The TS-660 features reinforced braces, rods, and keys to ensure your horn isn't falling out of adjustment after bumping into the sofa. Because the more you play, the more accidents can happen...
We play-test and set up every single saxophone we ship from our Miami, FL HQ. So, your sax is ready to play, right out of the box.
No added cost for setup or anything like that. Just you and your saxophone ready to be enjoyed.
The TS-660 comes with an improved key shape in the low Eb / low C keys for easier transitions - a feature we're bringing down from our our pro line for better playability for the advancing player.
I own a Yamaha YAS 62-iii, it is a solid alto but I wanted to pick up tenor so I shopped around. Saw this brand and decided to give it a shot and was not disappointed at all. Plays like a Yamaha YTS Custom Z but at a 3rd of the price. Solid case with no wiggle room, saxophone sounds smooth and easy to play. Definitely will be buying from Jean Paul USA here on out, their quality is right up there with Yamaha but significantly cheaper. If you're looking for a horn that isn't one of the well-known brands (Yamaha, Selmer, Yanigisawa) but can still keep up, I highly recommend Jean Paul USA's intermediate to professional line.
This is a great looking saxophone and I think the price is as well. It arrived within a week, the packing was very good. I would love to give a 5 star rating but I’ve asked three times to please send me the missing neck strap and they promised it would be mailed that day. I’ve been waiting for the neck strap since January 4th. Secondly, I questioned why my TS-660 is labelled TS-600? They informed me that some of their instruments are mislabelled.
Great set up right out of the box. Fully playable and great sound I love it.
Incredible horn for the price! Would highly recommend and customer service is amazing as well!
In general the Sax is a good build but some of the palm and lower keys could be more accessible to the fingers. For the money the sax is a good value and well put together. I am still getting the feel of the horn in general and getting use to the lower and palm key placement.