Yanagisawa AW020 Alto Saxophone - Bronze


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Get A Strong Tonal Core Thanks To A Re-Engineered Bore And Toneholes, Plus Many Upgraded Features  - The Yanagisawa AW020 Bronze Alto Saxophone

The upgraded replacement for the highly regarded A992 series, this AWO20 bronze model is an instrument for the accomplished player. It delivers a superb tonal range with an unmistakably darker edge thanks to the fine bronze body, and it also benefits from the WO series re-engineered bore and toneholes, and re-sourced and redesigned core brass material. This model also has many upgraded features exclusive to the WO series such as newly designed Front F Keys, Ride Side Keys and Right Pinky Key.

FLUORORESIN-SLEEVED OCTAVE ROCKER

Lost motion is eliminated and smooth octave-key action is ensured by rounding the octave rocker ends and Fluororesin-coating the receiving sleeves they contact.

C#-Bb TABLE KEY LINKAGES

The seesaw linkage between the C# and Bb table keys facilitates faster, smoother fingering technique.

C#-B TABLE KEY LINKAGES

The additional slider mechanism between the C# and B table keys is a proprietary Yanagisawa design that allows smoother finger transitions between these notes.

ADJUSTABLE VIBRATION-DAMPING BAR

This enhancement dampens sympathetic vibrations in the right-hand F# key, thus stabilizing the production of notes in the lower register.

GENUINE MOTHER-OF-PEARL TOUCHES

Indented mother-of-pearl key touches are attractive, afford the fingertips a more natural fit and feel, and are less slippery than plastic touches when wet.

METAL THUMB HOOK & REST

Designed to make minimal point contact with the body, the thumb hook enables the instrument to resonate more freely while the brass thumb rest allows for smoother response and improved tonal balance.

POINTED PIVOT SCREWS

For the utmost in precision and reliability, pointed pivot screws ensure that center arms or hinge rods are an exact fit.

SEALED, WATERPROOF PADS

Airtight pads facilitate balanced, leak-free play while quality waterproofing extends pad service life.

METAL TONE BOOSTERS

Pads equipped with metal tone boosters enhance tonal clarity and ensure excellent response at any volume, from pianissimo to fortissimo.

NEEDLE SPRINGS

Blued-steel needle springs are more elastic than the stainless-steel variety, offer faster action and render a better command of difficult passages.

DOUBLE-ARM KEYS

Dual arms prevent larger key cups from twisting or flexing under pressure and also improve durability.

TRI-POINT BRACE

The tri-point bell-bow brace ensures structural stability and rigidity and enhances resonance even at fortissimo levels.

YANAGISAWA SAXOPHONES - TONE WITH RESONANCE, FINESSE WITH POWER.

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BELL ARM KEYS

- - - - - Double Arm

  • Using double arms on the Bell Keys, helps to keep the tone holes fully sealed by removing the chances of twisting or distortion of the tone hole cup. This in turn helps ensure reliable performance and tonal integrity.

BELL BRACE

- - - - - Balanced Tri-Point Brace

  • The bell and body are firmly linked by a three-point, balanced brace which ensures structural resiliance and firm resonance, even when fortissimo is sought.

BELL KEY BUFFER

- - - - - Metal Adjustable

  • The buffers used on the bell keys are metal - and therefore offer increased longevity and accuracy over plastic - and are fully adjustable. This means the aperture of the bell toneholes are within your control.

BORE AND TONE HOLES

- - - - - WO Series Bore and Tone Holes

  • In Yanagisawa's desire to constantly innovate, all new WO series saxophones have a newly engineered bore and toneholes. This helps achieve a smoother blow and even more precise intonation.

BRASS / MATERIAL

- - - - - WO Series Brass Material

  • The WO series saxophones benefit from a newly designed, newly engineered and specially sourced brass material for improved sound and sonority.

C# - BB - B KEYS

- - - - - C# - Bb - B Rocking Key

  • The C#, Bb and B keys are all connected via a rocking / see-saw mechanism. This is a unique Yanagisawa feature and ensures the easiest transition between these pitches.

ENGRAVING

- - - - - WO10 / WO20 Style Hand Engraved

  • Yanagisawa WO10 and WO20 series saxophones now feature a uniquely styled, hand engraved pattern.

F AUXILIARY KEY

- - - - - F-Auxiliary Key

  • This mechanism fitted to the F-Aux key ensures a proper seal of the pads when playing in the low ranges of the saxophone.

FRONT F KEY

- - - - - WO Series Redesigned front F Key

  • The Front F key on WO series saxophones has been redesigned to further improve the ease of fingering.

KEY DECORATION

- - - - - White Shell Lining

  • A player's fingers will rest comfortably in the indented white shell keys. The white shell also enhances the beauty of the instrument while also preventing the player's fingers from slipping during technical passages.

KEY WORK MOUNTING

- - - - - Rib Mounted

  • This is an enhanced design with the keys mounted to a rib plate which in turn is mounted to the body. This not only gives added strength to the keywork, but has the added benefit of improved resonance and tonal stability.

MOUTHPIECE

- - - - - Ebonite Mouthpieces

  • Ebonite mouthpieces are favoured for their warm tone and ability to fit into an ensemble seamlessly. However, as players discover their own voice, switching to another style of mouthpiece can open up a whole world of new tonal possibilities. Metal mouthpieces are often favoured by Jazz players or soloists who need to stand out from the crowd.

OCTAVE KEY TYPE

- - - - - U

  • Key: Eb
  • Range: Low Bb to High F#
  • Body: Bronze
  • Bow: Bronze
  • Bell: Bronze
  • Keys: Brass
  • Finish: Lacquered
  • Neck: Bronze
  • Neck Type: Detachable Neck
  • Case: Fabric Covered, Woodshell case with outer pocket and Backstraps

Manufacturer: Yanagisawa
Model: AW020
Warranty: See manufacturer website for details
SKU: I307354-1