These sites may interest you
Saxforum.nl (a dutch forum)
ada-ict.nl (The company I work for)
The soul-, disco-, funkband I play in.
The bigband I play in.
Check out this site if you're looking for a band coach (and live in The Netherlands *:0).
Check in on Saxquest. They have a nice collection of horns and mouthpieces.
This is Steve Fowlers site, known as a great contributor on the saxophone netgroups. Have a look.
His site features Repair-pricelists, Pro-instrument, a lot of really handy links for all wind-players
This is Steve Goodsons site, he helped me a lot with this site. When you visite, don't forget to click on tunes. That man can really play (IMHO).
My serialnr list is based on a copy he publishes on his site. Also he contributed the story on the history of Martin
He was one of the first to offer me help, I thank him for that.
This is the place where I bought my Martin Years ago. It's the site of a really
good dutch saxophone shop. Simply called "De Saxofoonwinkel" (dutch for Saxophoneshop).
They are located in Deventer, about 70 miles east of Amsterdam.
They suplied some pictures for this site, and I've been invited to come and have a look at what they got on Martin. (They seem to have a book (which contains data) on Martin, also they possess some original garanty certificates, and of course they have a lot of Martins to photograph (maybe even play)).
This is a site, where you can find alot on vintage horns, also if you're in te market for
a nice axe, have a look.
They claim to be one of the biggest Martin enthusiast/vintage retailers on the web.
They gave me some really nice looking pictures of a The Martin Bari.
Mitch was one of the first to react on the questions I posted at alt.music.saxophone.
Currently I'm using the pictures of his Handcraft on my site.
He is a woodworker specialized in creating Mission and Craftsman Style furniture and accessories
Sax on the web offer lots of info on the saxophone, also it offers some sort of discussion group on saxophone, you can read discussions on all topics you can imagine and more. All nicely arranged. Man this must have been a hell of a job.
Not as big as the forum on saxontheweb, but it a nice community of dutch and belgian saxophone enthousiats..
If you're dutch and working for one of the (larger)softwarehouses, or thinking about changing jobs
maybe it's wise to take a look at the site of ADA Software & Services B.V.
It surely changed my live working for them, after a year of working at C.M.G.