What Kind Of Car Does A Bass Sax Player Need?

Thanks goes to Randy Emerick, who a few days ago reminded me about this great video. I had seen it when it came out, and meant to write about it then, but for some reason forgot. Well as they say, better late than never. Enjoy…

…this is just my blog. My “real” website is www.bassic-sax.info. If you’re looking for sax info, you should check it out too.There’s lots there!

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Helen Kahlke is a professional horn player and sax teacher who lives in Abbotsford, British Columbia. She plays soprano, alto, C melody, tenor, baritone, and bass saxophones.

One Comment:

  1. Helen,

    I was a bit surprised that they got it to fit with the passenger seat folded forward.

    Pro Tip™:

    It is usually safer and more secure to recline the back of the passenger seat as necessary, poke the lighter end of the case through the door and up towards the ceiling, then slide the heavy end into the space where the passenger’s feet would be. The seat belt can then often be used to keep it from sliding around and becoming a driving hazard. 😉

    I learned this from a string bass player who owned a VW “beetle”.



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