If your sax pads are moldy, leather hardened or water damaged, we recommend having those pads replaced.
Soft gig bags and some sax cases may not work with this product. We make recommendations but you are responsible to make sure this product fits your unique sax case. WE GUARANTEE this product will fit the tone hole(s) and pad(s) of your unique sax.
Not for children under 3 years. Key Leaves will not be liable for any loss or damage arising from this product.
Key Leaves is proud to support the UT-Austin All-State Saxophone Competition and Masterclass, hosted by Saxophone Academy Austin on November 11, 2018.With $1000 of prizes up for grabs, this event offers Texas saxophonists the...Read More
SEATTLE, SEPTEMBER 11, 2018 -- Key Leaves is a new company merely months old, but their patented approach to fixing sticky saxophone key pads is winning fans and attracting heavy-weight artist...Read More
Key Leaves sax key props and the Key Leaves Vent Vine™ earned Outstanding Product designations from TheSaxophonist.org in a detailed product review by Editor in Chief, Paul Haar. "I tested both products during the thick of the Nebraska heat and humidity, and my impressions are quite emphatic. This is the absolute silliest product that I’ve ever seen… that I can’t live without. It fully delivers as advertised and is so simple and effective that I have yet to experience sticky keys since using them."Read More
When a loved one dies there may be a sax left behind that you don't know what to do with. Here are tips for the best way to store a saxophone long term,...Read More
We got creative with dry ice vapor to compare Key Leaves Vent Vine™ with the good ol' plastic end cap (or end plug). Our patents pending Vent Vine™ opens the high...Read More
Marching band can be a lot of fun but it is a higher risk activity for your saxophone. Follow these simple tips to protect and care for your saxophone while marching or playing...Read More
Our friend Kent showed us his Vito student model alto sax that was bought from a pawn shop in the early 80’s. It was played hard through high school in...Read More
Join saxophonist and Key Leaves founder, Rulon Brown, for a free lecture - The Most Disgusting Science Every Sax Player Should Know 3 PM, Friday, January 12 at the 40th International...Read More
Everyone has a story to tell and today the story of Key Leaves is featured in Music Trades magazine! The print edition hits mailboxes soon but we are so thrilled by...Read More