The Zephyr model started as the renamed Voll-True II, with only slight differences between the two horns. It had all the features of the Voll-True models; squared off F-sharp, E-flat and C keys, larger palm keys, a floating octave key cup, adjusting screw for bis B-flat and G-sharp, new guards that eliminated bumper pads, both bell keys place on the right side, C and E-flat tone holes rotated to the upper side of the bow, and a roller on the G-sharp key. The Zephyr also its own modifications. It was King's first saxophone with a dual socket neck, for more resonance, no forked E-flat key, three different rings for attaching the neck strap and a change to the adjustment screw with the G-sharp screw pushing directly on the key instead of the adjustment arm.
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