Wind Instruments

Wind Instruments
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4.8 out of 5


on Jan 09, 2024

I purchased this saxophone for my daughter, who already plays several wind instruments and wanted to explore learning the saxophone.

on Sep 22, 2023

While my son was using this instrument, the front water valve's screw became misplaced, creating a problem. Unfortunately, we couldn't simply buy a replacement screw and instead had to take it to a repair shop. Although the repair only cost $30, it would have been more convenient if the necessary parts were readily available for purchase.

on Aug 08, 2023

We couldn't be happier that our niece chose the Glarry flute over the violin. She practices for 2-3 hours each day, whenever she finds a spare moment. The results of her lessons are starting to show, and her love for the flute shines through.

on Aug 05, 2023

This saxophone is a perfect pick for beginners! My only small gripe is that it didn't come with a beginner book, which would've been super handy. But hey, let me tell you, my granddaughter is absolutely loving it! Seeing her enthusiasm makes this purchase totally worth it

on Aug 02, 2023

Don't set high expectations at this price, but as a beginner's instrument, it's quite nice. Don't expect miracles, but it serves its purpose well.

on Jul 25, 2023

Overall, I have a positive impression of this product, but I did notice that the wooden component chips rather quickly. Apart from that, all other aspects are satisfactory.

on Jul 16, 2023

Overall, this product offers good quality for beginners. The stand may not be the best, but considering the price, it's more cost-effective to buy rather than rent.

on Jul 13, 2023

I rated it 4 stars mainly due to the poor quality of the included mouthpiece. However, once I switched to my own high-quality mouthpiece, the saxophone played exceptionally well. It turned out to be a fun instrument, and I was pleasantly surprised by its impressive sound. I initially bought it for parades, but it also performs admirably in concert band settings.

on Jun 09, 2023

Works and my son like to play it

Brass instruments are instruments that are played by the musician blowing into a tub in order to make a sound. The vibration of the lips as the player blows into the instrument is what really makes the sound. Pitch of the sound can also be altered by the player by changing the pressure from the lips which is put against the mouthpiece. The valves on these instruments are opened and closed by using the keys pressed by the player's fingers and these valves are what allow the musician to alter the sound that is being made.  Just like trumpet, tuba, cornet, baritone horn are generally made with valves.

Brass instruments are best known for their bold tones and are often used in music to add power to the overall sound. Some have a rich sound while others can have more of a sharp sound that cuts through.