Here's an example, in other words bright, "modern" sound.
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Does this for Tenor saxophone too? because im in the 7th grade and I started saxophone in 6th grade with alto and just started playing Tenor over the summer. So i was thinking of getting a Tenor saxophone but I dont know what brand to get. Thanks
I suggest the new Saxoflatulant Category VI. It'll blow you away.
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Whichever one I am jonesing for this week.......
The best I could buy would be the one I could snipe on ebay if quinn weren't bidding.
"Zoot" would a good name for a kid...
Now that can't be argued with.
Seriously though, in 7th grade, consider the parental pocket and look for a recent intermediate level horn like a Yamaha YTS-52 or something similar. There's much to discover in High School and saxophone may not be a life-long experience for you, as it is for many of the old fogies on this web site.
1926 Buescher Model 122 True Tone Series III Gold Plated Soprano
1936 Buescher Model 139 Custom Built Bare Brass Baritone
1938 Buescher Model 127 Aristocrat (Art Deco) Tenor
1938 Buescher Model 139 Aristocrat Gold Plated Baritone (some day)
1947 Buescher Model B-11 400 (Top Hat & Cane) Bare Brass Tenor
1949 Buescher Model B-7 400 (Top Hat & Cane) Silver Plated Alto
1949 Buescher Model 140 Aristocrat (Big B) Alto
1949 Buescher Model 156 Aristocrat (Big B) Gold Plated Tenor
1970-something Yamaha Model YBS-61 Baritone
2015 Vibrato A1S III Plastic Alto
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