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System’54 R-series Core Tenor Saxophone in Pure Brass


System’54 R-series Core Tenor saxophone Pure Brass

System’54 saxophones, handmade in Taiwan, quote: ” We are sure that you have experienced the feeling of a perfect match when you play a specific saxophone for the first time; the sound, the ergonomics, the looks but above all the feeling that this saxophone is the right one for you. That is what System’54 saxophones offer you!”

R-series tenor saxophones, an important part of the sound characteristic of a saxophone is a singing and focussed sound. Many sax players are looking for this kind of warm and broad sound which is mostly found in vintage French saxophones from the 1940’s until the 1960’s.

These sound characteristics are exactly what the R-Series alto and tenor saxophones offer you!

The combination of the standard bore body with the big bell and the rolled toneholes are a unique find. The perfect layout of the keywork and the excellent intonation of the instrument finishes the job!

These horns are very well suitable for Jazz, Blues, Ballads and all other music styles where a focussed stylish saxophone sound is required.

Available on back-order



  • rolled toneholes
  • made from topgrade Japanese brass
  • enlarged Power Bell
  • adjustmentscrews in upper- and lower stack
  • Special design ’54 neck
  • high quality Pisoni pads
  • bow and bell handengraved
  • genuine dark pearls on the keytouches

Included in the package:

System 54 lightcase

• BG S10SH strap

• BG A30 cleaning schwab

• BG A65S pad dryer

• BG A11L mouthpiece cushion

• BG A62 care cloth

• cork grease

• Standard mouthpiece, cap and ligature

Additional information

Instrument Type


Product Level

Intermediate/Professional, Professional





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