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Allora Chicago Jazz Tenor Saxophone AATS-954 - Dark Gold Lacquer 888365847580

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A pro quality tenor with sultry tone and smooth action.

The Chicago Jazz Tenor Saxophone is a pro quality horn that features ribbed construction, Pisoni pads, floral engraving on bell and bow, G brace, with high F# note, double arms on low C, B, Bb, and an 85% red brass body with a champagne finish. Includes a PSB carrying case.

Every Allora saxophone is subjected to an exclusive play test and shop check to ensure you of a great playing horn.

FEATURES
Rib construction
85% red brass body
Champagne finish
Rolled tone hole
Big bell
High F# note
Double arms on low C, B, Bb
G brace
Pisoni pads
With flowers engraved on the bow & bell
Includes PSB case

Get the quality you need at a price you can afford. Order today.

 
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AlloraChicago Jazz Tenor Saxophone
 
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Allora Jazz Tenor Sax

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from NJ

About Me Professional Musician

Pros

  • Quality Craftsmanship
  • Warm Tone

Cons

  • None So Far

Best Uses

  • Accompaniment
  • Jazz Clubs
  • School Bands
  • Small Venues
  • Soundtracks
  • Symphonies

Comments about Allora Chicago Jazz Tenor Saxophone:

I was looking for something to replace my Selmer SBA and after trying a few horns gave the Allora Chicago Jazz a try primarily because of the price and trial period. It's no Selmer SBA but it's a well made horn that plays well. They say the proof is in the pudding so decide for yourself. Here's me playing the horn shortly after receiving it first take. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVbEAid8Rrw

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