Omar, this is the review I was telling you about. I can tell you from experience that having owned one of these "BIG" name cheapies for a few months about 20 years ago (it was a Chinese made Buffet alto) I would have rather gone the route of a vintage Conn.
Ironically enough, I later opted to get a very Conn influenced late 70s Keilwerth alto which was then named the H. Couf Suberba I. Yes, it was a pro stencil horn and it was chosen over a Yamaha 62 and an even nicer silver early Mk VI. I wanted that Conn sound in a modern horn back then and have gone full circle ever since with an early 90s Yanagisawa (more in the vintage Selmer range but still uniquely its own sound).
Thanks a lot for your input... I actually found that same review doing my research about Wisemann sax....
Still, not sure if I should go that way....
anyways, I took the used old sax I have, it is a CONN alright, but it is made in Mexico.....mmmmm, is this one a fake???? I did not know they made some in Mexico....
the number in the backs says: N 41771
I am puzzled, maybe somebody can give me a little more insight about this sax.
Also, it is in pretty rough shape... bad, needs padding, reattach a few keys (they are in the case) and a DEEP cleaning, I try to post pics later...right now, I have to go to work.... Thanks!