Review of the P.Mauriat PMXT-66 RX Influence Tenor Saxophone by Melvin Llord

"Sound & Intonation

This tenor is free blowing with a very warm and fat sound. It is very well balanced throughout the entire register. Intonation was also very good all around. The lower register sounds really deep and big."

by Melvin Llord (Mysaxtalk)

Original article from : http://mysaxtalk.com/blogs/1/380/review-of-the-p-mauriat-pmxt-66

 

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