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#beginquote# I have been playing sax for awhile so i decided to buy a used sax (in adition to my tenor), I bought an alto-sax which when i get to the low c and d even E it seems to jump the octive. I cant explain it. Its like every time i try and hit the notes it plays a high c d or e] does anyone have a suggestion on what i should dO? #endquote#
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