The most beautiful Bb soprano sax ever!
Back to the future! … The Saxello was an experiment in the 1920’s and really won many fans over. It is a classic design made famous by Rahsan Roland Kirk when it was redesigned with modern style keywork – making it easier to play.
So now, the next generation! – The Temby Saxello is the best way to enjoy this marvellous and boutique saxophone. The tonal structure is exquisite and versatile. This instrument allows you to mould the sound palette to create your own voice. Intonation is excellent and you will be noticed with the beautiful black nickel plated or silver plated finish.
The playing: the keywork is fast, smooth and comfortable. Plenty of thought has gone into designing keywork that is just in the right place, with correct angles and shapes for your hands and fingers.
The “tilted” bell gives better feedback to the player. This helps the player to mould and articulate their music and performance better, and in a more “tactile” way. Often, with a traditional straight soprano sax, the audience gets most of the benefit and hears the nuances of the sound, whilst the player may find it difficult to hear what the audience is experiencing. With the Temby Saxello, the player hears much more of the sound that is being produced from the sound of the bell reflections. This encourages a more intimate connection between player, the instrument and the audience.
Dr Robert Vincs – Victorian College of the Arts (Australia) and international saxophone recording artist, finds that he can produce tonalities and expression in his music, that he has never experienced before, and that provide a catalyst for new experimentation and exploration beyond tradition.
Temby say that this saxophone has limitless applications from traditional saxophone ensembles, to solo performance of repertoire, jazz, commercial, recording and experimentation.
This is an outstanding saxophone that deserves wide acclaim!