P Mauriat System 76 GL Second Edition Tenor Saxophone - Gold Lacquer - Special Offer

Code: BC3096
RRP: £3,249.00 Our Price: £2,349.00
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A wide bored saxophone possessing Selmer MKVI characteristics

Providing the player with an open and expressive sound, the System 76 is your link to the sounds of yesteryear.


The System 76 alto has an increased bore and bell size, producing a warm full-bodied sound that plays in tune throughout the octaves. The keywork has been tweaked on this latest edition for improved playing comfort. It feels robust, yet has a smooth fluid action.

The gold lacquered finish conveys a beautiful dark and directed tone. It has even more fine engraving which adorns the bell & bow and note the beautiful abalone shell key touches.


Material: Brass

Finish: Gold lacquer (GL)

Key Touches: Genuine Abalone

Neck: Super VI neck

Engraving: Hand engraved bell and bow

Case: P.Mauriat black, hard, shaped case

Mouthpiece: Mauriat plastic student mouthpiece

Made in: Taiwan

• 9 Month Interest Free Finance Available on this Product

• Free Professional Set Up & Free Check over within a Year

Recommended for: Professionals, advancing students


I've had my new P. Mauriat System 76 2nd Edition TGL Tenor Sax for about three weeks now. It's a really fantastic sax! It has a nice warm tone and the tone is even throughout all registers. The keys are very comfortably placed and feel very natural beneath my fingers. Also, the action on this instrument is amazingly fluid. Doug Miller (The Count Basie Orchestra)

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