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  • lschomlschom

    Very good

    Buffet Crampon Saxophone BarytonPublished on 03/11/14 at 07:54
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Baritone buffet crampon is an exceptional instrument, a super neat bill, assemblies of high quality, ease of emission and exemplary accuracy.
    Obviously, facing Selmer, it has aged, especially mechanically speaking against the SIII.
    But it remains an instrument grain and beautiful sound.
  • maxsaxmaxsax

    Buffet Crampon Saxophone BarytonPublished on 11/29/06 at 11:26
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I possde baritone is a Super Dynaction 1961.
    It's a beautiful bagpipe, I had the chance to acqurir there prs 4 years in a state of incredible freshness, 400.00 for two. The original varnish is Submitted 99.5%, only a few spots at the link jar / body. The baritone is fitted to the F # cls and the serious (an option the era, I think), and a system that allows to set a short picnic for the game sitting (my back is happy!).
    The silent perfectly playable instrument in the purchase and I acknowledge having compltement cracked on the softness and smoothness of the sound of the baritone. I jou long enough with a spout mtal (Berg Larsen) before moving to an open enough bonito (OttoLink 9), relat…
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    I possde baritone is a Super Dynaction 1961.
    It's a beautiful bagpipe, I had the chance to acqurir there prs 4 years in a state of incredible freshness, 400.00 for two. The original varnish is Submitted 99.5%, only a few spots at the link jar / body. The baritone is fitted to the F # cls and the serious (an option the era, I think), and a system that allows to set a short picnic for the game sitting (my back is happy!).
    The silent perfectly playable instrument in the purchase and I acknowledge having compltement cracked on the softness and smoothness of the sound of the baritone. I jou long enough with a spout mtal (Berg Larsen) before moving to an open enough bonito (OttoLink 9), related to the intensity and nuances diffrent accepting this sax.
    Bass, trs malables and accessible are all wonderful and frankly the record mdium and acute sounds with as much ease to the ground, which is somewhat a limited accuracy, while in more hazardous the directory today, which gives pride to the effects tongue and breath, baryron was brilliant.
    Only downside, the relative fragility of this instrument rclame and requires special care and a rigid tuit (which is ending for, but it's expensive TRS).
    A sudden sr an investment that has no regrets
    Max
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