The Sax-A-Boomwas formerly sold through DSI Toys. This exciting saxophone-shaped toy, theatre pre-recordedlicks attach by a selection of backing tracks. Pushing the buttons ~ above the frontplays the different licks, which you can use in any combination to develop your very own song. And yes, the does sound remarkably choose a saxophone.

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Source: leila_abreu ~ above eBay.com

Because of Jack Black’s usage of this electronic toy, part owners the a Sax-A-Boom try to sell their horns for ridiculous amounts of money. Gain over yourselves people. They were cheap toys. This one was among the much more reasonably priced persons that marketed on eBay in June 2014 because that $39.99 (still basically double the original price), and it was lacking its neck strap.


Source: readersrealm on eBay.com

Nearly a year later this Sax-A-Boom appeared on the UK eBay site. The seller advertised the still contained its initial batteries. I think us can figure out how the inside of the battery compartment is going to look! Nonetheless, these eBay pics present this digital toy saxophone’s original packaging.


Source: wacky_narn ~ above ebay.co.uk

This toy saxophone to be made famed by Jack Black’s use of that in live performances through Tenacious D—a band that he fronts in addition to Kyle Gass.

Because that Black’s use of the Sax-A-Boom ~ above stage, instances of this sax-shaped “thing” (when in great condition) are detailed on eBay regularly for amounts greater than $50. It’s not unusual for sellers to list them for over $100. IMO, that’s just crazy.

The Sax-A-Boom sold for approximately $20 new, about the late 1990s. Ns know, because I to buy one. Unfortunately due to the fact that of a slight little of miscommunication, mine was provided away to a friend’s daughter, while ns was top top a company trip. The small girl liked it so much, ns didn’t have actually the heart to ask because that it back when I acquired home.


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