best soprano sax

by Liz
(Los Angeles)

I played alto and tenor in HS (many moons ago) and loved tenor however due to physical limitations am unable to hold tenor, could hold soprano, however unsure as to where to start - is LAurel or Celio okay as far as a starter instrument, and or should I look for a curved and if so where and how much to pay>

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Jun 05, 2008
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by: Anonymous

If you truely want a good quality soprano saxophone at a affordable price, i'd go with the Yamaha YSS-475.Its a beginner model and sounds great.Its a one piece saxophone, but if you want the next best one, its the YSS-675, but its a professional model and it comes with a straight and curved neck.More pricey though.

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