Music trends come and go, but brass and woodwind instruments always remain in style. Whether you're playing in a school band or you've simply always wanted to give it a try, learning how to play a brass or woodwind instrument can be a wonderful and fulfilling musical experience. Thankfully, nobody holds that belief stronger than Etude instruments, which is why they go out of their way to provide beautifully crafted brass and woodwind instruments at a cost that's easily affordable to everyone.
High in quality and built to last, Etude instruments remain a go to name for student players because of their easy playability, superb tone and time-honored designs. From flutes and trumpets to violins, trombones and alto saxophones, you can bet that Etude will provide you an instrument that always holds up magnificently, even under countless hours of playing and practice.
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For budding alto saxophonists, the Etude EAS-100 is a perfect choice. From the keywork to the pads, this immaculate horn is constructed using fine metals to ensure superior tone production. Another affordable Etude instrument is the ETR-100 Series Student Bb trumpet. This trumpets generous bore makes it extremely easy for beginners to form accurate notes, and the red brass lead pipe will surely make you heard loudly and clearly, whether you're on stage or in the marching band. In the woodwind department, the Etude Student Series cello is set up flawlessly, looks beautiful and can endure even the toughest student treatment.
Beginners of any instrument deserve to play on equipment that's long lasting and rich in tone, but this especially applies to woodwind and brass instruments. These instruments have a deep and sophisticated history that should be renowned and respected. Etude promises that every instrument you purchase from them has been crafted by admirers of the brass and woodwind families. A lot of heart and soul goes into every Etude instrument made, so you can be sure that the heart and soul you put into your playing will never go unnoticed.