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Wyatt Earp

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Hello all,
I am a senior in high school and I have been playing saxophone for about six years, with musical experience prior to that. The saxophone I have now is a Keilworth student horn. It has served me quite well over the years, but it's time I move on to an intermediate horn. I can spend quite a bit of money if I have to, but I was wondering what else you all can offer as to what other options there are.

For one thing, I have discovered the Allora brand intermediate saxophone. I was wondering if you all could give me your opinions. Would this be a good choice? Is this a reputable company? etc.

Any information you all can give me would be greatly appreciated.

Wyatt Earp


ex Landrover Nut
Café Supporter
Just north of Munich
Hi, just to ask the obvious questions - which student Keilwerth do you have, and why do you want to move up (what can't/doesn't the Keilwerth do?).

Allora was a brand from the german B&S company. Not sure if they're sill made, but if so it'll be from the far East.

afik, Allora was a Pro level sax, but production finished about 5-10 years ago. Could be a really good instrument, if the price is right.
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