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C#, cause you just have to blow [no fingers]

C, because it's the concert tuning note [middle finger, left hand]

G, because it's easy to remember and play, especially if you played another type of sax before, like the Alto [pointer, middle, + ring fingers, left hand]

Generally, G, A, B, C, andC# are the easiest and most commonly used in "basic" music. [B= pointer finger, left hand. A= pointer + middle finger, left hand]

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I would say an F or low B flat in first position

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