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The new and news-making Theo Wanne saxophone is called, The MANTRA. A mantra is a sound, or group of sounds, that leads the speaker to freedom! The feeling of freedom and full self-expression is what the MANTRA saxophone and its
history-changing innovations are designed to produce.

Critical designs, parts and assembly are done at the Theo Wanne factory in Bellingham, WA USA, and at in NC, USA. Theo has created a uniquely designed mouthpiece for the MANTRA tenor in-line with its full bodied, huge projecting sound.

The saxophone neck is the most crucial part of a horn’s sound and soul. Theo has applied new concepts to his patentpending design that have proven to be a quantum leap forward in neck design. His completely redesigned neck tube has nothing soldered to it except at the octave pip, which must be there. It has no keys, guides, or braces soldered to the tube to dampen it. The octave key rides on cartridge ball bearings, and is completely isolated from the neck tube and brace.

This is one of over 30 innovations and features. Music Inc. Magazine says,” Theo Wanne MANTRA Sax is one of the Top 50 Products from NAMM 2012.”

Just like with saxophone mouthpieces, Theo Wanne has owned and studied every type of vintage and new saxophone. He has combined the huge and beautiful sound of the vintage horns (such as his favorite Conn Chu and Selmer Mark VI saxophones) with the intonation and playability of modern horns. Theo has then applied innovative thinking and advanced technology to create a historically superior saxophone.

Theo Wanne is the world expert on woodwind mouthpieces. The company is respected for its revolutionary products that inspire musicians and is considered the world’s premier woodwind mouthpiece manufacturer.

You can learn more about Theo Wanne™ by watching their new company video, or visiting their new website. 34210
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