Yamaha, Cecilio or Selmer?

by Marie

Which one is best out of Yamaha, Cecilio and Selmer? Could you please number them from 1 - 3 (1 being the best). Thank you so much!

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Jul 15, 2009
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it depends
by: Jack Dagg

Well, it really depends on several factors such as your physiology, music style/warmth desired, mouthpiece of choice, the specific model of horn, etc. With a rovner MP I've been able to achieve warmer tonal quality. Let us know some specifics and we'll give you some more ideas.

Jul 15, 2009
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The truth
by: Saxomelt-U

1 - Selmer
2 - Yamaha
3 - Cecilio

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I'm not sure
by: Marie

Well actually I'm not really sure because I'm only a beginner, and my music teacher thinks i have real talent so he wants me to play sax. I guess I just need a good quality sax with 'thin' material used so its not that hard to blow. Thanks so much for both your answers!

Nov 29, 2009
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selmer,yamaha,..............cecilio
by: Anonymous

I just sold my Cecilio..waiting for my Yamaha to arrive yts 23.Tried a Mark6 one day what a horn!Current Selmer USA,Conn's and even the venerable Buffet are all made in Taiwan or China.Even Yamaha is making 23's, Allegro outside of Japan.Get a used made in Japan Yamaha!The Cecilio,terrible Intonation upper register,cheap finish and weighs a ton(my tenor was 12lbs!)
1-Selmer
2-Yamaha
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599-Cecilio

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