9/10. The lacquer is nice and I appreciate the ligature and the octave key, but there are only three mother of pearl keys and six tone holes. Also, your bell is too big.
2/10. Looks like a kids toy. only three keys with no tone holes, and has no intention of being played. Mouthpiece is decent at best.
3/10. Nice proportions. Looks like it was drawn by an adult who played saxophone in middle school but dropped band to have more time for soccer. Looks a little mutilated. The keys are open, and we have two tone holes on the bell that are seemingly opened by the top key. Also, what the hell is that neck and mouthpiece? You’d have resistance the size of a truck.
1/10 ugly and you couldn’t even make the inside of the bell darker. However I appreciate the bar holding it together as well as the proportions.
3/10 I get thag we aren’t going for realism here but you could’ve tried a little harder.
100/10. THIS is a tenor saxophone. Look at those proportions! That neck! That keywork! A stunning instrument, I must say. Missing some side trill keys but overall she is lovely and will make lovely music.
—195782752957/10 this is a disgrace and your mouthpiece is on upside down
1/10. Saxophones don’t have valves. Also, the mouthpiece looks like a DS stylus.
10/10. This is a good alto saxophone. A clear break between neck and body, mother of pearl keys, tone holes, and side trill keys. I would play this saxophone.