Prodigy alto saxaphone

by Rocoe Perkins
(Pittsburgh Pa)

My daughter plays a saxaphone in her high school band. I know nothing at all about saxaphones. I live on 700.00 a month income. I found a saxaphone in a magazine called heartland america. The name of the saxaphone is prodigy. They are asking 299.00 for this prodigy alto saxaphone. I want to get my daughter a good quality saxaphone that will hold up for many years to come. I do not want to buy my daughter a piece of junk. I want to ask what the quality level is of a prodigy alto saxaphone and what would be the life time expectency of a prodigy alto saxaphone. Once again I have to live off of 700.00 a month so I cant come up with thousands of dollars for a alto saxaphone. Although if my name was Bill Clinton thing's might be a little different. Could someone pllllllllleeeeaaaassssssseeeee help, because God knows that I need it.
Thank You
Sincerely Roscoe H Perkins Jr.

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Jan 15, 2010
Prodigy Alto
by: Alan

Roscoe --

Go to Ask the same question in the link for Sax vs Sax. The people on that site are very knowledgeable & may be able to help.

Jan 27, 2010
The Best Sax
by: Anonymous

Get a YAMAHA!!!!

Feb 02, 2010
Used Horn
by: Edward

Prodigy is a beginner horn. My suggestion would be to look for a good used horn. Conn makes a good horn and so does Yamaha. You may want to check some of the pawn shops. These horns will last a long time and will give you a much better sound.

Sep 10, 2010
by: Anonymous

First step, learn to spell the word "Saxophone". (Hint, it's at the top of the page.)

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