How much does a pro alto saxophone cost?

Beginner saxophones usually range in cost from $800 to $2,700. Intermediate, or step-up saxophones usually range in cost $2,000 to $3,000 and entry level pro saxophones (still largely played by advanced students) around $3,000 and up.

Is Alto Professional A good brand?

Part of InMusic Brands—parent company to Alesis, Akai and M-Audio—Alto Professional has evolved into a recognized live sound reinforcement solutions brand, thanks to overall affordable prices and burgeoning sales. I’ve personally discovered notably high overall quality and innovative ideas in the brand, too.

What are the best professional alto saxophones?

5 Best Professional Saxophone Reviews and the Best Professional Saxophone Brands

  • Yamaha YAS-62 Professional Alto Saxophone Lacquered.
  • Selmer AS42 Professional Alto Saxophone Lacquer.
  • Yamaha YAS-82ZII Custom Z Alto Saxophone Silver Plated.

Why are saxophones so expensive?

Some saxophones are based off very old designs while others are the result of many years of prototypes and testing with world class artists. The cost of R&D has to be built into the price. A huge part of the cost is labor. Even instruments that have machine stamped parts must still be assembled by trained workers.

Who manufactures Alto?

Numark Industries
# # # About Alto Professional Established in 2000, Alto Professional has been manufacturing quality live sound reinforcement equipment. In 2010 Jack O’Donnell, president and owner of Numark Industries, acquired the company.

Where is Alto speakers made?

Alto products made in China.

Are buffet saxophones good?

Buffet-Crampon has re-entered the saxophone market with a strong product. This is a saxophone that I could easily make my primary horn, a sax I would be proud to take to any gig. It looks good, it plays good, it sounds great. Then there’s the price point.

Why is alto on stop signs?

“Alto” Defined According to the Spanish Royal Academy’s dictionary, the second reference to alto with “stop” as its meaning is commonly found on road signs in Central America, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru, and it comes from the German halt. The German verb halten means to stop.

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