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adolphe edouard sax

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    Adolphe Edouard Sax Model Breakdown

    Linky. By feature set, of course. AE Sax didn't have model names, as far as I'm aware. It looks like AE Sax had the reduced-keywork, no roller horns available from about 1907 until around when Selmer bought them in 1928. From what I can see, there was a menu of available options: * A...
  2. Left Side by Side

    Left Side by Side

    Left: Adolphe Sax on left Right: Conn New Wonder, Series II C Melody
  3. Righ Side by Side

    Righ Side by Side

    Left: Adolphe Sax on left Right: Conn New Wonder, Series II C Melody
  4. Bells & Left Hand Keys

    Bells & Left Hand Keys

    The Conn (front) has a front F key, while the Adolphe Sax horn does not
  5. Necks Left Side

    Necks Left Side

    Top: Conn New Wonder, Series II C Melody Bottom: Adolphe Sax on left
  6. Necks Right Side

    Necks Right Side

    Top: Conn New Wonder, Series II C Melody Bottom: Adolphe Sax on left
  7. Neck Right Side

    Neck Right Side

  8. Neck Left Side

    Neck Left Side

  9. Right Hand Keys

    Right Hand Keys

  10. Front View Mid Section

    Front View Mid Section

  11. Left Hand Keys

    Left Hand Keys

  12. Right Thumb Rest

    Right Thumb Rest

  13. Low Eb Key Guard

    Low Eb Key Guard

  14. Octave Lever

    Octave Lever

  15. Octave Mechanism

    Octave Mechanism

  16. Left Side Lower Portion

    Left Side Lower Portion

  17. Bell to Body Support Brace

    Bell to Body Support Brace

  18. Left Pinkie Cluster

    Left Pinkie Cluster

  19. Left Side Mid Section

    Left Side Mid Section

  20. Left Side Upper Portion with Neck in Socket

    Left Side Upper Portion with Neck in Socket

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