First designed in 1969 with the legend Eugene Rousseau, the 62 saxophones have been standard for professional players for years. Perfect for advancing high school and tertiary students, the 62 features a hand-engraved one-piece bell & custom style neck for a brilliant, versatile tone.
Perfect for the school hire eet, it is designed for the rst year player. Made to be a ordable, it features nickel silver key work, a sturdy neck receiver and a durable hard case. Without high F#.
The ideal first saxophone. Featuring some creature comforts like lacquered keys, sturdy neck receiver and high F# key, this model will retain value when it’s time to upgrade or sell. It includes a backpack-style case for easy transport to and from school.
These are designed for an easy transition between alto/tenor saxophones and soprano. Featuring excellent response, tone and intonation to ensure con dent performances as soon as possible.
On the 10th Anniversary of their introduction, the Custom Z saxophones have been reexamined from neck to bell. They now offer the ultimate combination of expressiveness, response and control while staying true to their free-spirited origins. Since the Custom Z was developed in 2003, the technology, craftsmanship and specifications of the Custom Z series have continued to improve to fulfill the needs of the highest level musicians.
A sax that will take you to the top...
Featuring low A key and solid hard case, this is the ideal choice for any school.
Soprano saxophone players usually need to play higher tone than regular range. Most players play these as flageolets, but it needed high technique and the intonation is instable. To solve the problem, usually 'a high G key' helps to play. Then, Yamaha finally completed the YSS-875EX with the key and no change for functional mechanism of the original EX model. It is generally said that soprano saxophone with high G key has intonation concern. But studying about the intonation thoroughly, we realized stability of intonation.