Correctly dating a beuscher alto sax

Objectively I would say they are better constructed horns. I am playing a Jody Jazz HR 9* with Rigotti nr 3 reed’s.

But after some time, sometimes only minutes, I get bored on them. Again I tried many known brand’s, different models ... it’s a new, modern horn but it really makes me think of vintage horns. Before I know it I am playing some fast bebopish rhythm change’s. I tried my other favorite tenor mouthpiece a Lebayle 8* Jazz, sounds great to.

About Hannah A former Purcell School pupil, Hannah graduated with first-class honours from the Royal Academy of Music, where she studied both saxophone and clarinet.

Numerous awards, including a major scholarship from the Leverhulme Trust, enabled her to continue her conservatoire studies in Paris, with international soloist, Jean-Yves Fourmeau. She has performed with the UK’s leading orchestras, including the London Symphony Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra, BBC Concert Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Royal Northern Sinfonia and London Concert Orchestra.

Playing with a real drummer is always a good test for a horn!