Keilwerth MKX Tenor Saxophone - Vintage Finish

Code: BC4403
RRP: £3,474.00 Our Price: £3,239.00
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Ideal for players wanting a sax with a distinctively vintage appeal.

A tone reminiscent of the old Conn and Buescher saxes of the 1940s and a vintage look to match complimented by a more compact, conventional keying action.



Description

While the MKX and SX90R series do share some characteristics, they can be likened to cousins who share a common blood line, but have individual qualities and personalities that allow them a unique voice of their own.


The MKX retains that powerful Keilwerth sound but has a feel and keying action closer to that of the classic French saxophones. The end result is an impressive sax with a powerful tone, a fast action and a distinctive vintage look.


Material: German brass

Finish: Antique brass with clear lacquer

Key Touches: Grey mother of pearl

Neck: Keilwerth MKX

Engraving: Precision laser engraved

Case: Rectangular style hard case

Mouthpiece: No mouthpiece

Made in: Germany

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Recommended for: Serious players looking for a distinctive instrument


Review

Most players appreciate that big Keilwerth sound but not everyone likes the feel of the larger diameter body tube. With the MKX Keilwerth have retained the best tonal characteristics of the famous SX90R - the MKX still has a larger bow and bell, but the body tube and keywork is closer to that of a Selmer MkVI. If you've ruled out Keilwerth in the past because of the feel, I recommend revisiting them sometime soon to try the MKX, you'll be pleasantly surprised. Phill (Sax.co.uk)

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