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New Copper Saxophones NAMM 2016

We will be introducing the new G-Series 85% Copper Body saxophones and the new G-Series Mouthpiece at NAMM in 2017.  We will also show the current G-Series saxophones and any other new accessories we have in development.
Kenny NAMM

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Public Notice

Public Notice: 4.28.2016

There are manufactures in Mainland China making saxophones with the Kenny G name on them.  These Kenny G saxophones are not authorized by Kenny G, Rheuben Allen and/or A & K Global Enterprises, Inc. the parent company for Kenny G saxophones.

 

The Chinese government does not regulate or protect the use of names and anyone can use any name they want on a product. The government offers no protection for names or designs.
These companies sell these instruments keeping the money and the quality is very poor.

A & K Global Enterprises, Inc. does not warranty any of these instruments nor do we authorize their manufacture or the use of the brand name Kenny G.

The only way to get a real Kenny G Saxophone is to purchase it from an authorized dealer and those names are on www.kennygsaxophones.com for the US market.

Thanks,

 

Rheuben Allen Managing Partner &

On Behalf of A & K Global Enterprises, Inc. and Kenny G Saxophones

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Why is it harder to play soprano sax than my tenor?

Why is it harder to play soprano sax than my tenor?

Playing the soprano is very different than playing the alto or tenor. The tenor and alto tend to respond with a loose embouchure and many tenor players strive to keep the embouchure loose for a big sound.

Soprano needs a little firmer embouchure to play it well. Not tight so it does not respond but firm mostly for the upper register response.

Fro example when you first play the high notes just pushing the key does not mean the note will come in.. a slight adjustment to the embouchure is necessary.

Also the biggest mistake most players make when trying to play soprano is they do not push the mouthpiece far enough on the neck cork. If the mouthpiece is out a little too far then the bottom of the soprano and sometimes the high notes will not work.

Pushing the mouthpiece in helps on most saxophones for the response. Find what is called the “Sweet Spot” where everything works.