Well, most people call these saxophone tone boosters the “Hollywood Tone Booster” mostly because no one could spell Naujoks… back in the day Bill Naujoks, Gleen Johnson and Mac worked on most of the woodwinds in Los Angeles This Sax Tone Booster is also known as the “Hollywood Tone Booster” I think because no one… Continue reading Naujoks Saxohone tone Boosters
Mouthpiece Position on the Soprano Saxophone: It is very important that the mouthpiece be pushed in or down on the neck cork a good amount for the soprano to play properly… this will of course vary a little but most players do not push the mouthpiece on the cork far enough.. The length of the… Continue reading Soprano Saxophone Mouthpiece placement
Good Practice time is the answer! There is no equipment or magic that replaces good practice time! It is very important to remember that good practice habits are the only thing that will really improve your playing. New instruments can be great, new mouthpiece can be great but in the end you must practice… it… Continue reading Good Practice time is the answer!
If you love the baritone then you need to listen to Jack Nimitz! Tales of a Woodwind Repairman 7.14.20: I have been very lucky to have had many great clients over the years (too many to name them all) …. I will tell stories about many of them in future Tales… Jack Nimitz Well, Jack… Continue reading Jack Nimitz
I have a few repairmen that I can recommend when you are back on the road again…. wishful thinking on my part….. JIM GERMANN Background Jim Germann is a professional woodwind musician, playing flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and saxophone with a degree from Berklee College of Music in composition. While performing as a musician in Los Angeles,… Continue reading Good Repairman Post #1