P. Mauriat PMSA-57GC Intermediate Alto Saxophone

(Honey Gold Lacquer)  Sku #H94365000001000

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The PMSA-57GC is an incredible value! It is a genuine P. Mauriat intermediate alto saxophone with an upgraded accessory package and P. Mauriat Traveler case. Finished in honey gold lacquer, the 57GC features abalone key touches, blue steel springs, and Pisoni pads and resonators. These features are the same as any P. Mauriat professional alto! Its sound is full with a lot of warmth; and, horn has a great scale-it is perfect for the concert stage as well as any jazz group.

The accessory package is designed around the alto and features a David Hite mouthpiece, Collins Corkgrease,Forestone synthetic reed, upgraded BG ligature and cap as well as neckstrap. The P. Mauriat Traveler case finishes the outfit and features backpack straps and plenty of storage space, both inside and outside the case itself. It is a hard shell case covered in high-grade Cordura.

  • Range: F#
  • Finish: Honey gold Lacquer
  • Body: Yellow brass
  • Key Touches: Genuine Abalone

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PMSA-57GC Intermediate Alto Saxophone Specifications:

  • Range: F#
  • Finish: Honey Gold Lacquer
  • Body: Yellow Brass
  • Key Touches: Genuine Abalone
  • Pads: Pisoni
  • Springs: Blued Steel
  • Accessory Package: Premium
  • David Hite Mouthpiece
  • Professional ligature
  • Forestone Premium synthetic reed
  • Professional neckstrap
  • Collins cork grease
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