P. Mauriat Ships Master-97T Tenor Saxophone

Posted on August 10, 2018

ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI – P. Mauriat is thrilled to be shipping the new Master-97T Tenor Saxophone, a follow up to their critically acclaimed Master-97A. The Master-97T Tenor Saxophone was unveiled earlier this year at the 2018 winter NAMM show in Anaheim, California.

“The Master-97T brings a very new and different tonal color to our line,” says Craig Denny, Vice President – Band at St. Louis Music. “Customers will love the quality of sound and the way it feels in their hand.  It’s comfortable and it feels like home right away.”

The Master-97T is a unique dual alloy saxophone, utilizing a rose brass super VI neck and sterling silver octave pips.  Other features include an ergonomic left hand thumb rest, a 4 point body to bell brace, and extensive hand engravings.  The Master-97T is finished in a beautiful honey gold lacquer and comes complete with a case and accessories.

To learn more or to become a P. Mauriat dealer please contact [email protected] call 800-727-4512.

[Pictured: Master-97T Saxophone]

St. Louis Music/U.S. Band & Orchestra is one of the largest general distributors of musical instruments and accessories in North America. SLM is the owner of Alvarez Guitars, Austin Guitars, Knilling String Instruments, E.K. Blessing, & Sigma Guitars. The company is also the exclusive USA distributor of Dixon Drums & Hardware, Antigua, and P. Mauriat Brass and Woodwinds.  SLM also distributes over 250 brands of accessories to music stores across the USA.

 

 

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