-Jack, we talked —
I’ve seen you in concert. -Yeah.
-I’ve seen you perform. Please go see
Tenacious D in concert. -Thank you.
-It’s unbelievable. And you do a — you do a thing with a thing called
the Sax-A-Boom. -Yeah, yeah, yeah.
-It’s a toy, or — What was it? -Well, it’s like a saxophone,
but it’s a Sax-A-Boom. It’s a — It’s a different
kind of instrument. A lot of people confuse them.
-People confuse them? -Well, you know,
’cause they look similar. But a Sax-A-Boom is
its own kind of instrument that takes years to master. But, yeah,
thank you for remembering about my Sax-A-Boom days. -Well, I was just wondering,
if we happen to have one here… -What?
-…could you maybe just show us what it’s like to —
-You don’t have a Sax– Oh, my God! [ Cheers and applause ] -This is a Sax-A-Boom.
-Are you kidding me? -This is a real — This is a — You know how hard it was
to find a Sax-A-Boom? Could you show us
the — the magic? Could you give us
a little taste? -Here it is.
Rare as a Stradivarius. Yes, I will give you a taste. [ Laughter ] Are you ready?
-Yeah. Wow. [ Laughter ] [ Sax-A-Boom plays ] One, two, three, four. One, two, three, mother [bleep]. [ Sax-A-Boom plays ] One, two, three, four! [ Sax-A-Boom plays ] ♪♪ ♪♪ [ The Roots join ] ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ -That is how you do it
right there, everybody! That is Jack Black! Go see “The House with a Clock
in Its Walls,” opening tomorrow. More with Jack Black when
we come back, everybody. ♪♪