Now you can play your saxophone without bothering your neighbours
Saxmute ONE makes it sound like a radio or a moderate conversation
A normal saxophone loudness level is typically 90—95 dBA, which is characterized "very loud".
It places a saxophone in a row with a chainsaw or a hand drill: Saxmute ONE truncates saxophone loudness by 30dB — to as low as 55—60 dBA,
It will not even bother your room mates! The Saxmute ONE is an amazing product. I believe that you have finally created something that players have needed for a very long time. No other mute works as good as Saxmute ONE. I have tried them all.
which is a normal conversation level, or the background of an average office.
Saxmute ONE truncates saxophone loudness by 30dB — to as low as 55—60 dBA,
It will not even bother your room mates!
The Saxmute ONE is an amazing product. I believe that you have finally created something that players have needed for a very long time. No other mute works as good as Saxmute ONE. I have tried them all.— Greg Osby, saxophonist, composer, producer and educator
Plastic sax mutes have been well known for years. The idea of small enclosure with sound absorbing material has well proved its efficiency. But till now, plastic mutes had serious issues with intonation, especially challenging in low register. Another issue was too constrained space for player's hands.
That's why we had to develop this new sax mute for our customers, who wanted to practice easily and naturally over the whole saxophone range. We gave more space inside — for air to flow more easily, and experimented a lot with hand holes to make them comfortable for players with various physiques.
Free-blowing, easier in lows, with comfortable handholes, instant installation and access — all that you've missed in "other" plastic saxmutes!
We also realized that carrying a saxophone (especially, tenor saxophone) with a mute on the players neck and shoulders can be tiring for your spine — even if you practice only half an hour a day. From the many feedbacks of our customers, the best option is practicing with a sax mute mounted on a stand. Saxmute ONE can be mounted onto a regular "PA Speaker stand". Setting Saxmute ONE onto the stand (and pulling it away) takes exactly 2 seconds! Alternatively, Saxmute ONE can be stacked onto any horizontal surface of proper height.
In case you decide to carry the Saxmute ONE on (this is possible for Alto model), we strongly recommend using a shoulder suspension, like JazzLab saXholder, or BG France Harness.
So these are the points, why we recommend Saxmute ONE to our customers:
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