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Allora Vienna Series Intermediate Sopranino Saxophone

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The Allora Vienna Series Saxophones are a great value for schools on a budget as well as individuals looking for an affordable step-up instrument. W...Click To Read More About This Product

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The Allora Vienna Series Saxophones are a great value for schools on a budget as well as individuals looking for an affordable step-up instrument. With these players in mind, the Vienna saxes have done an excellent job of combining features that enhance the sound with features that enhance durability. The result is a line of saxophones that can provide years of service to a wide range of players. The Vienna saxophones are the solution many have been looking for!

  • Lacquered brass finish
  • Range to High F#
  • Pisoni Pads
  • Includes ABS case, mouthpiece, cap and ligature, care products
  • Level: Intermediate
  • Key: Eb
  • Neck Material: Yellow Brass
  • Body Material: Yellow Brass
  • Bell Material: Yellow Brass
  • Range: High F#
  • Pads: Pisoni Pads
  • Includes: ABS case, mouthpiece, cap, ligature, and care products
  • Crafted in Taiwan
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AlloraVienna Series Intermediate Sopranino Saxophone

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This sopranino is just as good or better than pro versions


from Miami Florida

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    Comments about Allora Vienna Series Intermediate Sopranino Saxophone:

    I ordered this horn wanting to complete my saxophone collection. I trialed a much higher cost sopranino sax from one of the top vendors. The horn played well but needed a better mouthpiece. Knowing that this horn was made by Tenon Corporation under the Allora brand name, I took a gamble and purchased this horn. I in addition spend the 300 bucks and got the vandoren mouthpiece and reeds. This proved to be an ultimate combiniation. I see now that these horns are at 1199 a pop, I got mine on a sale and paid 700. I would tell you after upgrading the mouthpiece to the vandoren, the 1199 plus 300 puts you at 1500, and is much cheaper than the next step up. I can guarantee that this horn will play as good or better than a pro horn. I love this instrument.

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    The Allora Vienna Sopranino Sax plays very well


    from Ocean Beach, California

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    Comments about Allora Vienna Series Intermediate Sopranino Saxophone:

    The Allora Vienna sopranino arrived today from WW&BW. First let me say that the hard shell case that came with it is very nice compared to other sax cases I've seen; sturdy, light weight and the hardware is top notch. Also came with a no-brand MP (haven't tried it yet) a two-screw yellow brass lig (using this), cap and cork grease. The sax itself is absolutely beautiful and elegant (for a small, almost miniature looking thing.) This is *not* a cheaply made instrument. Nicely done etching on the bell. Even the large, adjustable thumb rest is lacquered brass and nicely blended into the symmetry of the instrument. The faux pearl keys, while small feeling on my fingers compared to the soprano and other saxes, are sturdy and the modern ergos are great, smooth and balanced. So far I'm thinking I probably won't need to take it to my tech for any adjustments. The intonation, as best I can tell so far, is spot on. This was the main thing I was worried about, having read stories of Chinese or Indo horns that couldn't play in tune. But this is Taiwan workmanship, which seems to be gaining a very well deserved reputation. Using a Selmer Paris S-80 (F) MP and a Vandoren #2 nino reed, the horn just glides up and down in tune with even dynamics. I had no need to strain to control pitch or tone anywhere. Simply put, the Allora Vienna Sopranino Sax plays very well. Now to find the right repertoire.

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