System 76 2nd edition without high F# & Pro contoured hard case

"At the 2012 NAMM show, the P Mauriat System 76 2nd Edition tenor was a big hit at the show as one of the company’s models that offered the player a straight tone hole saxophone as well as keywork that is similar to some of the most popular vintage saxophones that many players are looking for today. At this year’s show, P Mauriat introduced the same model tenor but without the high F# key.

The 76 2nd edition without the high F# is so far my favorite P Mauriat saxophone. The reason I enjoyed this new model without the high F# key was the fact that this horn and its keywork felt very similar to the Selmer Mark VI that I currently play on."

by Zach Sollitto


Original article from: http://www.bestsaxophonewebsiteever.com/more-from-namm-2013-hot-new-horns/

 

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