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Selmer Paris Reference 54 Alto Saxophone  

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The essence of the legendary Mark VI with the comforts of the modern mechanism.

Inspired by the Mark VI model released in 1954, the Selmer Paris 72 Reference 54 alto is a professional saxophone that integrates the Mark VI's legendary acoustic characteristics with innovative modern key work and better intonation. A major favorite among jazz saxophonists the Reference 54 alto saxophone offers a rich throaty sound that even "barks" well in the lower register. The keywork of the Selmer 72 alto saxophone is extremely fluid and reacts well to even the most wicked licks. Complete with shaped flight case, Selmer Paris Super Session mouthpiece, cap and ligature, and care products. Join the legions of jazz saxophonists that have rediscovered the sound of the legendary Mark VI and have made the Selmer 72 Reference 54 alto saxophone their horn of choice.The Reference 54 alto takes its inspiration from a 1958 mid-70,000 serial number Mark VI. It plays, feels, and looks like a vintage Selmer, including longer bell to improve intonation and a dark lacquer finish.

The essence of the legendary Mark VI with the comforts of the modern mechanism can be yours. Order now!


Reference 54 Alto Saxophone Specifications:

Level: Professional
Key: Eb
Neck: Reference Series
Neck Material: Yellow brass
Body Material: Yellow brass
Bell Material: Yellow brass
Key Material: Power hammered yellow brass
Finish: Vintage Dark Gold Lacquer
Range Up to: High F#
Springs: Blue steel
Pads: Leather
Resonators: Plastic
Engraving: Selmer Paris Reference engraving
Thumb Rest: Adjustable metal
Pivot Screw: Tapered
Includes: shaped case, Selmer Paris Super Session E mouthpiece, ligature, cap, and care products
Crafted in: France
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