Intermediate Tenor Saxophones
Product Price $3,179.00
It's no secret in the music world that beginner and professional-level instruments get more than their fair share of attention. But musicians don't go from novice to advanced overnight, and this selection of intermediate tenor saxophones is here to make sure every saxophonist can have an instrument suited to his or her capabilities - even if you're right in the middle of your progress to an ultra-high-end model. When you play one of the horns from this lineup, you can expect tonal accuracy and performance that go above and beyond what a beginner instrument could accomplish, without going so exotic in materials and design as to reach a professional price tag. Basically, they're the perfect middle ground.
With that in mind, it's worth noting that "intermediate" is a pretty broad category. This could be your second horn or maybe your third or even fourth - and the available instruments cover a wide enough range that you can surely find the best fit. For instance, if you'd like great performance on a conservative budget, the Allora Vienna Series Intermediate Tenor Saxophone could be the way to go. On the other hand, when you're in need of a horn that will last you beyond the intermediate level into your first steps as a pro, you might prefer something like the Giardinelli 812 Series Black Nickel Tenor Saxophone instead.
Maybe you're looking for a little bit more than just a horn? This section is also home to a range of kits and bundles that will gear you up with a few accessories as well. They're fantastic suggestions for players looking to upgrade everything at once, or players of other instruments looking to pick up a sax that can handle the fast progress of an experienced musician. For two shining examples, check out the Allora Chicago Jazz Tenor Saxophone Kit and the P.Mauriat LEBRAVO200T Intermediate Matte Finish Tenor Saxophone Kit.
No matter whether you choose a basic saxophone or a bundle that throws in lots of accessories along with it, you're off to a great start here. These intermediate tenor saxophones have what it takes to support a player moving up "through the ranks," so to speak. Which means that the only question left to ask is whether you have what it takes to make the most of them? There's only one way to find out!