I only have one truly antique saxophone and it is a very rare Eb Sopranino Saxophone made by Buffet, probably sometime in 1910 or 1920. I used to play it many years ago and it has a very interesting and unique sound because it plays in a very high range (above a Bb soprano saxophone), but it needs a complete overhaul so nowadays I use it more as a museum piece.
I also have a couple of Albert system clarinets and bass clarinet that are also antique, probably from the late 1800’s. Albert system was a totally different fingering system for the clarinet than the modern day clarinets which is the Boehm system.
Several cultures have managed to influence the way the guitar is played in times gone by. Today, there are various ways of playing the guitar. Learners need to understand the various playing styles available so as to be able to choose a suitable guitar style. It is highly recommended to avoid monotonous tendencies by learning various styles of play. Undoubtedly, you stand to gain more impressive recognitions among friends and colleagues when you learn to play in varying guitar styles.
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