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Rear View Upper Portion
Rear View Upper Portion
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Bassic Sax

28.01.2021, 04:39


According to Dave Kessler, whose shop was an authorized B&S dealer, the 2001 Series and Medusa were pretty much the identical horns. This is how he described them on the Kessler & Sons website:

The B&S Series 2001 is the predecessor to the Medusa. For the tenor sax, the body tube is the identical design to the Medusa. There are only a few minor differences in key design. Here are the few differences we have been able to identify:

                             Series 2001             Medusa (Series 2006)
Low C/D# Cluster 2 Separate Rods     1 Split Rod Mechanism
LH C#-B Rollers    2 Separate Rollers   1 Roller, 1 Tilting Connector Roller (Hits: 1767)
Alto (118)
Alto 015517, Alto 015959, Alto 015XXX, Alto 016466, Alto Serial # ?, Alto Serial # ?, Alto Serial #: ?, Alto Serial #: ?, Goldbrass Classic Alto 015779, Goldbrass Classic Alto 016050 ...
Baritone (18)
Baritone 015XXX, Baritone Serial #: ?
Tenor (71)
Goldbrass Classic Tenor 015591, Goldbrass Classic Tenor 015689, Goldbrass Classic Tenor 015712, Tenor Serial # ?, Tenor Serial # ?, Tenor Serial #: ?, Tenor Serial #: ?

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