John Packer JP043CG Bb Soprano Saxophone
The JP043CG Bb soprano saxophone will suit you if you are a student looking for an introduction to the saxophone or wanting to work towards your lower grades.
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The JP043CG Bb soprano saxophone will suit you if you are a student looking for an introduction to the saxophone or wanting to work towards your lower grades. You may be a professional player looking for an affordable second instrument, the JP043CG will meet that need. A great instrument to also help you explore the soprano sax solo, plus band and sax choir repertoire.
Our guide to buying your first saxophone will help you know what to look for and explains the many features found on a saxophone.
With the JP043CG you get many features that are present on models designed for the professional musician, features include:
- For instrument reliability an underslung octave mechanism
- Rust resistant blue steel springs which have better tension memory
- Italian leather pads for better seals which last longer than conventional pads
- Resonator pads to improve projection and give tone more depth
- Front F, high F#
- Floating plate design for the little finger (left hand) cluster
- Adjustable thumb for a natural and comfortable hand position
- Sling ring to also aid with comfort
All JP Instruments are covered by a comprehensive 2 year warranty against manufacturing defects. Please note this does not cover aesthetic or finish faults. For full terms & conditions visit the JP Musical Instruments website.
The JP043CG is supplied in a backpack case that can also facilitate a provided shoulder strap for ease of transportation. The case is pocketed which is suitable for storing small accessories and comes with a Bari Esprit mouthpiece, cap, ligature and a basic sling.
- Model: JP043CG
- Key: Bb
- Material: Brass
- Keywork: Gold lacquer
- Mechanism: Full keywork
- Finish: Gold Lacquer
- Lyre Box: No