I’ve been happily using my Gard “Trolley” bag for baritone for more 2 years and I couldn’t be happier with it. This bag has saved me countless trips to and from my car or the band bus, it has made my playing life so very much easier without having to carry around a heavy baritone sax case in one hand and all of my accessories in other bags. I use it for both my low A baritone and my Couf Superba low Bb baritone sax with no trouble at all. The bag has done a wonderful job so far, especially with the added pads you can place around the sax yourself within the bag for added protection. To date the baritone Wheelie bag has been fantastic, especially so since my open heart surgery this past October. If I had to actually carry this horn around without the Wheelie bag I would have to give up playing! So far the bag is not showing very much wear and tear under heavy usage.
Brian Axelrod studied music and woodwinds with Bill Scheiner in the Bronx NY in the early 1960′s. He then went on to study with a very well known teacher named Joseph Allard of Julliard fame. After studying with Joseph Allard, he studied with another very well respected teacher named Joe Napoleon of the famous Napoleon family of musicians. For most of the 1960′s, he played at many musical venues including rock bands, big bands, Latin bands etc.
To date, some of the well known bands he has performed with include the following:
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