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Re: Gabbanelli King dual key

Yeah, that's the one. It says there that it is LMH in the description there, good find

Re: Gabbanelli King dual key

I'm curious how they make the keys B-flat and A with 4 stops at the right side ?
The Falcon have 6 stops and use three of them for key 1 and three of them for key 2 .
That's what I think.

Key A : Notes A, B, C#, D, E, F#, G#, and A
Key Bb/A# : Notes Bb, C, D, D#, F, G. A and Bb

It must be magic to get this done ??
Are there some hidden tunnels there to get the air in the right direction ?
Quite genius :blush:



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