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1995 : the « Series III » soprano saxophone

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The « Series III » soprano

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1995 : THE "SERIES III" SOPRANO SAXOPHONE, FIRST INSTRUMENT OF THE "SERIES III" RANGE The development of the Soprano, Alto and Tenor models took place with the collaboration of Claude Delangle, saxophone teacher at the Higher National Conservatory of Music in Paris and of Patrick Bourgoin, studio musician. For the first time, Soprano saxophones with removable necks have become available in the series. The “Series III” model is available in various finishes with or without engraving: lacquered, silver-plated, black, brushed, matt polished lacquered and gold-plated. Beyond this variety of finishes, the “Series III” is also the only model available in solid silver (body, bow, bell and neck).