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Nayjoks Saxophone Tone Boosters

Posted by rheuben on July 21, 2020

This Sax Tone Booster is also known as the “Hollywood Tone Booster” I think because no one could spell Naujoks.. They have a great response and have been used by many of the great saxophone players of all time….

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Mouthpiece Position on the Soprano Saxophone:

Posted by rheuben on July 19, 2020

Mouthpiece Position on the Soprano Saxophone: It is very important that the mouthpiece be pushed in or down on the neck cork a good amount for the soprano to play properly… this will of course vary a little but most players do not push the mouthpiece on the cork far enough.. The length of the […]

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Good Practice time is the answer!

Posted by rheuben on July 16, 2020

Kenny still practices every day from 8am to 11am…. I have visited him at many concerts and he is practicing between sound check and the show… you must put in the itme….. There is no equipment or magic that replaces good practice time! It is very important to remember that good practice habits are the […]

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Kenny G Saxophone family

Posted by rheuben on July 14, 2020

The Kenny G Saxophone family members enjoy many specials available only to them…. take advantage of these specials… go to the home page and join… it is simple!

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Good Repairman in US

Posted by rheuben on July 13, 2020

If you need help and are in the area on tour then you need to see Jim JIM GERMANN Background Jim Germann is a professional woodwind musician, playing flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and saxophone with a degree from Berklee College of Music in composition. While performing as a musician in Los Angeles, Jim worked with Oleg Garbuzov, repairing […]

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Grizzle’s Woodwind Shop

Posted by rheuben on July 11, 2020

I will be posting place I think are good to have you instruments check if you are on the road…. If that ever happens again! Where do you work and how long have you worked there? I am the owner of Grizzle’s Woodwind Shop, located in Lawrenceville, Georgia. After receiving my Master’s in clarinet performance from […]

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Kenny G Saxophone family

Posted by rheuben on July 10, 2020

Again, we really want you to join our family of saxophone players… you can join even if you do not paly the saxophone… or if you just like saxophone music….. again, just email me at rheuben.akge @gmail.com and tell us a little about yourself…. you will be entered in our mailing list and sxophone drawing…. […]

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Tea Kittle Reg. Pip

Posted by rheuben on July 9, 2020

Tales of a Woodwind Repairman 7.9.20: This is what was called the “Tea Kittle” register tube that Selmer had for a while…. It had two holes in the register pip.. both oblong… this really helped clear up the A above the staff on both altos and tenors… really good for the tenor…. I do not […]

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Stay in touch with Kenny G Saxophones

Posted by rheuben on July 8, 2020

Now that Kenny is not on the road playing concerts we cannot have the Kenny & Me contest… So, we have an alternate drawing… if you want to join our mailing list for Kenny G Saxophones you will be entered in a drawing for a Kenny G soprano saxophone to be help on Dec. 10, […]

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Saxophone BS is out of control in the US

Posted by rheuben on July 7, 2020

Everybody has a new saxophone out today… They all claim they design them, or re-work them in the US….. but if you really look at them, they all look alike and just have different names on them…. It cost me $100,000.00USD for the tooling to set up the Kenny G Professional soprano with the Mark […]

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