JP042 Tenor Saxophone

$1,445.00

Brand John Packer

The JP042 is a high performing yet attractively priced Bb Tenor Saxophone. This instrument has found a well deserved place both as a student model where is widely used in schools and also in professional environments with many players using them everyday in live and studio performances.

The JP042 benefits from excellent instrument design, with the beginner in mind but capable of a high standard of play, and is musically versatile with good tonal and dynamic characteristics. With a standard of components and specification usually reserved for more experience instruments. Constructed from yellow brass throughout the instrument has impressed many with its rigid structure and hard wearing mechanism and has even drawn very positive impressions from some expert makers.

The JP042 Bb Tenor Saxophone is available in seven unique finishes and features decorative engraving on the crook and bell. The instrument also includes adjustable thumb rests for improved comfort and high specification features such as abalone pearl keys, Italian leather pads and blue steel springs for better tension and reduced rusting.

All tenors come in a smart shaped case, upgraded mouthpiece kit and accessories. This instrument has found a place both as a step up model and also in professional environments. Play it and hear for yourself.

  • High F#
  • 'Abalone' pearls
  • Double bracing on low C & B Shaped case

EX DEMO SPECIALS  %20 TO %40 OFF!

All Ex Demo stock is fully serviced.   Discounts offered due to aesthetic wear on case and finish.

For sale in Canada only. For a list of JP instrument dealers in other countries please go to http://www.jpmusicalinstruments.com/

 

Our Take:

"As for the Packer JP042 series Tenor sax - High quality instrument that packs a real punch in the competitive entry level tenor sax market. Great bang for the buck and an even sweeter deal when you combine this with your favourite mouthpiece. Geared up for the beginner, but this horn can muster an awesome sound you'd expect only on more expensive saxophones".