All About Saxophones

Thank you for visiting this website.
This site welcomes all saxophone players and will offer especially beginners and students the necessary and useful information to make a motivated and well-founded start as a saxophonist.



The team of All About Saxophones consists out of players, teachers, repair and sound technicians.
Each will be introduced to you on the relevant pages or in the posts and articles to which they contributed.

Our mission is to guide you on your journey to becoming the saxophonist that you want to be.
Although you will still have to learn from your own mistakes we can, and will, prevent you from making those mistakes that come with an unfriendly price tag.

To make sure of this, we only suggest and promote services, programs and instruments that are tested or reviewed, by our team, and have proven to work well.
All saxophones on display on the site are appraised before we advertise them, all come with a quality assessment sheet. Details of how the quality assessment is carried out can be found on the missionAAS Mission Statement page, click the icon on the right to access the page.

All of the horns come from sellers that we have worked with before and of whom we know that they know their business.
We always welcome and gladly answer any questions that you may have.
We also enjoy and encourage you to leave us any of your comments or suggestions,  feel free to leave a message on the bottom of this page or sent an email to allaboutsaxophones@gmail.com
I will personally answer you.

I hope you will enjoy this site and look forward to being of service to you.





Start right here, or go back to the top for the full menu.top

…………………   1 select your instrument and setup
…………………   2 get you a great teacher or teaching program
…………………   develop your sound and skills
…………………   4 record your music and get noticed


Jazz stands for freedom. It’s supposed to be the voice of freedom:
Get out there and improvise, and take chances, and don’t be a perfectionist !
leave that to the classical musicians.
-Dave Brubeck-

4 thoughts on “Home

  1. Olga

    Hi, Ron!
    My son wants to learn to play the Saxophone. I did not know much about Saxophones, but your site did give me a good start to finding out more. I consider this as a good information source for us.

    1. Ron Post author

      Hi Olga,
      Sorry that the site is “under construction” today.
      It will be fully back up tomorrow.
      Please check the “Support Center”. we offer 30 min trial lessons for free!

  2. Jay Shaw

    Hi buddy its Jay from WA just wanted to help you out by giving you a click and comment, and also clicked the Amazon link. Your site is looking great and keep up the good work.

    Jay Shaw


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