Antigua TS3100LQ Tenor Saxophone - Last One!

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5.0(based on 1 user reviews)
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Usual Price: £949

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Refined key mechanisms provide the TS3100LQ a professional look and feel at a modest price. A solid performer, the TS3100LQ is perfect for the advancing student or aspiring professional. Equipped with a high F# key for advanced literature, and adjustable thumb hook for ergonomic hand placement.

Key :Bb

Construction: Post to body

Auxiliary Keys: High F# key

Thumb Hook: Adjustable (ABS)

Neck Material: Yellow Brass

Body Material: Yellow Brass

Bell: Yellow Brass

Pads & Resonators: PISONI pads & metal resonators

Bell Decoration: Hand engraved

Mouthpiece: 4C

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    5.0(based on 1 user reviews)
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    "Light and fast"
    This is a well made lightweight Taiwanese saxophone with a decent sound. It seems to have an even scale and easy response - sounds pretty bad using a small round chamber mouthpiece. Supplied with something that looks like a plastic Selmer Soloist as if you need a hint. Good value for money, it plays like a much more expensive saxophone. The supplied case is a good fit and easy to carry. The harder you blow the brighter and bigger the tone becomes. No sign of it having any limitations on altissimo like many lower range saxes do/did have. I was bothered by the possibly weaker post to body construction but only time will tell if it makes any difference because I decided to buy it and get used to the odd (low) strap hook position as it plays so well. Absolutely worth comparing with the heritage brands. It turns out most vintage saxes did not have ribbed construction keywork either.
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