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Tenor saxophone

Series III

Réf. 2314030076

The Series III tenor  integrates many qualities of the previous models. Its main characteristic is its immense playing flexibility, significantly reducing the difficulties caused by the natural inertia of the tenor.

True to the spirit of the Series III family, this tenor is an easier instrument to play, which allows the saxophonist to “find” and develop their own sound more quickly.

It is enjoyable to play, with a generous low register and easy subtones.

Excellent response, amazing accuracy and balanced ergonomics create a close relationship between the musician and the instrument.

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Regular price 8450€
Sale price 8450€ Regular price
Recommended retail price incl. VAT (Europe)
Made in France Made in France
Certified by a professional musician Certified by a professional musician
Adjustments guaranteed in your dealer shop Adjustments guaranteed in your dealer shop
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Birth of a saxophone


The saxophone is a particularly sensitive instrument, consisting of more than 600 parts. Its production requires more than 2,000 operations.

At Henri SELMER Paris, the manufacturing process is totally integrated for a better control of quality and supply processes.

In the century-old workshops located in Mantes-la-Ville, our craftspeople use traditional, unique and authentic know-how, combining high technology with respect for traditional methods of making instruments.

Technical characteristics
ressorts aiguille en acier inox
leather with metal resonator
S80 C* mouthpiece, ligature, cap, neck strap, swab, cork grease, Light case.
low Bb / high F#
Thumb support
right hand (multidirectional) in metal

Le meilleur du saxophone

Warm sound, great tuning and flexible to any gender.
Pedro Pablo Cámara Toldos
Selmer saxophones offer a richness of colour and flexibility of tone - essential qualities for a performer.
Marie-Bernadette Charrier
Flexibility and inspiration to express what is necessary for the music. It is very important to feel supported by your instrument or, better still, to forget your instrument while you are playing. This can happen if you are happy with your instrument and it reflects your thoughts and emotions in sound.
Asya Fateyeva