How much does a Yamaha tenor sax cost?

How much does a Yamaha tenor sax cost?

Compare with similar items

This item Yamaha YTS-62 III Professional Tenor Saxophone – Gold Lacquer with 2-piece Bell Yamaha YTS-480 Intermediate Bb Tenor Saxophone Lacquer
Price $3,797.99 $3,033.99
Sold By GearNuts GJG audio USA
Instrument Key B Flat B Flat
Item Dimensions 36 x 16.5 x 10.75 inches 34.44 x 10.82 x 17.12 inches

How much does a cannonball tenor sax cost?

Cannonball saxophone prices will vary depending on the style and type of saxophone. Prices can range from under $500 to over $2000.

Are Cannonball saxophones good?

Cannonballs are great saxes FOR THE MONEY, but they are not yet on the same level as the Big Four. I’ve played all the new horns by Selmer, Keilwerth, Yamaha & Yanigisawa and IMHO the Cannonballs are very good but not in the same league.

Is Jean Paul a good brand?

Jean Paul is a famous brand and is known best for its world-class instruments. All its articles are designed in a unique way and are matchless in functioning and quality.

How much does A bari sax cost?

Compare with similar items

This item Yamaha YBS-62 Professional Baritone Saxophone Performance Level Eb Baritone Saxophone, JBS1100SG
Price $8,999.99 $7,444.00
Sold By GJG audio USA PlayMusic123
Instrument Key A E Flat
Item Dimensions 48 x 18.5 x 12.75 inches

What key is A tenor sax in?

Tenor and soprano saxophones are in the key of B♭, just like clarinets. All three of these instruments produce a B♭ when playing a C on the score. That is why in order to produce the same C pitch as keyed instruments or the flute (concert or “written” C), they must actually play a D.

Who owns Cannonball saxophones?

Sheryl Laukat
Sheryl Laukat, CEO and Cofounder of Cannonball Sheryl oversees all operations at Cannonball®. Sheryl graduated from Weber State University in 1981, BS Music Education, saxophone emphasis. After graduation she took great pleasure in being the band director at Millcreek Jr. High, Bountiful, UT 1981-83.

Where are Jean Paul tenor saxophones made?

As part of their commitment to affordability, Jean Paul have made a nice compromise here: the instruments are made in China (where manufacturing costs are famously much lower than North America or Europe) but are then checked over by a saxophone technician in the US before being sent out to the end customer.