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Etude EAS-100 Student Alto Saxophone (WWX-ET50LQ)
Etude EAS-100 Student Alto Saxophone
  • Was: $399.99
  • $249.99
  • Rating: Overall User Rating: 4.000000
Allora Paris Series Professional Tenor Saxophone (VCH-T800ANE2/PSB)
Allora Paris Series Professional Tenor Saxophone
  • Was: $1,799.00
  • $1,299.99+
  • Rating: Overall User Rating: 3.000000
Giardinelli Student Alto Saxophone Outfit (GAS-3L)
Giardinelli Student Alto Saxophone Outfit
  • Was: $799.99
  • $479.99
  • Rating: Overall User Rating: 5.000000
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"First developed in 1846 by a Belgian instrument maker named Adolphe Sax, the saxophone is considered to be the most powerful member of the woodwind family. Typically constructed with brass, the saxophone is played with a single-reed mouthpiece, and its recognizable sound and appearance make it a popular choice throughout the music world. If you're new to the saxophone, it's important to understand the different types available before you make any big decisions. Typically, alto saxophones are suggested for beginners due to their smaller mouthpieces and medium size. Played in the key of E flat, alto saxophones are an optimal choice for young aspiring players. However, the most common type of saxophone is the tenor sax, which is quite common in popular music. Two other popular saxophones are the baritone, which is one of the largest members of the saxophone family, and the soprano, which is recommended mainly to experienced performers. Of course, whatever you're searching for, you can bet that this catalog has what you're looking for. In fact, names such as Etude, Allora, Bundy and countless others are continuously championed worldwide for the tremendous playability and craftsmanship of their saxophones. For an alto saxophone that consists of a warm and focused sound, the Selmer SAS280 La Voix II is ideal for both concert band members and soloists. Featuring professional key styling, this saxophone has a projection and pitch consistency that would impress even the most meticulous sax player. An excellent tenor is the Jupiter intermediate sax. It's reliable, intonates superbly, and has all of the features that a contemporary repertoire demands. If you're on the market for a baritone, try the Antigua Winds Eb, which is a perfect combination of elegant style and expressive tone. For soprano saxophonists, check out the Allora Vienna Series Curved intermediate saxophone. It has a warm and even sound, and contains a silver-plated matte finish with decorative floral engraving on the bell. This sax also comes with a soft carrying bag to ensure you countless years of playing enjoyment. From classical and jazz to marching bands and even rock'n'roll, the history of music would be drastically different had it not been for the saxophone. It's a wonderfully diverse musical instrument, and learning how to play one is a highly enjoyable and fulfilling musical experience."