Brand new black nickel and gold JZ Music series ii soprano sax w/hi G
list price $2,495.00
has high f# key, and high G key, tempered steel springs for better key action, protective key guards, and sturdy bell brace.
comes complete with mouthpiece, ligature, cap, strap, and deluxe fitted case.
has adjustment screws for low F, E, Dkeys and middle Bkey.
this horn has a one year factory warranty.
looks and sounds sensational!
i am a music dealer and repairman. Any instrument can be returned for full value as a trade in or on consignment for resale provided it is in the original condition.
all instruments are shop tested and adjusted to play perfectly before shipment.
if you have any questions, please call me at 508 932 3211 • email@example.com
i have been playing the sax professionally for 35 years. The last gig that i played was for former president clinton at a fund raiser for senator kennedy in boston with the john payne saxophone choir. I have been repairing saxophones for almost 23 years. When i played this sax i could not put it down. I like it better than any selmer that i have ever played including the mark vi. It has a huge sound, a more even timbre, the altissimo and subtones were very easy to sound, and yet the tone is warm and full bodied. It is a combination between the projection and brilliance of a mark vi sound and the fullness and body of a king super 20 with the smooth action of the super action 80.
many peope ask me, why is the price so low? how can it be such good quality with such a low price? even other people in the music business tell me to raise the price so people will not think it is poor quality. The reason the price is so low is because i arranged with the factory 10 years ago to buy five hundred instruments at a time and pay cash for them. The factory gives me a low price and i pass that savings on to my customers. Every one we sell has a ten day trial with option to return with a full refund.
JZ Music series ii is engaged in one ongoing pursuit - perfecting the saxophone. By focusing its attention on each individual part and on the distinctive systems of each instrument, it strives to expand the instruments tonal range, perfect its intonation and refine its ergonomics. Improvements come from melding cutting-edge technology and old-fashioned craftsmanship, while integrating the players participation as a vital link in the design process.
I learned flute making while working for William S. Haynes flute company in Boston.
They make flutes that start at $8,500.00
My job was to solder the tone holes on these flutes...
Which was a very critical job and had to be perfect to assure perfect intonation.
I was very fortunate to have first hand experience in flute making while working there.
So I decided to make my own flutes, saxophones, clarinets, trumpets, french horns and trombones.
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