Holiday Special! Good from Oct. 23 to Dec. 31 2020….. As many of you know at the ripe old age of 75 I am slowing down a bit….. I will be offering many specials now until the end of the year….
My Rheuben Allen VI alto saxophone features:
Hand Engraving on all Keys, Neck and Body
Beautiful Gold Lacquer
2 Necks: 1 – with a traditional neck brace, 1- 92% copper tube with the Rheuben Allen Patented
Saxophone Neck Brace with Sliding Weight System (US Patent #US 10,565,967 B2)….. comes with 3 different weights, Heavy, Medium and Light (Made in the USA) …. Slides up & down the neck brace with one hand…..
Single Post Construction to help vibration of the saxophone
Rheuben Allen High & Trill F-sharp Key Designs
Rheuben Allen designed Front F key
Selmer Style Dome Metal Tone Boosters (Made in the USA)
Hardened Brass Pivot Screws with ABS tip cover, designed and manufactured by Rheuben Allen these pivot screws give the saxophone a great feel and are basically noise free
(Made in the USA)
Rheuben Allen Heavy Neck Screw (Made in the USA) and traditional neck screw
*Single Post Construction: It simple means the post are soldered directly to the body of the saxophone. Uses less solder on the saxophone.
Once again, the Rheuben Allen BVI Alto Saxophone Features:
Brand Name: Rheuben Allen®
Model No.: RAASL-VI
Product Description: Alto Saxophone
Features: 2 necks, 1 92% Copper with the Rheuben Allen Freedom/Power Neck Brace with Sliding Weight System. 1 Brass with a traditional neck brace
Construction: Single Post
Material: Brass Saxophone and Traditional Neck, 92% Copper RA Freedom/Power Neck
Finish: Light Gold Lacquer
Engraving: Full Body and Key Hand Engraving
Case: Shaped Case with Back Pack and Shoulder Strap
The alto saxophone, also referred to as the alto sax, is a member of the saxophone family of woodwind instruments invented by Belgian instrument designer Adolphe Sax in the 1840s, and patented in 1846. It is pitched in E♭, and is smaller than the tenor, but larger than the soprano. The alto sax is the most common saxophone and is commonly used in
Concert bands, chamber music, solo repertoire, military bands, marching bands, and Jazz of course The fingerings of the different saxophones are all the same so a saxophone player can play any type of saxophone.