The 400 Series is designed for the advanced student through the professional saxophonist. The saxophones are meticulously hand_engraved and assembled for the highest level of quality and workmanship. With keywork up to high F# and exceptional response in the upper and lower registers, the 400 Series saxophones provide even response and intonation.
The 400 series alto saxophone from Buffet has ideal tonal qualities for jazz or classical performance. It is designed for the advanced student through to the professional player.
The saxophone is meticulously and beautifully hand-engraved all over, including the crook, inside the bell and on the cups.
Matt antique brass finish
Double arms on the bell keys, for better feel and stability
Ribbed construction on the pillars
Mother of pearl key buttons
High F# key
Large bow, for projection and better response
Focused clear tone, suitable for classical or jazz
Deluxe back-pack case
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In the studio and on stage, your trusty acoustic sax is always by your side. But if you work across a range of musical genres, imagine how useful it would be to own a single wind instrument that delivers every sound that’s required. The Roland Aerophone AE-10 is a trailblazing digital wind instrument that fuses traditional sax fingering with the flexible onboard tones you need. Seasoned players will feel instantly at home with the familiar saxophone fingering system, responsive SuperNATURAL sounds, and a breath sensor that reacts like your favorite acoustic horn. The large sound selection faithfully recreates saxophone models from soprano to baritone, plus wind instruments like clarinet and trumpet, string instruments, and even synths. With built-in speakers, battery power capability, and DAW connectivity, the Roland Aerophone AE-10 is the versatile, play-anywhere choice that supports you in every musical scenario.
Aerophone AE-10 is a digital wind instrument that lets you play sax, clarinet, flute, violin, synth sounds and many more. Since it supports traditional sax fingering, the AE-10 is instantly familiar to acoustic sax players, especially with a mouthpiece-mounted breath sensor that responds like an acoustic horn. The AE-10 also features 128* high-quality sound models including soprano and baritone sax, clarinet, trumpet, string instruments, and an array of expressive synth sounds. And the integrated speaker and battery operation means that you can play these sounds anywhere. With built-in speakers, headphones for late-night practice, battery power capability, and DAW connectivity, the Roland Aerophone AE-10 is the versatile, play-anywhere choice that supports you in every musical scenario.
The 100 Series alto and tenor saxophones provide students wit immediate, affordable quality. The importance of a superior instrument for beginning band students cannot be underestimated, and the 10 Series provides consistent intonation and easy response, a centered tone and range to high F#.
The 400 series alto saxophone from Buffet has ideal tonal qualities for jazz or classical performance. It is designed for the advanced student through to the professional player.The saxophone is meticulously and beautifully hand-engraved all over, including the crook, inside the bell and on the cups.
Akai Professional is the first name in electronic wind instruments. For over 20 years, Akai Professional has studied the art of playing saxophone, clarinet, oboe, bassoon, and other traditional winds, and developed electronic wind instruments that enable wind players to enjoy the same expressive control as in an acoustic instrument. We designed AKAI PROFESSIONAL EWI USB to give wind players the expressive musical capabilities previously found only in much more expensive instruments.