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Weril launches Supremo professional saxophone

Weril Supremo professional alto saxophone Originally launched at winter Namm show 2006, Weril Supremo saxophones were also showcased at Musikmesse Frankfurt 2006. Designed for the professional muscian, Weril's Supremo Sax was developed and tested by Brazilian and foreign musicians including Leo Gandelman, Carlos Malta and Ted Nash, who also helped finding a name forthe new model during the final phase of tests.
The new Supremo saxophone was developed to combine appearance, sound quality, and convenience. The new key design using original mother-of-pearl provides better and more comfortable fingering. Smooth action is provide by the Supremo's needle-type springs for quicker response and better sealing, with the conical pillars essential for professional models. Its tonality is balanced, with more body than usual. Natural cork was used throughout and adjustments were made to the bell holes. The Supremo is available as alto, tenor and soprano model.
Weril, the Brazilian maker of wind instruments, has distributors in 60 countries all over the world.
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