My First Time With The CMO

As a saxophone player the opportunity doesn’t present itself very often to perform with a symphony. Last weekend I got to do just that as Canada’s Beatles tribute act performed live with the Chilliwack Metropolitan Orchestra—the CMO—at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre. The Fab Fourever are an accomplished group of performers…

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Légère reeds + the Olds Super = intonation problems

I have been using premium synthetic reeds exclusively since 1998. Why? Simply put, because I double in most bands that I play in, and can’t be worried about getting my reed wet before putting the sax or clarinet to my lips and blowing my first note. This is especially true…

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The Olds Super tenor sax is home

The Olds Super tenor after pics & playing update (well sort of) In all the drama that has been going on around here regarding the transfer of my website, I have let many things slide. I have a long list of article topics that I have been wanting to write…

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Olds Super Tenor: A Progress Report

My Olds Super tenor as been at David’s shop for just over a couple of weeks now, and he is working hard at restoring this beauty to its original glory. Before David took it apart, I noodled around on the horn as best as I could for him, demonstrating the…

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A Quickie Update On The Latest Happenings

Hi folks. Nope, I haven’t fallen into a well. I’m not waiting for Lassie to come and save my ass. It has been nearly a month since I wrote an article, so I thought I should briefly explain why, and what’s going on. Update on moving Bassic Sax In the…

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