• "The Antigua Pro-One Saxophone is a leap into the 21st Century." - Peter Ponzol.

    Redesigning a musical instrument is a daunting and delicate challenge. Peter Ponzol has been designing saxophones for more than three decades, in addition to being a well-traveled and experienced player. Very few people have Peter's understanding of the design principles of the instrument, and the Antigua Pro-One is the ultimate expression of his concepts. As Peter says, "This collaboration finally gets a lifetime of ideas out of my head and into reality. "

  • What makes the Pro-One baritone sax different from other baris ?
    "It uses all the normal Pro-One features and type of brass used in all Pro-One saxophones, as well as a completely new neck design that gives a better playing angle and less resistance. Also, the brace at the top bow was designed for strength and was redesigned in order to free up the vibrations at this very critical part of the instrument." said Peter Ponzol, the designer of Pro-One saxophones.

    Hybrid rolled tone holes
    Rolled tone holes for the bell keys and straight drawn tone holes in all other areas provide a solid core to the sound with balanced resistance for the player.

    Patent pending trident key arms
    These revolutionary new key arms add strength and stability, providing lightning quick response to the keys.
    Key : Eb
    Range : Low A to high F#
    Neck : Ponzol-designed neck
    Body Material : Lacquered brass with Vintage Lacquer finish (VLQ)
    Tone Holes : Hybrid Rolled Tone Holes (rolled on low A, Bb, B, C, and C#)
    Key Arms : Trident Key Arms on low A, Bb, B and C
    Pads/Resonators : PISONI pads with metal resonators
    Engraving : Hand engraving on bell
    Case : ProOne style canvas case with backpack strap