Re: Langenus T-Sax
This sounds odd, the school horn is longer, but higher pitched? Usually a longer horn is lower...
I would say if you don't like the sound, don't buy it.
You're right, there are C-melody horns that look a lot like a tenor, but they are smaller, so when you play a C, it sounds like a C on the piano. Playing a C on a Bb tenor sounds like a Bb on the piano.
I don't know anything about Langenus, maybe someone else can help with that. I am personally very leary if it's a brand I haven't heard before. But if people on this site support it, I take that as a good sign.