Yanagisawa T-991 Professional Tenor Saxophone  

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Great player, versatile sound.

Key of Bb. High F# key, double-action low B and C keys, black lacquer, gold brass hand-engraving on bell, sway-free mechanism for F auxiliary and low C# keys, refined sound and even intonation over its entire range and at all dynamic levels.

Features
  • Key of Bb
  • High F# key
  • Double-action low B and C keys
  • Lacquered Brass or Black Lacquer
  • Gold brass hand-engraving on bell
  • Sway-free mechanism for F auxiliary and low C# keys
 

T-991 Professional Tenor Saxophone Specifications:

  • Bell: Hand Engraved Lacquered Brass
  • Body / Neck: Lacquered Brass or Black Lacquer
  • Mechanism: High F-Sharp, "Sway-Free" F-Auxiliary and Low C-Sharp Mechanism, Rib-Mounted Upper and Lower Stack Posts, Contoured Independent Palm Keys, Double-Action Low B and C Keys
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YanagisawaT-991 Professional Tenor Saxophone
 
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5.0

What a treat

Comments about Yanagisawa T-991 Professional Tenor Saxophone:

Upsides: great sound, great looks, very playable and intonation clean.
Downsides: the high F# pad collects saliva which drips on your left hand; just a challenge with the position of it. Sadly it shows with the black lacquer!

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