Hello Welcome to Saxontheweb L.A. Sax is a company importer of Asian instruments they have imported over the years many instruments from several makers both in China and Taiwan.
They are , as a brand, not bad to very good but much depends on model and on conditions.
Having said this, repairing a saxophone, any saxophone, and spending only $100 sounds cheap to me, lots of people would pay that for just having the sax professionally oiled and checking it out, replacing a few corks and felt where needed.
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Apologies if this has been covered elsewhere...I used search but didn't come up with any answers. Does anyone have an opinion on the LA Sax straight soprano's? I'm about to pick one up second hand, which is in very nice condition...seems to play well, although the intonation at the top is quite...
Absolutely fantastic horn. Tone, intonation, tuning, setup.. By far, superior to the Yani played before. I think their product cannot be beat by any of the other brands. I wouldn't pay more for any other. Just great to play.
Hi, I may be buying a soprano here soon and I was looking at L.A. Sax and WW & BW. I don't have $2000 to spend on one so these two brand are just about all I can afford at the moment. I'm really interested in the L.A. Sax saxello for $1095. But, WW & BW has a saxello for $599. Other than...
Dear all, I don't my LA sax straight soprano Saxophone (one piece) model and information. I email to LA Sax Co. asked model and information. They reply " that's older model and haven't information above it." Have anybody know it? serial no. 61140