritone beautifully and firmly at exactly the correct angle and height for playing on the stand.But the stand has to make it a great deal. :lol: Does anyone know what make it is? K&M? It actually looks pretty solid, unlike some of the stuff out there.
Yes that quite made my day, could be some pitch issues playing that way. I can just imagine the thread here at SOTW....someone playing that setup with a terrible sound and getting all sorts of helpful advice about long tones and embouchere development and 3 months later still having problems....frustrated and where to from here questionsI think my favorite part is the fact that the neck is put on inside of the end cap. I don't even know how that's possible.