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Yamaha YTS-32 purple logo

  • Posted on: 1 May 2018
  • By: Mark

I jus finished a full maintenance check on a purple logo Yamaha YTS-32 tenor saxophone, and thought it might be a good idea share my thoughts on this horn. The Yamaha purple logo horns seem to be the best (from all series and types) and there's a real cult following on this. Why?...... Well : just try one and compare it with a regular sax from the same series. In this case I compared this YTS-32 (after the maintenance check) with an older YTS-62 (no purple logo) from a customer : there's hardly any difference in feel or sound.

Conn 28M Connstallation

  • Posted on: 6 March 2018
  • By: Mark

Wow..... Probably the nicest example of the famous and rare 28M alto saxophone: the best saxophone ever produced by Conn (and probably the best alto ever).  This one is in almost mint condition and it's really worth having a look at the pictures in the attachment, as this is a completely different saxophone design.....

Conn 6M and 10M saxophones

  • Posted on: 23 January 2018
  • By: Mark

MRO saxophones currently has a number of vintage Conn 6M and 10M saxophones, in almost all possible variants. Building years from 1925 until the mid-sixties. The following types are present: New Wonder II 'ChuBerry', Transtional, 6M Transtional, 6M Ladyface, 6M Artist (without ladyface engraving), 28M Connquerer, 10M Ladyface and 10M Artist (without ladyface engraving). Interested? Call, SMS, app or mail for more info !!!

Vintage saxophone case upgrade

  • Posted on: 17 January 2018
  • By: Mark

In collaboration with P & G, MRO saxophones offers a unique service: a professional upgrade of the inside of your (original) vintage suitcase! This allows you to combine the look of your vintage suitcase with a modern, custom-made interior for perfect protection of your instrument.

Selmer serie 9 versus serie 9 star

  • Posted on: 18 November 2017
  • By: Mark

Selmer serie 9 versus serie 9* clarinet :

Both the Selmer serie 9 and serie 9* are professional clarinets for the advanced player. They are not the same but there seems to be lots of confusion and incorrect info on these models.......

Here's some interesting stories about the Selmer serie 9 and Serie 9* clarinet I found on the internet :