Fox Professional Model 680 Bassoon

The Model 680 is the newest professional bassoon from Fox. Designed for versatility, the 680 provides the most power and depth of all the 600 series bassoons and improves upon the singing, expressive tonal characteristics of the older designs. The 680 has a dark, concentrated, clear tone, as well as a vast dynamic range to meet the needs of the most discriminating professional in every application.

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Fox Model IV Bassoon

The Fox Model IV was introduced in 1960 and acoustically, it is patterned after the Fox Model II. Built from molded polypropylene and hand finished by Fox craftsmen, it is one of the most cosmetically pleasing plastic body bassoons. With the option for additional, more professional key work, these models are applealing to military bands, university music programs and individuals seeking a durable second instrument.

 

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Fox Professional Model II Bassoon

The grandfather of Fox bassoons, the Model II is a modern version of the original Fox design. Patterned after the bassoons played by Hugh Fox in the Chicago Symphony, the Model II features a round, clear, dark tone that blends well with other instruments.

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Fox Model III Bassoon

The Fox Model III was introduced in 1970 and acoustically, it is patterend after the Fox Model II. Built from molded polypropylene and hand finished by Fox craftsmen, it is one of the most cosmetically pleasing plastic body bassoon. With the option for additional, more professional key work, this model is applealing to military bands, university music programs and individuals seeking a durable second instrument.

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Fox Professional Model 201 Bassoon

The Fox Model 201 was designed for principal players who prefer maximum flexibility and sonority in the upper register. First offered in 1968, the 201 is light and fits comfortably in the player's hands. Favoring the middle and upper partials tonally, it is responsive and lends itself to expressive performances.

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