In the Blessing tradition, the BAS-1287 Eb Alto Saxophone design keeps the long-term goals of the beginning saxophonist in mind. Durable, economical, and ergonomic in construction, the BAS-1287 offers the quick response, intonation, and tone usually found on more expensive instruments. A yellow brass body, bow and bell give the BAS-1287 plenty of projection and the nickel-plated keys provide the strength needed to stay in adjustment. With the range from low Bb to high F#, the BAS-1287 allows room for musical advancement and could take a beginner from grade 5-12.
If you are looking for a well-built, economical baritone saxophone for the school band, the Blessing BBS1287 Bari is what you will need. Reliable and substantial, the BBS1287 offers professional features with a range from low A key to high F#. Most importantly, the sound is rich and resonant with solid intonation. The BBS1287 comes standard with a rectangular case with 4 draw bolt latches and wheels, which make it perfect for transporting it from the band room to the stage and beyond. The Blessing BBS1287 is ideal for your first “Bari” or for a doubler to anchor a woodwind section.
Designed for durability but not at the expense of playability, the Blessing BTS1287 Tenor Sax will keep a student interested in developing their skills from elementary school through high school. The BTS1287 is a perfect place to start and grow. It has a solid feel and is easy to play providing the excellent intonation, quick response and the classic sound associated with higher end models. A yellow brass body, bow and bell give the BTS1287 plenty of projection and the nickel-plated keys provide the strength needed to stay in adjustment. With professional style key work, a high F# option and adjustable thumb rest, the BTS1287 is a competitive student saxophone at an affordable price.