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Blue Rose Bakelite Tenor mouthpiece + ligature + protection cap
Blue Rose saxophone Hard case + Shoulder band + security keys
Blue Rose standard neck chord
Hello Saxophone (The nr 1 starter’s guide to the saxophone) home study pack (download)
Stand tall with the gentleman!
Join the ranks of: Coleman Hawkins, Lucky Thompson. Lester Young, Stan Getz, John Coltrane and Sonny Rollins!
The Tenor embodies the range and versatility of the male human voice. With a powerful low register that’s rich in: deep, lush overtones and with a colorful high range that has a darker timbre than the Alto saxophone.
The Blue Rose Tenor is a classy man and a versatile bad boy! Projecting both power and grace. An instrument that channels the timbre of: Sinatra, Dean Martin or Gene Kelly, but will also follow you to the depths and grace of John Coltrane or the upbeat Caribbean vibes of Sonny Rollins. With our Blue Rose tenor you will command the attention of any crowd and bring a powerful voice into your life!
Blue Rose Tenor neck with vintage octave mechanism
Handcrafted “X pearl inlaid” keys
Vintage key guards
Vintage pearl quick F key
Vintage pearl side F# key
Available with or without High F# key
Drawn tone wholes
High quality Italian leather pads
high quality Blue steel needle springs
Neck – High quality yellow brass
Body – High quality yellow brass
Bell – High quality yellow brass
Key cups, rods & posts – High quality yellow brass
Available in full Brass or with Nickelsilver plated keys
Six unique engravings by Florian Rooz (optional) Engrave your name in your saxophone
Stan van de Wetering playing the Blue Rose Bad Boy in our short film SESSION
Efraim Trujillo (Edison award winning) Dutch Saxophone hero takes the Blue Rose Bad Boy for a little spin:
For your viewing and listening pleasure 🙂 We had a great time today with, Edison award winning, Efraim Trujillo who tried out both our Lady & The Bad Boy. Demonstrating beautifully the fluidity of our instrument and also it’s remarkable ability to subtone very easily. Thanks Efraim for some great feedback! Enjoy his wonderful sound on the tenor 😀