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LJ Hutchen Alto Saxophone

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Overview

Quality exceeding expectations with a price that's in tune with any budget.

Featuring unbeatable craftsmanship, superior design, and the finest materials available; many educators consider the LJ Hutchen alto saxophone to be the perfect choice for student musicians. Sharing numerous attributes with more expensive brands, the LJ Hutchen alto saxophone truly is an outstanding value! 

  • Heavy-duty brace to prevent misalignment
  • Metal thumb-rest 
  • Carefully designed pinky keys to also accommodate young hands
  • Specially treated pads for durability

About LJ Hutchen Band Instruments

LJ Hutchen band instruments allow young musicians to learn without the frustration that comes with playing a poorly designed product. The materials used throughout the LJ Hutchen line are simply the best available. Every instrument is double-bench tested and meets the most stringent level of quality before shipment. With pricing and warranty terms being some of the best offered in today's instrument market, the LJ Hutchen brand is an outstanding option. Because these instruments are predominantly used by students, the highest quality is not only necessary, it is imperative for successful music education.

Most comprehensive warranty in the music business.

As with all LJ Hutchen band instruments, the LJ Hutchen alto saxophone comes with a 2-Year Warranty.

Included Accessories

  • Plush-lined hardshell case
  • USA made mouthpiece 
  • Plastic mouthpiece cap
  • Ligature
  • Cork grease
  • Neck strap
  • Reed

Specs

Level:
Standard
Key:
Eb with high F#
Neck:
Standard
Neck Material:
Yellow brass
Body Material:
Yellow brass
Bell:
Yellow brass
Key Material:
Yellow brass
Key Buttons:
Plastic
Finish:
Nickel-plating (keys), Clear baked epoxy lacquer (body)
Tone Holes:
Drawn
Auxiliary Keys:
Front F
Spring Type:
Blued-steel
Pad Type:
Waterproof leather, woven felt, domed metal resonator, cardboard back
Thumb Hook:
Adjustable metal
Pivot Screw:
Straight-tapered, headed
Mounting:
Post-rib construction

Reviews

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  1. Good info 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 23rd Jan 2014

    Very nice site!

  2. Update: Still Playing and Enjoying L J Hutchen Alto Saxophone 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Oct 2013

    I just performed my first solo with my new L J Hutchen Alto Saxophone before an audience at church of over 150 people. (I had just turned 64 on October 26 and I played on October 27 after 40 years without playing a note. I have practiced for about a year now - first with my old Beuscher Alto and then with the L J Hutchen Alto that I purchase in June.) I was very nervous but the horn played easily. The sound was beautiful and full. Afterwards people complimented me which, of course, felt good. One person said she was moved almost to tears because of the beauty of the music. Needless to say I'm extremely satisfied with the quality of the L J Hutchen Alto Saxophone. It is a wonderful instrument especially at such a reasonable price. I am blessed!

  3. Saxophone 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 30th Sep 2013

    very well made. great price.

  4. LJ Hutchen Saxophone Awesome Deal 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd Jul 2013

    After purchasing the LJ Hutchen Alto Saxophone a few weeks ago, I can only continue to give praise to Hyson Music Company. The horn was shipped quickly, packaged carefully, and performed wonderfully. I was not expecting such quality in a musical instrument that came with such a remarkably low price. Now that I have had nearly a month to use and practice with my new horn, I still believe that the quality surpassed any of my expectations. I have officially retired my Beuscher Alto since the new horn plays more easily and with robust sound. I can produce the "dry martini" sound that I enjoyed from saxophonist, Paul Desmond, too. (I am using a Yamaha 4C mouthpiece with 2.5 Vandoren reeds.)

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