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Glarry E Flat Alto Saxophone IN STOCK!

June 15, 2020


This week is a little different, as we've been hinting at some exciting updates. Glarry E Flat Alto Saxophone IN STOCK!

This alto saxophone is well built and especially designed for students and beginners to learn accurate and comfortable hand positioning and key fingering techniques.

When looking closer at the alto sax, you can really see the attention to detail. All the features required of the instrument will give you the best possible start to learning the alto saxophone.

- The key system is a little bit closer together, making it easier to grab, hold and play up and down faster.

- Easy to play, you don't need to make a tremendous effort to produce a sound when you start.

- Good sound quality, has a pleasing vibrant feel with a well-centered sound.

- Easy to tune and will stay in tune for a long time.

- Lightweight at around 8.15lb, small and light enough to be comfortably held.

- Made of quality solid brass that will last against normal wear and tear.

- Offered in two finishes, golden and black, which both are professional and clean looking.

- Comes with all the accessories needed to play the sax right out of the box.

The alto saxophone has been a part of the modern American culture for generations. It's very suitable for numerous musical forms, including jazz, rock, pop and various classical forms.

If you're looking for the most affordable and widespread option to start with, you can't go wrong with the E Flat Alto Saxophone by Glarry. There is no better time to start learning the saxophone then right now! Let's diving into the world SAX and discovering the beauty of its sound.

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