THE ULTIMATE BEGINNERS GUIDE TO LEARNING SAXOPHONE

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INTRODUCTION

Welcome - you're in the right place.

Whether your style is the roaring sound of King Curtis, the virtuosic mastery of Charlie Parker or the smooth tones of Kenny G - if you're like most newcomers to the saxophone, you've got questions, and lots of them.

That's where I can help!

My name's Jeremy, I'm a professional saxophonist and founder of SaxTuition.

Below is my Ultimate Guide to Starting the Saxophone - including what gear you'll need, what sax to choose, addressing the most common beginner concerns, and a bit of info about learning the saxophone here at SaxTuition.

If you've got any questions, don't worry - I'm here to help!
Simply email me anytime at hello@saxtuition.com

Good luck on your saxophone journey!

-Jeremy

Jeremy Trezona - Saxophone Instructor

Jeremy is an award winning saxophonist who has played at Coachella, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Conan O'Brien, The Today Show and many more. He holds a Masters in Music from the University of Southern California and is based in Perth, Australia.

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SKIP OR READ ON...

Short on time? Skip to exactly what you need!

  • 1 - ALTO, TENOR OR SOPRANO?
  • 2 - BEST BEGINNER SAXOPHONE BRANDS (2022)
  • 3 - ALL THE GEAR YOU NEED (AND DON'T!)
  • 4 - COMMON MISCONCEPTIONS
  • 5 - START YOUR FIRST SAX LESSON
  • 6 - THE SAXTUITION BEGINNER SERIES

UNDERSTANDING THE SAXOPHONE TYPES

Alto, Tenor or Soprano: What's the best saxophone to start on?

Did you know that there isn't just one common type of saxophone? In fact - there's 4!
Leaving aside the baritone (which sadly is too large and expensive for most newcomers) that leaves 3 enticing choices for the budding saxophonist.

Soprano Sax Busking

SOPRANO SAXOPHONE

Small and sultry, this is the saxophone used by many smooth jazz artists such as Kenny G and Dave Koz.

Beginners should know this is the most difficult saxophone to learn on, as its small size can make it quite unforgiving from a technical standpoint.

An added drawback is that with the exception of a few generic branded saxes on Amazon and eBay, few brands actually make soprano saxophones at a beginner price point - given that it's not generally considered a 'beginner' instrument.

Still, many committed newcomers and those with previous woodwind experience tackle the soprano because quite simply - they love it too much not to!

Challenging? Yes.
Impossible? No.

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ALTO SAXOPHONE

Classic, versatile, affordable - there's many reasons why the alto saxophone is the most popular saxophone on the market.

You've heard it on thousands of records, on radios, televisions and stages everywhere.

Charlie Parker, Cannonball Adderley, Dave Sanborn, Candy Dulfer and Paul Desmond
are just a few legendary alto players.

For many, the alto hits the sweet spot for size, weight, ergonomics and tone, which is why more beginners start on the alto than any other type of saxophone.

Plus - being the most popular saxophone has another added benefit - it's also the cheapest!

Put simply - if you start your saxophone journey on alto - you can't go wrong.

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Man Tenor Saxophone Practice

TENOR SAXOPHONE

With it's deep, commanding sound and impressive tonal flexibility, the tenor saxophone is the 2nd most popular choice for a beginner saxophonist.

Think Michael Brecker, King Curtis, John Coltrane, Lenny Pickett (SNL), Sonny Rollins and Stan Getz for just a few examples of this legendary saxophone.

Although the larger size makes for a slightly heavier instrument, the tenor is actually no more difficult to play than the alto saxophone.

So then - what's the downside?

Well, due to the difference in size, you can expect to pay around 50% more for a tenor compared to a similar alto.

For many beginners, that's a small price to pay for the instrument they love.

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SAME TECHNIQUE, DIFFERENT SAXES

Although the saxophones mentioned above are pitched differently and have their own unique tone/s, the fingerings and techniques of each of these saxophones is the same.

Whilst you can expect an 'adjustment phase' when switching from one saxophone to another (it takes time to get used to the size differences) generally speaking if you can play one type of sax, you can play the others too!

That means you could start on alto and switch to tenor or soprano further down the track if that's what your heart desires...

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BEST BRANDS OF SAXOPHONE (UPDATED 2022)

What saxophone should you actually buy?

Choosing the right saxophone for you is a straightforward process - once you settle on a budget. Here are my picks for best beginner saxophone in 2022!

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BEST BEGINNER SAX
($500 USD approx.)

JEAN PAUL USA AS-400

For around $500 USD, there's no other saxophone I've seen brand new that can compete with this handy sax at this price point.

In my review of this saxophone, I found it to play in tune with an impressive, bright tone, be well set-up for a beginner and have a great list of inclusions (including a fantastic case!)

Better yet, each and every Jean Paul saxophone gets professionally set up and checked by expert woodwind technicians in Florida before shipping to the customer.

Frankly, that's virtually unheard of for saxophones at this price point.

With only relatively minor drawbacks expected for the category, the Jean Paul AS-400 is an excellent choice for beginners venturing out into the saxophone world.

Jean Paul USA AS-400

Comparable saxes in the Jean Paul USA range:

TS-400 (Tenor Saxophone)

SS-400GP (Soprano Saxophone)

(Both of these instruments are comparable to the AS-400)

Jean Paul USA AS-400 Alto Saxophone
Yamaha YAS-280 Alto Saxophone

BEST BEGINNER SAX
(Any Budget)

YAMAHA YAS-280

At around $1300 USD, if there's one drawback of the Yamaha YAS-280 it's that it's not exactly cheap!

However, what you get for your money is a saxophone that you could potentially play for the rest of your life - even professionally - if that is where your journey leads you.

Yamaha have a well earned reputation for quality, and whilst some will say that these new saxophones can't compete with their older, Japanese made forerunners, these new horns still have a level of finish and attention to detail that means they comfortably keep their crown as 'king' of the entry-level saxophones.

If you want the peace-of-mind of owning a beginner saxophone without compromise, you really can't go past the legendary Yamaha brand.

Yamaha YAS-280 

Comparable saxes in the Yamaha range:

YTS-280 (Tenor Saxophone) *
YSS-475II (Soprano Saxophone) **

Currently unavailable on Amazon - check other stores.
** Yamaha don't offer a 'beginner' soprano as such, this is the intermediate model.

BEST BEGINNER SAX
(Pre-Owned)

Yamaha YAS-23 / AS-100

In my review of the YAS-23 / AS-100 I dubbed this instrument the "2nd most legendary saxophone" ever made.

Because, if you do a quick poll current of professional saxophone players, there is hardly anyone who hasn't touched this instrument in one form or another.

Many pro's have kept their YAS-23 as a reliable backup horn, and others still play theirs professionally. In fact, these instruments are a big part of why Yamaha have such a legendary standing in the saxophone world.

Made in Japan in the 80's, 90's and early 00's, these instruments are still in wide circulation today and can often be found pre-owned for around $500 USD - fantastic value for the horn you get - even if it's 20+ years old.

Don't be fooled by the lack of engraving, a few light scratches and an underwhelming carry case - if you can find one in good condition, these saxophones are still an outstanding buy.

Comparable saxes to the YAS-23:

YTS-23 / TS-100 (Tenor Saxophone)

Note:  As this saxophone is no longer produced, there are no direct links to purchase. Keep an eye out on Craigslist, Facebook or eBay instead!

Yamaha YAS-23 Alto Saxophone

The YAS-23 / AS-100 and the YTS-23 / TS-100 are actually the same saxophones. There is no comparable soprano sax in this range.

BUT WHAT ABOUT THIS SAXOPHONE?

One of the most common questions I receive is "what do you think of [insert saxophone brand from Amazon/eBay here]?"

The reality is dozens of new brands of saxophone appear online every year - and these brands often disappear quickly and without explanation. Apart from the seller who sold you the instrument, most of these brand names have no website, contact details or 'identity' - it is simply a stamp applied to the saxophone from a Chinese factory, which can be interchangeable at any time.

Whilst there are bound to be a few standouts in the bunch, unfortunately it's not feasible to review every brand new saxophone hitting the market. Should you avoid these saxophones completely? No - particularly if you have a very tight budget - any sax is better than no sax after all!

However, the very nature of the online marketplace makes it difficult to make firm recommendations on these instruments when they can change or disappear at any time. If you'd like to know more, check out my review of the "World's Cheapest Sax" below!

WORLD'S CHEAPEST SAX REVIEW

WHAT GEAR DO YOU NEED TO GET STARTED?

Don't get caught out - make sure you have everything you need before starting your first saxophone lesson.
Watch the video below or read on for a complete list of the essentials.

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THE 'MUST HAVES'

YOU CAN'T PLAY SAXOPHONE WITHOUT THEM...

Alto Saxophone On Stand

A 'WORKING' SAX

It might seem self explanatory, but if you're buying a second hand saxophone (or inheriting one) it pays to have your instrument checked over by a woodwind repairer before starting your first lesson.

There's nothing worse than a beginner trying in vain to play their first few notes, when the reason they can't succeed is completely out of their control!

Mouthpiece Ligature and Neck Strap

MOUTHPIECE, LIGATURE & NECK STRAP

Don't worry, these are standard inclusions with practically every new saxophone.

However - if you're buying second hand, double check they come included to avoid an awkward first lesson experience...

Saxophone Reed

SAXOPHONE REEDS

Being a woodwind instrument, the saxophone won't make a sound unless you have a saxophone reed bound to your mouthpiece!

For beginners, I like the Vandoren Traditional or D'Addario Royal reeds, in strength 2.0

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Saxophone Cleaning Kit

CLEANING KIT

I would consider a basic cleaning kit to be an absolute necessity whilst learning saxophone.

A swab (a.k.a. pull-through cloth), polishing cloth and cork grease is all you'll need to keep your saxophone clean during your first few months of playing.

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THE 'NICE-TO-HAVES'

NOT CRUCIAL TO START WITH, BUT USEFUL TO TOOLS TO MAKE YOUR SAX JOURNEY EASIER.

KORG TM-60 Metronome Tuner

METRONOME & TUNER

Considered a must-have for any musician (regardless of instrument), a metronome and tuner helps you stay in time and in tune.

The KORG TM-60 is my personal favorite for physical units, with a clear interface and solid construction

If you'd prefer to use apps instead, I'm a fan of Cleartune (tuning app) and Metrotimer (metronome app).

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Cebulla Neck Strap Jazzlab Saxholder Harness

A 'NICE' NECK STRAP OR HARNESS

Although a basic fabric strap will be comfortable enough for most people, for long playing sessions or those with neck or back problems a padded strap or harness can really make a difference.

I like the Cebulla range of padded straps, or for the ultimate in comfort and weight distribution, the Jazzlab Saxholder.

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RICO Reed Guard IV Reed Case

REED CASE

Even a simple reed case (like the RICO Reed Guard IV) can help you maintain a simple but effective system for managing your saxophone reeds

For more information on managing reeds, you can check out this video!

At less than $10 USD on Amazon, this little reed case is a no-brainer.

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Hercules Saxophone Stand

SAX STAND

Where do you rest your saxophone when it's not in the case? A sax stand!

A sax stand holds the saxophone firmly in place without putting any pressure on the delicate keywork. It's much better for your sax than placing it on a chair or table.

I like the Hercules sax stands - they're strong and exceptionally durable.

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Music Stand for Saxophone Solid Back

MUSIC STAND

It's far easier to use a music stand for reading sheet music than a table, particularly whilst playing the saxophone.

I personally like solid back stands, as they generally hold more weight and are much sturdier than their wirey counterparts.

A good stand can also hold a phone or tablet, which is useful if you are learning sax with digital content.

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HEY, DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY...

Once you start down the saxophone rabbit hole, you will soon discover a wide range of products marketed to saxophone players in their never-ending quest to improve their tone and technique.

Professional mouthpieces, ligatures and so-called "tone-enhancers" (dubious at the best of times) should all be avoided by beginners as they can actually make the saxophone more 'difficult' to play for those in their early stages of learning.

Saxophones mutes - whilst a novel idea - are also to be avoided as the vast majority are completely ineffectual due to very nature of the saxophone's design. For more information, check out my explainer video below!

WHY DON'T SAX MUTES WORK?

COMMON MISCONCEPTIONS

Don't let a voice in your head put you off learning the saxophone. It's never too late, you've got this!

"I'M TOO OLD"

No, you're not! Whether you're fresh out of high school or deep into retirement, if you can blow up a balloon, you can blow into the saxophone.

Learning saxophone later in life can have tremendous benefits for your brain and wellbeing, as well as give you opportunities to make new friends and deepen your connections through music.

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Senior Man Learning Alto Saxophone
Saxophone Sheet Music

"I CAN'T READ MUSIC"

And that's OK! Learning how to read music actually goes hand in hand with learning how to play the saxophone.

A good instructor (or online course) will guide you through the process of learning to read music so that it's practical, natural and perfectly compliments the techniques you're learning about on the saxophone.

In short - it's easier than it looks!

"I WON'T HAVE ENOUGH TIME"

Practice makes perfect, and practice takes time - right?

Although practice is essential, what you practice is actually much more important that how much you practice.

It's possible to get as much done in 20 minutes of focussed, meaningful practice than 3 hours of unfocussed noodling.

So, if you're short on time, make sure you learn with a course or instructor who gives you clear guidelines on what to practice. If you do - you'll be just fine!

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Young Girl Playing Sax Guitar Dad

"THE SAX IS A HARD INSTRUMENT"

Although it may be 'hard to master' (just like any musical instrument), the sax is actually very beginner friendly!

It's ergonomic, responsive, has an intuitive fingering pattern, and most beginners will be able to play a simple tune right from their very first lesson.

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"I CAN'T AFFORD LESSONS"

There's no doubt that in-person saxophone lessons can be expensive. The good news is, it's not the only way to learn!

Online courses (like the SaxTuition Beginner Series) allow beginner players across the globe access to high quality saxophone lessons, songs and exercises, and demo tracks for a fraction of the price of hiring a private tutor.

Better yet - the content can be accessed at any time - meaning you can always learn the saxophone on your schedule.

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SaxTuition Beginner Series

The SaxTuition Beginner Series is a beginner saxophone course with a difference - lessons are taught in a clear, natural and easy to understand way.

Does this sound like you?

You're an adult beginner and you've wanted to learn the saxophone for a long time.

You love the sultry tone of the saxophone, jazz music, and most importantly, you've finally got the time to learn.

So, you start searching online.

You discover the internet is awash with saxophone content, but making sense of it all feels like ice skating whilst learning Arabic at the same time!

(You feel the joy of saxophone slowly starting to fade...)

Sooner or later, you'll start encountering these:

The top 3 challenges of learning sax online.

The first challenge is never knowing what to look for next.

There's a lot of information out there, but what's really important at this early stage in your journey? A common trap beginners can fall into is skipping over some of the most important aspects of playing the saxophone, without even knowing it!

The first challenge is never knowing what to look for next.

There's a lot of information out there, but what's really important at this early stage in your journey? A common trap beginners can fall into is skipping over some of the most important aspects of playing the saxophone, without even knowing it!

Avoid this pitfall.

...  at all costs!

Spending hours trawling the internet just to look for the right information is exhausting, and getting caught in this trap is the most common reason beginners abandon their saxophone dreams before ever really getting started.

(That's a lot of wasted sax talent...)

Senior Man Tenor Saxophone Jazz Club

Am I too old?

In our experience, one of the biggest concerns adults have about starting the saxophone is thinking they're too old!

Interestingly, this comes as often from those in their 20's and 30's as it does from those over 70.

You are never too old to start an instrument, and the saxophone is no exception. Our students are almost entirely adults, from all across the globe.

Most are just starting their saxophone journey, some are returning after a 50 year hiatus!

If you're interested in learning more about the benefits of learning an instrument as an adult, check out Never Too Late To Learn an Instrument from NPR, and The Joy of Learning to Play An Instrument Later in Life from the Wall Street Journal.

What if I'm too old?

In our experience, one of the biggest concerns adults have about starting the saxophone is wondering if they're too old!

Interestingly, this comes as often from those in their 20's and 30's as it does from those over 70.

You are never too old to start an instrument, and the saxophone is no exception. Our students are almost entirely adults, from all across the globe.

Most are just starting their saxophone journey, some are returning after a 50 year break!

If you're interested in learning more about the benefits of learning an instrument as an adult, check out Never Too Late To Learn an Instrument from NPR, and The Joy of Learning to Play An Instrument Later in Life from the Wall Street Journal.

The SaxTuition difference.

why our approach matters...

Most online saxophone courses divide the process of learning the saxophone into short, single topic videos - e.g. if you want to learn how to tongue, you watch the 'tonguing' video!

Why doesn't this work? Put simply, that's not how a real lesson is taught! Effective lessons allow you to work on multiple skills at once, and give you carefully chosen songs and exercises to try out your new skills.

The SaxTuition Beginner Series uses real, in-person lessons as inspiration for how each lesson is taught, allowing for faster progress on the saxophone and a much more natural learning experience.

If you enjoyed the first lesson, you'll know what we're talking about!

Most online saxophone courses divide the process of learning the saxophone into short, single topic videos - e.g. if you want to learn how to tongue, you watch the 'tonguing' video!

Why doesn't this work? Put simply, that's not how a real lesson is taught! Effective lessons allow you to work on multiple skills at once, and give you carefully chosen songs and exercises to try out your new skills.

The SaxTuition Beginner Series uses real, in-person lessons as inspiration for how each lesson is taught, allowing for faster progress on the saxophone and a much more natural learning experience.

If you enjoyed the first lesson, you'll know what we're talking about!

Meet Jeremy, your instructor.

plus, learn more about the series!

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12 Lesson Videos

At the cornerstone of the series are 12 saxophone lesson videos (over 3 hours of video content) designed to teach you how to play saxophone from scratch. Each lesson picks up where the last one left off, making the whole series easy to follow!

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PDF eBook

For every lesson video, there's an accompanying chapter in the 68 page eBook which backs up the techniques being taught and gives you a ton of fun pieces and exercises to play! If you've never read music before, the book walks you through the steps of understanding music notation.

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Playalong Tracks

With over 200 playalong tracks for each and every piece in the book, you'll always have a track to jam along with! Because learning new songs is always easier when you have an audio reference, nearly every piece and exercise in the book comes with slow and fast versions.

12 Lesson Videos

At the cornerstone of the series are 12 saxophone lesson videos (over 3 hours of video content) designed to teach you how to play saxophone from scratch. Each lesson picks up where the last one left off, making the whole series easy to follow!

PDF eBook

For every lesson video, there's an accompanying chapter in the 68 page eBook which backs up the techniques being taught and gives you a ton of fun pieces and exercises to play! If you've never read music before, the book walks you through the steps of understanding music notation.

Playalong Tracks

With over 200 playalong tracks for each and every piece in the book, you'll always have a track to jam along with! Because learning new songs is always easier when you have an audio reference, nearly every piece and exercise in the book comes with slow and fast versions.

How far will i go?

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Learn Every Note

The SaxTuition Beginner Series covers every note of the regular range on the saxophone, so you'll learn all the fingerings needed to play your favourite tunes!

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Play Great Songs

From jazz, classical, folk and in-between you'll learn a wide variety of fun, challenging songs that you can perform for concerts, friends or family.

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Develop musicianship

SaxTuition doesn't just teach the saxophone, we teach you how to be a well rounded musician. That includes reading music, understanding pitch, tuning, rhythm and much more.

Go beyond the basics.

Most beginner saxophone courses wrap up shortly after you've learnt your first few notes and a couple of basic songs.

With the SaxTuition Beginner Series, by the end of the course you'll be playing more challenging songs too!

Just like a real lesson, our lessons cover multiple skills at once, with every song and exercise carefully chosen to develop those skills.

To get an idea of where we build to throughout the series, have a listen to some of the songs in lessons 10 - 12.

"There's a song I'd love to learn!"

Is there a band or song that inspired you to play the saxophone? We get it.

SaxTuition gives you all the tools you need to learn virtually any music you want to play, now and into the future.

How exactly do we do that?

With SaxTuition, you'll learn every note on the saxophone, how to read music, how to articulate and most importantly - how to get a great sound!

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Above: A photo taken on-stage by Jeremy in Buffalo, NY whilst performing with Saint Motel.

Series Overview

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Take SaxTuition with you!

The SaxTuition Beginner series comes as one easy download that you can transfer to your computer, tablet or phone.

The files are designed for maximum compatibility (.pdf, .mp4, .mp3) to ensure that you have the flexibility to learn sax how you want, when you want!

A secure download link for the series is made available immediately after purchase, via email and on the order confirmation screen.

Note: The overview provided (left) only outlines the topics covered in each lesson. There's also a ton of great songs and exercises included with every lesson!

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Bonus: Christmas Collection eBook

Now included with every purchase of the SaxTuition Beginner Series, you'll also receive the SaxTuition Christmas Collection eBook!

The eBook contains 8 popular holiday tunes, perfect for beginner to intermediate saxophonists, including Away In A Manger, Deck the Halls, Hanukkah Oh Hanukkah, Jingle Bells, Joy to the World, O Come All Ye Faithful, Silent Night and We Wish You A Merry Christmas.

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What makes us Unique?

A REAL LESSON EXPERIENCE

Longer form lessons (avg. 15 mins) packed with clear, concise content. Learn a variety of skills at once!

A COMPLETE PACKAGE

12 video tutorials, a comprehensive PDF eBook, hundreds of playalong tracks and let's not forget - no subscriptions!

EXPERT INSTRUCTION

Jeremy has toured the world as a saxophonist playing at Coachella, X-Factor, Jimmy Kimmel, Conan O'Brien and many more.

A REAL LESSON EXPERIENCE

Longer form lessons (avg. 15 mins) packed with clear, concise content. Learn a variety of skills at once!

A COMPLETE PACKAGE

12 video tutorials, a comprehensive PDF eBook, hundreds of playalong tracks and let's not forget - no subscriptions!

EXPERT INSTRUCTION

Jeremy has toured the world as a saxophonist playing at Coachella, X-Factor, Jimmy Kimmel, Conan O'Brien and many more.

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SaxTuition is a small business, and we care about each and every student who learns with us. Having trouble with something in the series? Send us an email and we'd be happy to help! Otherwise, we also offer a full refund within 30 days of purchase if the series fails to live up to your expectations.

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Jeremy Trezona

Your instructor

Jeremy Trezona

Jeremy Trezona is a professional saxophonist, composer and founder of SaxTuition.

Jeremy holds a Masters of Music (Jazz Saxophone) from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, and has performed around the globe on stages such as Coachella, Central Park, The Greek Theatre, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Conan O'Brien, The Today Show, X-Factor, Milan Fashion Week and more. Jeremy is a published academic author on the topic of cross-genre saxophone performance, and is a former touring member of pop / rock group Saint Motel.

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