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3 keys are stuck and wont depress brand new out of box

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The clamp on the top of the stand that holds the cymbal down is stuck and cannot be screwed off. My cymbal is stuck on the stand, and its extremely difficult to transport now.

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Try playing low B and low C up an 8ve by overblowing without the use of the 8ve key. Then quickly switch your fingering to middle B and C. Compare the intonation of the low and middle notes.Then play middle B and using your other hand slightly depress the lowBb key cup. Did the note flatten or sharpen. Try depressing both low B and Bb the same way. You may have to add a longer bumper felt or cut some of the length off the bumper felts of these two keys. Also experiment with the Low C key height. Try the G key height also. On some saxophones the position of the tone holes were miscalculated and there is not enough or too little distance between them. In any case you may have to take the sax to an expert saxophone repairman. Have a look on this site for more info: Use the search function to find more info than the page I recommended.

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A few of the flat key get stuck on the right hand. On the lower left a few the sound are loud no matter how soft you try a play. Can this be fixed?

I am sure it can be fixed. Who knows what brand or type of instrument this is...

The stuck keys are probably mechanical sticking. The loud keys are probably dirty key contacts that sense velocity.

Take unit in for servicing.

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