Soprano

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  • Yanagisawa Whitehall Soprano 5752546-01

    Yanagisawa S6 Soprano Saxophone Mark VI on a Budget!

    $ 1,750

    The Yanagisawa S6 soprano is a professionally-built Selmer Mark VI style soprano that feels, sounds, and plays the same as a Mark VI soprano, if not better. Get it now for a low price.


  • YSS82ZRSSopranoStockPhotos-2

    Yamaha YSS-82ZRS Soprano Saxophone One Piece Bent Neck Silver Plate!

    $ 4,450

    The Yamaha YSS-62R and 62RS are the most desirable vintage sopranos pretty much. Yamaha made an upgraded reissue of this soprano, with improved keywork but the same bore. It’s simply the best.


  • Yanagisawa SC991 297050-1

    Yanagisawa SC-991 Curved Soprano 297xxx

    $ 2,750

    There’s not a lot to say about this horn. It’s in excellent mint condition, with only the tiniest of signs that it has been played at all. The SC-991 is the best curved soprano ever made, with astoundingly good intonation and a nice even scale.


  • Lyon and Healy Soprano 17667-7

    Lyon and Healy Semi-Curved Soprano Near Mint w/ Warranty Card

    $ 6,250

    Rarest horn on the site right now. This Lyon and Healy Semi-curved soprano is a real find.


  • SelmerMarkVISoprano187825-18

    Selmer Mark VI Soprano 187xxx Original Lacquer Plays Great!

    $ 4,500
    This is a beautiful, original lacquer example of a Selmer Mark VI soprano saxophone. It has all ORIGINAL lacquer and no past damage at all. No dents, dings, resolders, or other repairs. Just got a fresh thorough setup by Matt Stohrer, and it plays great. It includes the original case also. It is pretty hard to find a clean and beautiful Mark VI like this. This horn also has extensive hand engraving and looks just great. It keyed up to high F#.

  • Sold OutYamahaYSS62Soprano5185-5

    Yamaha YSS-62 Soprano Early Version 5xxx New Pads!

    The Yamaha 62 is still the best single piece soprano that has been made. It came in two versions, the straight one (this one) and the one that is slightly curved (see the 62R in the museum section). Both horns have such a nice, rich tone that they are really hard to beat. Some vintage horns, like the Conn New Wonder II, Buescher True Tone, or the Martin Handcraft can beat with the 62 in the tone department, but all of these have more flexible intonation and vintage ergonomics. So if you are looking for the soprano that has it all, it is the 62. This particular horn is in excellent condition. It has a recent repad by Matt Stohrer.


  • EchobrassSop2015-17 copy

    Echobrass Soprano Brilhart 3-Band Ligatures Echo Brass

    $ 165

    There’s a reason why the vintage Brilhart 3-Band ligatures have been singled out by the market (players) as by far the most desirable vintage ligatures. They are great ligatures! But there will never be enough vintage Brilhart ligatures to meet the high demand for this style of ligature. And never before has there been a Soprano ligature available! (Brilhart only made alto and tenor.) Thankfully, the Echobrass company has stepped in to answer this demand.

    This ligature is a true reproduction: from the alloy of brass to the type of plastic on the reed plate, it is exactly the same as the vintage Brilhart ligature. Same dimensions, same weight, same feel, same playing response. It’s like going back in time to buy one when they were first made!


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    Special Order a BAM Case! Lots of options available.

    $ 555

    Let’s find you the perfect case for you! Prices and availability vary.


  • KingSaxello71k-5

    King Saxello Soprano Saxophone – Near Mint!

    $ 5,500

    This is a beautiful, nearly mint condition King Saxello semi-curved soprano saxophone in original silver plate.