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Private lessons

Why should we take private lessons? It is very simple… if you have a good teacher they can show you short cuts to becoming a better player…. they have experience, they have played a lot and they are older… I am not saying you couldn’t learn these things by yourself…. but a good teacher can get you there faster……

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“Cip”

“Cip” as he is known is the longest living woodwind player in the Los Angeles studio business… he is of course a legend here in LA… and I think most of the world…. he plays everyting, he is the nicest guy and he is a lot of fun to hang with…. it is his Birthday and in good taste I will not tell you how old he is… just to say he is one of the few peopleI know that is older than me!

Cip Tom R. Photo
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Lanny’s Licks

Lanny’s Licks are by the Jazz Legend Saxophonist Lanny Morgan… Lanny has donated these beginning patterns to the Rheuben Allen Music Education Foundation for educational use…. NOT FOR SALE!.. Please feel free to download for students at no cost to the teachers or students…

Lanny's Licks #1
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NEVER DULL BEING A REPAIRMAN

A good woodwind repairman can repair almost all woodwinds… if you specialize like I do in saxophones and clarinets then you get better at doing them…. But once in a while you need to help a school or young player out…. this was one of those times…..

Rheuben working on a bassoon
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Conrad O. Johnson Foundation

Rheuben Allen Music Education Foundation board member Rick Izumi presented a saxophone to one of the members of the Conrad O. Johnson Music and Fine Arts students… RAEF has supported this foundation for over 10 years now….

Rick presents sax to Conrad Johnson student
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Love it when a kids face lights up when they try an instrument for the first time…

Rheuben showing a young man how to play the sax for the first time
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Conrad Johnson and Ronnie Laws

Ronnie Laws & Conrad Johnson
One of the 1st things we did with the Conrad O. Johnson foundation was with the Jazz Legend Ronnie Laws… Ronnie and RAEF gave a Ronnie Laws saxophone to a deserving student… Ronnie has always believed in helping young people play music.
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Quality Repair Work takes time….

There are no short cuts in doing great woodwind repair work…. give your repairman time to do the great job you want and expect….. and I hear from everyoine but I need to practice…. gut you will sound better if your instrument works….

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G-Sharp Master fingerings for the clarinet

G-Sharp Master fingerings for the xclarinet
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Rheuben Allen Custom VI Tenor Saxophone

Custom Rheuben Allen Tenor Saxophone:
Made in the US from domestic & Foreign Parts
I personal make this saxophone here in my warehouse in Torrance, CA


My Rheuben Allen VI tenor saxophone features:

Hand Engraving on all Keys, Neck and Body
Beautiful Gold Lacquer
2 Necks: 1 – with a traditional neck brace, 1- 92% copper tube with the Rheuben Allen Patented

Saxophone Neck Brace with Sliding Weight System (US Patent #US 10,565,967 B2)….. comes with 3 different weights, Heavy, Medium and Light (Made in the USA) …. Slides up & down the neck brace with one hand…..
Single Post Construction to help vibration of the saxophone
Rheuben Allen High & Trill F-sharp Key Designs
Rheuben Allen designed Front F key
Hollywood Tone Boosters (Made in the USA)

Hardened Brass Pivot Screws with ABS tip cover, designed and manufactured by Rheuben Allen these pivot screws give the saxophone a great feel and are basically noise free
(Made in the USA)

Rheuben Allen Heavy Neck Screw (Made in the USA) and traditional neck screw

At the moment this is the only Rheuben Allen VI Tenor like this in the world… I will be making different models of my VI tenors, using different tone boosters, different hardened brass pivot screws, different pad designs. Each saxophone is a one of a kind sax and available exclusively only form www.rheubenallen.com