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Alto Saxophone
Group: Wind
Description: This is a sexy alto saxophone with a shiny brass body. It's more compact than the other saxophone types, and slightly lighter with numerous keys spread down the slender metal.
Weight: 11 1/9 lb
Size: about two feet long and about six inches wide
2 ft x 6 in
Appraise: The alto saxophone is about two feet long and about six inches wide. It is made of brass and appears to be a musicial instrument from the wind family. It is in excellent condition.
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Playing
  1. A sound so horrible that there should be a law against it comes from the [instrument] as you play it.
  2. You play some clashing notes on your [instrument].
  3. You play a boring tune on your [instrument].
  4. you timidly play a slow and simple tune on your [instrument].
  5. You play a monotonous tune on your [instrument].
  6. A clear melody sounds from your [instrument] as you play it.
  7. You play a moving tune on your [instrument].
  8. You expertly play a beautiful and moving melody on your [instrument].
  9. You expertly play a sophisticated melody on your [instrument], the final tones lingering for several seconds.
Performing
  1. You play something that sounds like ducks fighting on your [instrument].
  2. You perform a solo lacking in creativity and, indeed, melody on your [instrument].
  3. A discordant noise sounds from the [instrument] as you perform a solo on it.
  4. You perform a simple solo on your [instrument].
  5. You perform a monotonous solo on your [instrument].
  6. You skillfully perform a funky solo on your [instrument].
  7. With admirable timing, you play an inspired solo on your [instrument].
  8. You expertly perform a melodic and beautiful solo on your [instrument].
Serenading
  1. You serenade [] with your [instrument], playing something that sounds like two tom cats fighting.
  2. You serenade [] with an awful tune of clashing notes on your [instrument], showing no consideration to anyone's eardrums.
  3. You play your [instrument], serenading [] with a boring and unimaginative tune.
  4. You timidly serenade [] on your [instrument] with a simple yet appealing tune.
  5. You serenade [] with a rather monotonous tune on your [instrument].
  6. You serenade [] with a soft and romantic melody on your [instrument].
  7. You gallantly serenade [] on your [instrument] with a popular romantic song.
  8. You passionately play a heart-felt melody, serenading [] with your [instrument].