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Checking a sax for leaky keys by eastharlemghost
First, check the pads. Then, if you have a sax light, check to see if you have any leaks. You can do this simple procedure yourself. Check above the F key, there should be two adjustment screws on a long rod... see them? This adjustment is easy to do. Run the light into the top of your horn and settle it where the F and G# are. Now, hold down and open, repeat with either your lower Bb or ...

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