Allora Paris Series Professional Straight Soprano Saxophone with 2 Necks AASS-806 - Black Nickel Body - Brass Lacquer KeysProduct #585570 Allora 585570 KDCC Professional Soprano Saxophones https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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With two necks, precise intonation, and sweet tone.
The Allora Paris Series Straight Soprano Saxophone gives you a professional quality horn that offers premium features like ribbed construction, Pisoni Pro pads, and hand engraving at a budget price. To make this an even more attractive saxophone deal, Allora includes two necks with each Paris Series soprano sax.
Allora Paris Series soprano saxophones have a range to high G. You have a choice of lacquer, black nickel, or antique finishes on your Paris sax. Allora delivers your Paris Series Professional Soprano Sax in a professional-style case to protect your investment.
- Red Brass body and neck
- Range to High G
- Pisoni Pro pads
- Fully ribbed construction
- Hand-engraved body and bell
- Includes professional style case, mouthpiece, cap and ligature, and care products
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Paris Series Professional Straight Soprano Saxophone with 2 Necks Specifications:
- Level: Professional
Neck: One curved, one straight
Neck Material: Red Brass (85%)
Body Material: Red Brass (85%)
Bell Material: Red Brass (85%)
Key Material: Yellow Brass
Range Up to: High G
Pads: Pisoni Pro pads
Key Construction: Fully Ribbed
Engraving: Floral pattern
Crafted in Vietnam
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- Great tone
- High Quality Construction
- High End
- Every Use I Can Think Of
Comments about Allora Paris Series Professional Straight Soprano Saxophone with 2 Necks:
I have played the lacquer version for about 3 months in weekly gigs. This was a move up from a worn out Jupiter 547gl. I use a Meyer 7 mouthpiece with a 3 Fibracell reed and get a great, dark tone. As I think is typical on sopranos, the lowest register is the best. Anything over high C is difficult for me but this may be the mouthpiece -reed combination and my own abilities. I can only play it up to E but don't like the shrill sound of any soprano up there any way. Plays to low Bb effortlessly. This sax is built in Viet Nam and for 6 years I have played an alto and tenor (Chateau-Tenon-Orpheo) probably built in the same factory. Very high build quality. This horn has very tight and precise action. I love it. I rate 4 stars only because there probably are better out there, but for 3-4 times the price. The case is odd but gives good protection.
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