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Rampone Et Cazzani Ténor Jazz R1
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maxsax maxsax
Publié le 11/30/06 à 08:23
Value For Money : Poor
Instruments products for many years of TRS by that manufacturer Alps have long suffered from poor reputable. If it could be justified in the past is no longer the case in recent years the company has returned to the quality.
The range of R & C saxophones trs Toff, even offering a Saxello MODEL, an alto is straight.
This leaves the quality is REALLY scotch stamp and the grain possde tnor I rcemment acquired. With a bore larger than a Selmer - if you compare my Mark VII, it is true a fair bit - you enter straight into a sound of Aesthetics indniable personality. Of course, it's business and everyone got Contents will not find so much enthusiasm, but we can not remain indiffrent this projection capacity, this ergonomic treats (I'm sorry just my tnor has no cl High F #) and the grain can recall the sound of an era of beautiful Conn. The look and finish as silver also.
Ct critical welds can be criticized just a little - so fragile - and liege Mount synthetic origin on the jar, to be replaced before all things. This sax, purchased about 2 500.00 deuxime hand, comes in a silent tui trs fine, but a relative efficiency plutt Nanmoins, I do not regret this buy a little "heart shot", which gives me a reasonable sum for a quality alternative to expensive Selmer Japanese and insipid. A must try before breaking the bank
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