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Bright and responsive, the Series III tenor saxophone gained immediate praise from saxophonists around the world. Jazz musicians love the great projection and flexible sound.
The Selmer Paris Series III is described as having a generous lower register and easy subtones, excellent response, a striking pitch, and balanced ergonomics. This creates a close relationship between musician and instrument resulting in pure musical expressiveness.Enhanced Resonance
Reducing the size and weight of the ribs (the body plates supporting the posts) by 30% results in a more free vibration of the instrument and enhanced resonance.Mark VI Neck Angle
The angle of the neck, copying that of the fabled Mark VI, redirects the airflow and mouthpiece position to enhance response.Rivet-less Metal Tone Boosters
Kik pads provide an airtight seal. Rivet-less metal tone boosters result in projection without buzz or distortion.
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The Keywork takes a bit of time to get used to -as I have played my Mark VI for Decades. The III is just such a dream to play. I love it and I can travel without worries about getting the Mark VI stolen. Selmer Paris has a come a long way from the 1980 Super Action 80 (I) and making the III THE great new great horn, no one can beat! The Reference models are fine also... a hard choice. This III is great for any type of music and just rips up my Jazz, Blues, Rock and Funk; and keeps an adjustment. The intonation is smooth! Tone is rich and bright but not too bright! Selmer Paris just sounds like a sax should! Thanks!!!
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