Re: 1944 CG Conn Naked Lady tenor sax low pitch
I am not sure what he does, but advise to the wiser - unless you really know your stuff, I would stay away from steve's advise - most of it is crap - similair to the rest of his services. He doe sahve some good stuff, but not all of it is. You know, he once took in a customers horn, did about 800 bucks of damage to it, then wouldn't give it back until the police got involved - several months later. Another time, a customer sent in a soprano for work - with the mouthpiece in the case, and he sends back the same case, but with a different sax and different mouthpiece.