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Front View Upper Portion & Neck Right Side
Front View Upper Portion & Neck Right Side
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Bassic Sax

20.10.2020, 13:14

Rudy Wiedoeft

This model of Holton was named after one of America’s earliest saxophone virtuosos: Rudy Wiedoeft. His rise to fame began in the 1910s, when the saxophone was still in its infancy as a musical instrument.

Wiedoeft’s primary horn was the C melody sax. However, he did some recordings and performances on alto and soprano. It is doubtful that he ever really used the model named after him. (Hits: 4083)
Rudy Wiedoeft Alto (44)
Alto 33227, Alto 34257, Alto 35xxx, Alto 5131
Rudy Wiedoeft Soprano (13)
Soprano 32946
Rudy Wiedoeft Tenor (22)
Tenor 36742, Tenor 40218

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1928 Holton Wiedoeft Ad
1928 Holton Wiedoeft Ad (Bassic Sax)
Rudy Wiedoeft
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Low C Keys
Low C Keys (Bassic Sax)
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