P. Mauriat alto sax - Master 97A

P. Mauriat is excited to unveil a new video featuring one of their most innovative and sonically pure horns to date:  The Master 97A

Master 97A Product Featurette can be viewed here:


The Master-97A Alto Saxophone is unique among dual alloy horns, featuring two sterling silver octave pips that add an element of denseness and warmth, along with the shimmer of a yellow brass body, bow, and bell.  The Master-97A features premium Pisoni pro 105 pads for a great tactile experience, and nylon resonators to improve tone.

And of course the Master-97A has an incredible aesthetic, finished in a honey-gold lacquer with traditional mother of pearl key touches.  The bow and bell are engraved with traditional floral patterns by hand for a true, genuine, artisan look.  The P. Mauriat Master-97A Alto Saxophone is available at all authorized worldwide P. Mauriat dealers.

Go for the Sound!

P. Mauriat team


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