review by Jerry Popolo

I've always experienced difficulty playing low and high notes with other saxophones, but since I’ve had my 66RX I haven’t had these problems. I chose the model without lacquer because it produces a vintage sound but with a very modern feel. When I play I do not want the instrument to come between me and the music I produce, creating mechanical, technical, and intonation problems. I no longer have these issues playing the 66RX.

Jerry Popolo

Salerno, Italy, February 25, 2014

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