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Friends, oddities & generally interesting Sax stuff




Leon ‘Chu’ Berry…………………………………
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hear Chu’s 1937 opening solo on
“Chu Berry Jam”

more about Chu……………………………………………….




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Classics:  Cord, Conn Bass Sax, and the “Bass Saxer”, Jonathan Steenstra


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Vintage Sax Ads



Electronic instruments featuring sax (Boehm System) fingerings enable a wind player to access all the capabilities of a computer sound card, tone module or synthesizer.
Left: Casio MIDI Sax
Right: Yamaha WX-11 MIDI Wind Controller


a pic of nearly all of the sax family from America’s Shrine to Music Museum located on the campus of The University of South Dakota at Vermillion. Worth a visit. Follow this link if you can’t get there in person . . . 

Can you name them all?
Which ones are missing? 
 




The unusual Martin ‘Typewriter’ model alto sax has a round pearl button on every key touch. Surprisingly this sax is quite playable!

Left: Lower stack area, 
including right hand palm 
keys & the Eb/low C cluster.

Right: Spatula cluster 
& left hand palm keys

more to come . . .

 


 

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