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I recently worked on an unusual alto saxophone with the name AmatiKraslice engraved on the bell. It needed quite a bit of work, but it seemed to be pretty well made. It was quite heavy and had the bell key mechanisms of the old Bueschers and a LH pinky table shaped much like a Martin I believe. The reason I am posting this is when I play tested the sax, it knocked my socks off.
A beautiful even scale from top to bottom, a nice warm rich tone, and excellent intonation throughout the range. Has anyone else ever heard of or played one of these saxes made in the Czech Republic? One more time, I was taught the lesson to 'never judge a book..' This was obviously one of the earlier student models. I went to their website and they have several models above the equivalent of this one.
I would really like to try one of their more professional models, if the student horns play that well. Download robozou hacked all characters unlocked on mario. Oh, I can tell you a lot about Amati saxophones. First, Amati was a 'nationalized' company that was made up of bits and pieces of other Czech (Markneukirchen) companies that were around pre-WWII. The fun part about that is that some Amatis used full bodies -- and sometimes keywork an/or model names, too -- from Kohlert, Julius Keilwerth models and probably other manufacturers. I think I've got some pictures: *. There are pics of full-on Keilwerth models in here, as well as 'Amati-assembled' horns with their own serial numbers.
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*, which has a Kohlert serial number. If we go by when Amati was created (1945-1948), this would be one of the very first horns from Amati. *, which was also stenciled as the King Lemaire. This was student-quality and wholly made by Amati. There seems to have been at least one or two models after the Amati Toneking models and before the Classic Super, but I've not been able to get pics: I've just heard of them.