sangrain wrote:As you reminisced, I could see you playing. It was something surreal.
I say go for it. Don't wait another minute. Go. Get that Sax, you twisted, passionate artisan.
Write, draw, make music. Let it intoxicate you. Do it all because you can.
Let your spirit soar, and only ever pause to laugh with pure glee.
Bring the awesome as your fans revel in the presence of pure brilliance.
May you awaken the neighbors.
BlurredSavant wrote:Sandy, I have this sneaking suspicion that you're making fun of me.
Nah wrote:I bought some (actually too many) instruments, recently. (Ebay)
Mostly very cheap one under $50. And they usually require some adjustment or minor repair.
But some were dirt cheap yet perfectly playable or even brand new.
You have to be lucky or spend time to win a good one at low price, though.
As long as you bid on a cheap instrument, it doesn't cost a lot.
And very interesting to compare different models.
Only problem I have is that I'm running out of the space to keep my instruments (and boxes and cases) and running out of time to take care of them (polishing, adjusting, repairing and restoration), and most importantly, playing them.
sangrain and JT, why I am feeling very grateful that I didn’t go to high school with you two?
I found a used sax on eBay for $99, with free shipping. The add says it plays like new, so if that's true this would be an excellent deal. Of course, I've established that I can't really buy one now, as I have nowhere to play it. I could always hold onto it for use at a later date, but it would drive me mad, to look at it and not be able to play it.
tentative wrote:Think about all the fun you've missed!
It's downright shameful.
AnitaS wrote:sangrain and JT, why I am feeling very grateful that I didn’t go to high school with you two?
Nah, just curious, how many different instruments do you play?Nah wrote:Only problem I have is that I'm running out of the space to keep my instruments (and boxes and cases) and running out of time to take care of them (polishing, adjusting, repairing and restoration), and most importantly, playing them.
tentative wrote:Yes dear, you're right. I'm ashamed. I just remember another website far far away where you scared the living hell out of me. It made no difference what I said, you one-upped me every time.
sangrain wrote:It's just that under that petite, unassuming, exterior - by the way, I'm talking about you, Anita, not Tent - lies a dangerous firecracker (have you met rainey? Did you guys go to high school together?). Anyway, thanks for, yet again, gracing us with your presence. You classed up the joint (why are you snickering, Tent?). Now I can rest easy ... with one eye open, while standing, with my back against the wall, whistling Dixie, just in case.
Now if only we could get sangrain to upload that vid of him whistling Dixie, maybe Blurred and/or Nah could be persuaded to accompany him…?
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