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Not a big fan yet but The Samson airline 77 wireless can be had for $200-$250. There is a 1/4" out that can be sent to a multi-fx device. Find a used alesis q4 or something for under $100. From there to your bands PA. If you've got a bigger budget or the fx are not that big a deal to you, get a personal monitor / mini PA / keyboard or acoustic guitar amp instead.
 

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Standard guitar amp will not do. Keyboard or acoustic guitar amp is what you need. A guitar amp simply cant reproduce all the frequencies your sax can put out. Another choice would be a mini PA. As for FX - consider a vocal processor. Some, like the digitech vocalist, have phantom power and / or mic inputs. The vocalist is pretty cool in that it has delays, chorus, reverb, compression, and can play a harmony. The fx are not the greatest but are passable. There are others too. Decent loopers are not cheap.
 

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That's one of the pluses of using an fx processor like the digi vocalist. The input is an XLR with phantom power. Just one more gadget you don't have to buy. Plus the harmonies are pretty cool.
 
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