Mendini by Cecilio MTS-LN+92D Gold Lacquer with Nickel Plated Keys B Flat Tenor Saxophone with Tuner, Case, Mouthpiece, 10 Reeds and More

Mendini by Cecilio MTS-LN+92D Gold Lacquer with Nickel Plated Keys B Flat Tenor Saxophone with Tuner, Case, Mouthpiece, 10 Reeds and More

  • Gold lacquered body with nickel plated keys Bb with high F# key tenor sax
  • Large bore, ribbed construction, quality leather pads with metal tone boosters, contoured keys with faux mother of pearl inlays
  • Includes: Pro-deluxe durable hard-shell case, mouthpiece, neck strap, a box of 10 reeds (Size 2.5"), cleaning cloth & rod, and a pair of gloves
  • Bonus: Cecilio 92-D chromatic/string tuner with metronome
  • 1 Year Warranty Against Manufacturer's Defects
Teacher approved, Mendini saxophones are the perfect instruments for the student musicians and a great addition to any level players. The large bore makes it easy for young players to get a great, full bodied sound and the fast action keys allow for easy playability for all players. The tone is deep and rich with even intonation throughout the full range. Each instrument is assembled with over 300 hand crafted parts that are all made exclusively by Cecilio. There are no off the shelf parts. Every saxophone is play tested at Cecilio's factory and re-tested at their Los Angeles distribution center to ensure that their high quality standards are met. This is why thousands of instructors have approved these saxophones. Package includes: a plush

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3 thoughts on “Mendini by Cecilio MTS-LN+92D Gold Lacquer with Nickel Plated Keys B Flat Tenor Saxophone with Tuner, Case, Mouthpiece, 10 Reeds and More

  1. Zalecyn
    42 of 46 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Very Disappointed., March 29, 2012
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    Zalecyn

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    I have played some type of saxophone for well over 9 years. When I found this online, I knew that it wouldn’t be the best saxophone I could buy, however, at the time, it was a great deal. Or so I thought. When the saxophone arrived, I attempted to play it only to discover that part of the rods were bent! In order to keep the octave key not in use, I had to turn the neck ENTIRELY around, literally do a 180 degree turn, to attempt to make anything that wasn’t a high pitched squeal come out. Needless to say, the saxophone was returned the very next day. Thankfully, Amazon refunded me of my full monetary amount. I have learned my lesson though, ordering saxophones that seem to be a great deal are not always a good deal. And to be sure to check the item as soon as I get it in the mail. Otherwise I could end up with a severely defected, brand new, musical instrument.

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  2. Bethany
    21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome Sax!, October 3, 2013
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    Bethany

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    I was concerned when I ordered this Sax. I read all of the reviews and thought to myself that if it was THAT bad when it was delivered, I’d just send it back. I have to say that the quality of this thing is easily as good as the Conn student model I had in high school. It’s sturdy, well built and gorgeous looking. All of the keys work great, and the pads are supple and seal very well. Nothing damaged at all. The reeds, while aren’t the best, are fine to start with. The tuner works great! The mouthpiece that came with it is also fine. The ONLY complaint that I have is the neck strap. The problem is that it is definitely for an Alto Sax.. I had to re-work the buckle to get it to even be remotely long enough. Other than that, the entire package is perfect. I will be buying more instruments made by this company.

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  3. Kristen S
    35 of 41 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    DO NOT BUY, September 2, 2011
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    Don’t be fooled by the cheap price! The accessories are maybe worth $380, but the sax itself is only worth $10. Even if you’re a beginner, it’s not worth it! Just by feeling the keys and the loose neck, you can tell it will probably break in the first month. It’s sounds overly honky and every key leaks air. I immediately returned it and bought a used Selmer Bundy for less. Don’t make the same mistake!

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