1931 Martin C-Melody Sax – you’ve seen it before…

The C-Sax Annexe is slowly rising – like Pheonix – from the ashes…
This is just exploring if / how I can integrate pictures from my Flickr sets. Made in the early 30’s, and now (mostly) repadded with cheap Chinese reflector pads – they aren’t that bad – it’s a very useful instrument.
Shame about the ‘up-front and close’ playing position, but that’s the way it was in the Roaring 20’s. I do draw the line at ‘Dapper Dan’ hair gel tho’ 🙂

Click on this link to view the complete set –


(btw, the pictures were taken before the repad…)

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