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P Mauriat PMXT-66RGL - Rolled Tone Hole Tenor Sax - Gold Lacquer

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PMXT-66R GL

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This saxophone is unlike any other. Our truly unique rolling process uses the saxophones existing material; there is no soldering involved. These hand made Rolled Tone Holes allow superior resonance throughout the entire saxophone and increased response in all ranges. Weve also enlarged the bell to compliment an already warm, fat sound.

Rolled Tone Holes
Range: High F#
Neck: Super VI
Large Bell
Finish: Gold Lacquer
Hand Engraved Bell and Bow
Key Touches: Genuine Abalone
Professional Class

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I bought this saxophone several years ago, and it has served me very well in the time I have used it. It is clear and consistent throughout the entire horn, including the low and high registers. It is adaptable to playing different styles, although I have used it primarily for jazz music. I enjoy the full-bodied sound it produces. I switched to a Yamaha YTS-62 used tenor saxophone as my main horn after buying one in the Burlington Long & McQuade But I should note that the switch was only an artistic choice and a very subjective one at that. I found the YTS-62 was easier to play and was more of the jazz sound I wanted. But the P. Mauriat is still an incredibly solid choice, and a saxophone that I think should be held in comparison to Selmer, Yamaha, and Yanagisawa horns.
Posted by Adam Grearson on Jul 28, 2019
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