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EM Winston 350MW Soprano Saxophone
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The EM Winston 350MW Soprano Saxophone is tuned in the key of Bb. Forged keys, removable curved and straight necks, quality tan kid pads with booster...Click To Read More About This Product
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Sophisticated high-end features and a rainbow of cool colors on an amazingly affordable sax.
The EM Winston 350MW Soprano Saxophone is tuned in the key of Bb. Forged keys, removable curved and straight necks, quality tan kid pads with boosters, and raised palm keys make it feel and play like a far more expensive instrument. Plastic rollers and oversized thumb rest. Saxophone includes mouthpiece, swab cloth, strap, and case.
- Forged keys
- Removable curved and straight necks
- Quality tan kid pads with boosters
- Raised palm keys
- Plastic rollers
- Oversized thumb rest
Perfect for a multi-instrumentalist who wants to have a sax around, or for students. Put it in the cart and wait with bated breath.
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I am 52 years old, and a professional musician my entire life. I have owned two other previous soprano saxophones-- a Selmer Mark VI Soprano, and a Vintage Silver Beuscher. Neither of these instruments played in tune throughout the registers. Both had wonderful tone however, and were generally pretty good instruments.I saw a clearance on the Winston soprano-- the 350GL (previous like this one) and though I would check it out for the hell of it-- I used a digital tuner to check the intonation on it, and other current new saxes by Selmer (Super Action 80), Yanagasawa, and Keilworth. The Selmer (and I tried a couple) were HORRIBLY out of tune. The Yana was a bit better, the Keilworth was great.The Winston was PERFECTLY IN TUNE throughout the range like the Keilworth, but significantly LIGHTER and more comfortable to hold and play and a fraction of the price.Granted, the Winston is a very plain instrument with no ingraving-- but SO WHAT? How it sounds is most important.I wouldn't buy a new Selmer to save my life, at ten times the price-- just obscene considering they play so badly. I am not kidding here. I own a 1952 Super Balanced Action alto, a great sax, as were the Mark VI altos.The Winston key layout is identical to the Selmer SA 80- and that is to say perfectly comfortable, and great layout. But it actually sounds MUCH BETTER do to the Selmer's absolutely horendous intonation. I know, hard to believe, but true.Great job Winston- this is an astounding horn value. This sounds like a paid endorsement, it is not
i like the features, because for the price you are getting everything for, it's great. although the quality might be a little on the lower end, this is a perfect instrument for the player who has a tight budget.