If your sax pads are moldy, leather hardened or water damaged, we recommend you replace the pads.
Soft gig bags and some sax cases may not work with this product. We make recommendations but you are responsible for your sax and assume any risk from use of this product.
Our custom 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.
3 PM, Friday, January 12 at the 40th International Saxophone Symposium in Fairfax, Virginia. The Symposium runs January 12-13, 2018 at George Mason University Center for the Arts. The Key Leaves team will also be there with products for you to try and buy for your sax.
Rulon Brown will share laughter, horror and video from his year-long study of saxophone pad rot. With the help of a food scientist and two brand new Selmer® saxophones, Rulon conducted a disgusting field test playing both horns without cleaning them for a year. Yuck! This torture test helped us learn how sticky pads evolve and find better ways to care for your sax. Expect tips and tricks to keep your horn healthy and add years to the life of your saxophone.
Each year, the United States Navy Band hosts The International Saxophone Symposium, a celebration of the saxophone for all ages including performances, lectures, master classes, college bands, military bands, and marquee concerts featuring renowned soloists. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Symposium and will feature Puerto Rican jazz sax man Miguel Zenón and international classical sax star Timothy McAllister.
Key Leaves is honored to be part of the International Saxophone Symposium and share our revolutionary saxophone care products with players from around the world. Learn more about our year-long field test at KeyLeaves.com/PROOF