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Value on a limited budget.

Made out of fine metals for superior tone production, the Etude EAS-100 is the perfect instrument for starting out on the alto saxophone. The keywork, pads, and adjustment all work together to make tone production easier, more consistent, and stronger. And the bell brace and construction help make it as durable as possible. Includes case, mouthpiece, cap, and ligature.

It may be tempting to buy a "better" horn used, but saxophones are mechanically complex, and if the horn is not well regulated and set up properly, it will be extremely difficult for a student to play. It is perhaps advisable then for a new student to get an Etude EAS-100, brand new, set up perfectly, and ready to play right out of the case. It will be shiny and beautiful, and your young saxophonist will jump up and down and squeal when he or she sees it. Pride of ownership inspires practice, and practice leads to success.

Etude believes believe that price should not be a barrier to experiencing the growth and joy that comes from making music. That's why Etude offers you five of the most popular woodwind and brass instruments at an incredible price: flute, clarinet, alto sax, trumpet, and trombone. And no matter which you choose, you get a great design and outstanding construction that will give you years of musical enjoyment. See for yourself!

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Excellent tone production
Easy to play
Mechanically reliable
Comes with case, mouthpiece, ligature and care products.

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EtudeEAS-100 Student Alto Saxophone
 
4.2

(based on 51 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (34)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (7)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (4)

83%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to play (25)
  • Good audio (20)
  • Consistent (18)
  • Quality craftsmanship (18)
  • Warm tone (17)

Cons

  • Inconsistent (4)
  • Poor quality (4)
  • Flat sound (3)
  • Requires adjustment often (3)

Best Uses

  • School bands (24)
  • Small venues (4)
  • Accompaniment (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Novice (20), Experienced (8), Professional musician (5)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Good for Beginners

I bought this for my daughter, who just started her first year of middle school band. After renting a Jupiter alto sax for fifty a month from the company reps that the school had...Read complete review

I bought this for my daughter, who just started her first year of middle school band. After renting a Jupiter alto sax for fifty a month from the company reps that the school had invited, I immediately decided that six hundred a year was too much to pay and went ahead and bought this Etude with accessories for half that price (not to mention that we'd own it). I was a bit worried that buying the cheapest sax available might be a waste of money, but on the other hand, my daughter may not stick with band long enough to make a $1300 sax worth it.
It arrived within 2 days, and we were impressed with the quality of the case but also the light weight (good for my daughter, who only weighs 65 lbs!). The sax is very pretty and has some light etched decorations on it.
She had been struggling with producing enough force and air to hold a consistent note with the Jupiter, but this one she picked up and was able to play several notes easily with one breath. It seems 10x easier to play. I (never having played a sax before), was able to produce a smooth sound and play some barely acceptable form of a scale.
The only complaint is that the pieces fit very snugly together, which makes it difficult for my daughter to get apart. I'm sure this is something that is an easy fix.
Hopefully this sax will hold up at least for a few years until I know she is going to stick with it and can justify buying a more expensive one. If not, it seems that I still saved three hundred during the first year of band just by purchasing this one instead of renting the Jupiter.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Not as good as reviewed

We have had our's for a little more than two years and in that short time it has become, as my daughter says, "a piece of junk."

My...Read complete review

We have had our's for a little more than two years and in that short time it has become, as my daughter says, "a piece of junk."

My daughter so badly wanted to join band and, of course, chose the most expensive instrument. We talked to a couple of area music stores on band night, but we just could not afford the price they offered. We were considering a used instrument when my wife found the Etude alto sax.

The saxophone looked and played great straight out of the box. I really thought we had found the best deal and even told some of my friends that they had been snookered by paying the regular price at the music store. Then, two months after we got the saxophone, one of the metal pieces that cover the keys fell off.

The band director said he could not fix it and gave me the names of area instrument repair places.
Both of the local music stores where I took the saxophone said they would not fix it because they could not locate repair parts for the horn. I finally took it to a local independent repair guy. He got it fixed but warned me that saxophone might have a short life span.

Two months later, some of the plastic pieces on the keys started to fall off and my daughter complained that it was hard to play. I took it back to the repair guy and had to wait about a week. About two more months went by and my daughter said it was playing funny again. I questioned the repairman about this and he said that some of the keys on the saxophone had bent just enough that it was leaking. Another repair bill...

Our second year started out fine. Then my daughter took it outside so the junior high could practice with the high school marching band. Somehow, the saxophone came off the strap and fell. It would not play at all. My daughter came home in tears. The next day I took it to our repair guy and he said the "octave" key at the top of the saxophone and the neck had both been bent pretty good and that many of the keys had been knocked out of position. He fixed the keys and the neck...

The saxophone came back and played fine for about two days and then blah. I took it back and the repair guy agreed to fix it for free. This time, it played fine for almost a week. I was getting pretty frustrated and told the repair guy that we shouldn't have to bring it in so much. He was nice, but said we should get a better horn. So, I took the saxophone to a different repair shop about 40 minutes away. About a week later, my daughter brought the sax home, again in tears. It would not play and her band director was getting grumpy about it being gone so much.

I took it to a third place almost an hour away. They gave my daughter a different saxophone to play while her's was being fixed. The "loaner" saxophone -- a "Bundy," I think -- was definitely a lot older and not very pretty. But my daughter loved it. She said it was much easier to play. When the shop called to say her horn was finished, she did not want to give the loaner back.

Last week, the band director called to say that the horn was not working again and that my daughter was close to getting a zero in the class. It turns out the sax had been broken for several weeks and my daughter did not want to tell me. When I took it to the repair place, I noticed the gold finish on the sax was coming off. The repair guy said he would have to send the horn out to have the finish repaired and that it would be too expensive. He also got out a "Yamaha" and "Cannonball" and had me pull on the keys. Then I pulled on the keys on the Etude; they bent right away. He said that was why the saxophone was always needing repair.

I have now paid well more than the cost of the Etude in repairs. I thought about trading it in for a nicer saxophone, since my daughter used to love band, but both music stores say the Etude has no value and they do not want it. Now my daughter wants to quit playing.

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(56 of 68 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Not as good as reviewed

By TV Kid

from Undisclosed

Comments about Etude EAS-100 Student Alto Saxophone:

We have had our's for a little more than two years and in that short time it has become, as my daughter says, "a piece of junk."

My daughter so badly wanted to join band and, of course, chose the most expensive instrument. We talked to a couple of area music stores on band night, but we just could not afford the price they offered. We were considering a used instrument when my wife found the Etude alto sax.

The saxophone looked and played great straight out of the box. I really thought we had found the best deal and even told some of my friends that they had been snookered by paying the regular price at the music store. Then, two months after we got the saxophone, one of the metal pieces that cover the keys fell off.

The band director said he could not fix it and gave me the names of area instrument repair places.
Both of the local music stores where I took the saxophone said they would not fix it because they could not locate repair parts for the horn. I finally took it to a local independent repair guy. He got it fixed but warned me that saxophone might have a short life span.

Two months later, some of the plastic pieces on the keys started to fall off and my daughter complained that it was hard to play. I took it back to the repair guy and had to wait about a week. About two more months went by and my daughter said it was playing funny again. I questioned the repairman about this and he said that some of the keys on the saxophone had bent just enough that it was leaking. Another repair bill...

Our second year started out fine. Then my daughter took it outside so the junior high could practice with the high school marching band. Somehow, the saxophone came off the strap and fell. It would not play at all. My daughter came home in tears. The next day I took it to our repair guy and he said the "octave" key at the top of the saxophone and the neck had both been bent pretty good and that many of the keys had been knocked out of position. He fixed the keys and the neck...

The saxophone came back and played fine for about two days and then blah. I took it back and the repair guy agreed to fix it for free. This time, it played fine for almost a week. I was getting pretty frustrated and told the repair guy that we shouldn't have to bring it in so much. He was nice, but said we should get a better horn. So, I took the saxophone to a different repair shop about 40 minutes away. About a week later, my daughter brought the sax home, again in tears. It would not play and her band director was getting grumpy about it being gone so much.

I took it to a third place almost an hour away. They gave my daughter a different saxophone to play while her's was being fixed. The "loaner" saxophone -- a "Bundy," I think -- was definitely a lot older and not very pretty. But my daughter loved it. She said it was much easier to play. When the shop called to say her horn was finished, she did not want to give the loaner back.

Last week, the band director called to say that the horn was not working again and that my daughter was close to getting a zero in the class. It turns out the sax had been broken for several weeks and my daughter did not want to tell me. When I took it to the repair place, I noticed the gold finish on the sax was coming off. The repair guy said he would have to send the horn out to have the finish repaired and that it would be too expensive. He also got out a "Yamaha" and "Cannonball" and had me pull on the keys. Then I pulled on the keys on the Etude; they bent right away. He said that was why the saxophone was always needing repair.

I have now paid well more than the cost of the Etude in repairs. I thought about trading it in for a nicer saxophone, since my daughter used to love band, but both music stores say the Etude has no value and they do not want it. Now my daughter wants to quit playing.

(19 of 25 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Looks nice, poor build

By toast

from Long Island, NY

About Me Experienced

Pros

  • Cheap

Cons

  • Inconsistent
  • Poor Quality
  • Requires Adjustment Often

Best Uses

    Comments about Etude EAS-100 Student Alto Saxophone:

    I haven't played my horn in 20 years, but was pretty good in my time, played in one of the PSU jazz bands. My daughter is now 9 and has started playing. She usually sticks with whatever she starts, so I didn't want to spend much on a student horn when a mid-range or pro horn was only a year or two away. Found the Etude at a ridiculous price and all the ratings suggested it was good. The first time I played it I was quite happy with it, sounded a little funny but assumed that was just my lack of playing. After a litte time (and playing other horns) it has become clear that the ratings were made by people that are not musicians. It is not possible to play this horn in tune on all notes from top to bottom. Middle C and C# are so flat that moving the mouthpiece to put them in the ball park results in a middle D and top line G that are so sharp they cannot be pulled down with any amount of emboucher. Letting a developing ear learn on this thing will cause damage that will take a long time to fix.

    Some of the tone holes are so sharp that they have begun cutting into the pads and causing leaks after two months. Corks are falling off. The octave key mechanism is so loose and its spring simultaneously so firm that it is both inconsistent and painful for small, weaker hands to use. The barrel of the neck is so large that most mouthpieces (specifically Meyer and Rousseau)will peel the cork off trying to get them on. I let my daughter play a 20 year old, rotten-padded, out of adjustment yamaha that is ugly as sin and she says it's so much better she won't use the Etude any more.

    Look for a used Yamaha or Bundy. You'll pay more but there is no comparison in quality or tune.

    (12 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Great purchase

    By israel CASTANEDA

    from grand prairie,tx

    Comments about Etude EAS-100 Student Alto Saxophone:

    This is my son's first year in middle school band and he was very determined to play the sax. I was overwhelmed to say the least after I saw the current prices of the "beginner saxophones". Have to admit I had never heard of Etude and was hesitant but went ahead with the purchase. Delivery was fast in 3 days max. The same day it arrived, took it to school for the band teacher to inspect. She came back with a "thumbs up". We were delighted to hear nothing but great comments from her. It's been 2 months and my son is practicing every day and obviously sounding better too. Sax has great attention to detail and the hard case is a definite plus. Did I mention the price? You can't beat it!

    (8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Good for Beginners

    By Shawsha

    from Southwestern Missouri

    About Me Novice

    Pros

    • Consistent
    • Easy To Play
    • Low Priced
    • Nice Looking
    • Quality Craftsmanship
    • Rich Sound
    • Warm Tone

    Cons

    • None

    Best Uses

    • School Bands

    Comments about Etude EAS-100 Student Alto Saxophone:

    I bought this for my daughter, who just started her first year of middle school band. After renting a Jupiter alto sax for fifty a month from the company reps that the school had invited, I immediately decided that six hundred a year was too much to pay and went ahead and bought this Etude with accessories for half that price (not to mention that we'd own it). I was a bit worried that buying the cheapest sax available might be a waste of money, but on the other hand, my daughter may not stick with band long enough to make a $1300 sax worth it.
    It arrived within 2 days, and we were impressed with the quality of the case but also the light weight (good for my daughter, who only weighs 65 lbs!). The sax is very pretty and has some light etched decorations on it.
    She had been struggling with producing enough force and air to hold a consistent note with the Jupiter, but this one she picked up and was able to play several notes easily with one breath. It seems 10x easier to play. I (never having played a sax before), was able to produce a smooth sound and play some barely acceptable form of a scale.
    The only complaint is that the pieces fit very snugly together, which makes it difficult for my daughter to get apart. I'm sure this is something that is an easy fix.
    Hopefully this sax will hold up at least for a few years until I know she is going to stick with it and can justify buying a more expensive one. If not, it seems that I still saved three hundred during the first year of band just by purchasing this one instead of renting the Jupiter.

    (7 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

     
    1.0

    Put your money into a rental instead

    By arracado

    from Medford, OR

    About Me Professional Musician

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

      Cons

      • Inconsistent
      • Poor Quality
      • Requires Adjustment Often

      Best Uses

      • School Bands

      Comments about Etude EAS-100 Student Alto Saxophone:

      We bought this for our son when he joined 6th grade band, thinking it would be better to own than rent. Almost from the start we had trouble...unplayable notes, the inability to have adjustments made due to the soft (cheap) metal used for its construction. The handle of the case broke early on, but MF was nice enough to get us a replacement. Our son got by through 6th grade and had been using it for about half of his 7th grade season, when a couple of weeks ago, right before the parade he was marching in, the instrument actually fell apart. The bell separated from the body and several keys simple fell off.
      Having no alternative but to acquire a rental, we realized how foolish we'd been to spend the money on this piece of garbage. For less than 50 a month he has an instrument that is of far superior quality that he truly enjoys playing, and we enjoy listening to.
      If your child is just starting out, start with a rental. This will allow you time to see if playing the instrument really resonates with your child. If it does, great! You can now bypass the cheap stuff like this junk heap and invest in their future with a higher-quality instrument. If your child doesn't take to the instrument, you're not out hundreds and left with a worthless instrument like this.

      (6 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Excellent Sax at a Low Price

      By Nicole

      from Rochester Hills, MI

      About Me Novice

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Consistent
      • Easy To Play
      • Quality Craftsmanship
      • Rich Sound
      • Warm Tone

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • School Bands

        Comments about Etude EAS-100 Student Alto Saxophone:

        I purchased this instrument because it was less expensive than paying $60/mo to rent for one year of band for my son. Because it was so affordable, I wasn't really expecting much. So we were extremely impressed when the saxophone arrived! It is a beautiful instrument with fancy detailed etch work that didn't show up in the picture. My son is so excited to learn and practice on his very own sax. To me, it sounds every bit as good as the Yamaha we were renting. I also have to say that customer service was excellent during the purchase. The man I spoke with was very nice on the phone and I am also pleased with the warranty package I purchased for a reasonably low price. I have already recommended this company to others.

        (6 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        It's a beauty; so happy to have it!

        By TLC

        from Wishkah, WA

        About Me Novice

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Beautiful Design
        • Consistent
        • Easy To Play
        • Quality Craftsmanship
        • Receives Many Compliments
        • Rich Sound
        • Warm Tone

        Cons

        • None

        Best Uses

        • School Bands

        Comments about Etude EAS-100 Student Alto Saxophone:

        My granddaughter's band teacher gave the Etude alto saxophone an A+. She said if taken care of properly, it would last her from 5th grade now, through 12th grade.

        (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Extremely happy

        By shadow

        from missiouri

        About Me Experienced

        Pros

        • Consistent
        • Easy To Play
        • Everything
        • Quality Craftsmanship
        • Rich Sound
        • Warm Tone

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • School Bands
          • Small Venues
          • Symphonies

          Comments about Etude EAS-100 Student Alto Saxophone:

          we just purchased this for our daughter who is in her 3rd year of band. It is amazing and a great price. Great quality,great sound,and even better a very happy girl!! Thanks!

          (5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Pefect for students first instrument

          By Matt

          from Helena, MT

          About Me Novice

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Consistent
          • Easy To Play
          • Quality Craftsmanship
          • Rich Sound
          • Warm Tone

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • School Bands

            Comments about Etude EAS-100 Student Alto Saxophone:

            Great Sax for a first time student for sure. Durrable, and well made. BEAutiful!

            (5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            We are thrilled!

            By Avatar

            from Yadkinville,NC

            See all my reviews

            Comments about Etude EAS-100 Student Alto Saxophone:

            My daughter will be learning to play the sax this year in band class. She needed a decent instrument. I needed inexpensive. I didn't feel comfortable buying a used sax, but, I didn't think I could afford a new sax for my daughter, until, I stumbled upon the Etude EAS-100. I purchased the Etude sax based on the good reviews from previous buyers, also, knowing it could easily be returned if it was unacceptable. It showed up in less than 3 days. My daughter's band director, who is a sax player, tested it out. His verdict: It's a nice sax, with good tone, good intonation, plays well, and is well built. He did recommend a better mouthpiece, the Fobes Debut, and Vandoren reeds. The Etude eas-100 sax is a keeper! We are thrilled! Thanks Musician's Freind!

            (5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Great starter sax

            By Z

            from FL

            See all my reviews

            Comments about Etude EAS-100 Student Alto Saxophone:

            Kept clean and maintained, this sax will last you well into your intermediate to advanced years.The mouthpiece that comes with this sax is fine, but you'll want a new ligature right away. I went for the Rovner MkIII sold on this site and it's a night/day difference. The sax & accessories are outstanding for the price and it does come with a strap and polish cloth, though the description doesn't say so. It's solid brass with a good weight to it. I've already ran into a few things while wearing it and there's not a mark to be found.Don't forget cork grease, pad guards to keep the inside of the sax dry, and your other maintenance items.

            (5 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            its awesome

            By Lenny Y

            from shelby township, mi.

            Comments about Etude EAS-100 Student Alto Saxophone:

            I'v had mine for a year know, i love it!!!! i started with mine last year for my first year of band, it plays easy and it's extremely durrable, know that im a jazz band student i need an insturment with a good slur and swing, it deliveres just that. it's a cheap and affordable insturment and i suggest it to any begginer

            (4 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            So Happy!!!

            By Neen

            from PA

            About Me Novice

            Verified Buyer

            Comments about Etude EAS-100 Student Alto Saxophone:

            Purchased as A gift for my son. Easy to handle, excellent quality for the price. Perfect for A beginner that will be basically teaching himself.

            (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

             
            3.0

            Mike in No Cal.

            By Mike in No. Cal.

            from Oroville Ca.

            See all my reviews

            Comments about Etude EAS-100 Student Alto Saxophone:

            I played sax all through school, and gave it up for 40 yrs. The first one I recieved was little more than a case of parts. Everything came with it, but 4 rods and springs were unatatched, it was useless. It took a bit of coaxing, but MF. agreed to send out a new one prior to reciving the brocken one back. The new one is in perfect shape. The only other complaint is I bought a 5 pk. of cheap reeds with the 1st. one, which I just opened. 2 out of the 5 are kind of beat up. The box was sound and they came in plastic sheaths. Don't know what happened there. I will probably just live with them, they wern't expensive. I'll just buy locally in the future. To MF's credit, they did give me a 10% credit on the horn for the trouble. All in all I couldn't have done better buying a used sax as far as quality and playability. Came with a very nice little case.

            (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            Excellent Value

            By robojam

            from York, SC

            See all my reviews

            Comments about Etude EAS-100 Student Alto Saxophone:

            This is a great value beginner's alto sax - you can't beat the price. It does seem a little less solid than more expensive models, so you need to be careful with it. The mouthpiece is not great quality and with a better one this can sound really good. Otherwise you can't beat it for value.

            (4 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Great sax

            By reno0820

            from Liberal, ks

            Comments about Etude EAS-100 Student Alto Saxophone:

            This is a great student saxophone the only thing it needs is another mouth pice to sound even better i use to play every weekend and i never had any problems.

            (4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Great Beginner Sax!

            By Alan-U_mTO

            from Denver, CO

            Comments about Etude EAS-100 Student Alto Saxophone:

            Bought this for my son as a Christmas gift. He'll be using it in his school band. Upon first handling the sax I was very impressed with the construction and quality. The case is much better than expected, and everything works well right out of the box. Great tone on the horn, as well.Agree with others that you'll do well to upgrade the mouthpiece and reeds. I also bought a better padded neck strap, which has helped my son (11 years old) feel comfortable when playing.All in all, a really nice horn for a fantastic price!

            (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Quality on a budget

            By Shurley O'Merley

            from Yucca Valley CA

            About Me Experienced

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Consistent
            • Easy To Play
            • Quality Craftsmanship
            • Rich Sound
            • Warm Tone

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Accompaniment
              • School Bands
              • Small Venues
              • Soundtracks

              Comments about Etude EAS-100 Student Alto Saxophone:

              I recently purchased this alto sax to broaden my musical endeavors. I am a guitarist with 20+ years under my belt. I always wanted to play sax but never thought I had what it takes to play a wind/reed instrument. I decided to purchase one anyway and to my surprise it is easier to play than I thought. My band mates who actually play sax said it is a well constructed sax that is well worth the price. I am very pleased with this purchase and recommend this for anyone who aspires to play alto or an experienced player who wants an inexpensive quality back up.

              (3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Good Saxophone

              By Learning the clarinet

              from Arkansas

              About Me Professional Musician

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              Pros

              • Easy To Play
              • Rich Sound

              Cons

                Best Uses

                  Comments about Etude EAS-100 Student Alto Saxophone:

                  I play guitar and drums and I wanted to learn sax also, so I bought this EAS-100 alto and I am well pleased with it. It has a good sound and tone. No problems with it and my sax instructor liked it also.

                  (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  5.0

                  I would buy it again.

                  By Big Al.

                  from Dorset Vt.

                  About Me Professional Musician

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                  Pros

                  • Consistent
                  • Easy To Play
                  • Quality Craftsmanship
                  • Rich Sound
                  • Very Smooth
                  • Warm Tone

                  Cons

                  • None

                  Best Uses

                  • Blues And Jazz
                  • Small Venues

                  Comments about Etude EAS-100 Student Alto Saxophone:

                  This sax is a novice to intermediate horn with a great sound.
                  Team it up with a A 5 Rico Royal mouthpiece, and you'll have a nice blues warm sound. Musicians Friends always stands behind their products, you can't lose.
                  Big Al.

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