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Baritone & Bass Saxophones

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    Allora Paris Series Professional Black Nickel Baritone Saxophone
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    Allora Vienna Series Intermediate Baritone Saxophone
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    Jupiter JBS1000 Deluxe Baritone Saxophone
    Jupiter JBS1000 Deluxe Baritone Saxophone
  4. Selmer BS400 Baritone Saxophone
    Selmer BS400 Baritone Saxophone
  5. Sax Dakota SDB-1400 Professional Baritone Saxophone
  6. Sax Dakota SDB-XR 62 Professional Baritone Saxophone
  7. P. Mauriat PMB-301GL Professional Baritone Saxophone
  8. P. Mauriat PMB-300 Professional Baritone Saxophone
    Starting at $6,379.00
  9. P. Mauriat Le Bravo 200B Intermediate Baritone Saxophone
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    Allora Paris Series Professional Baritone Saxophone
    Starting at $3,499.99
  11. Yamaha YBS-52 Intermediate Baritone Saxophone
  12. Yamaha YBS-62 Professional Baritone Saxophone
  13. Selmer BS500 Baritone Saxophone
    Selmer BS500 Baritone Saxophone
  14. Selmer SBS280R La Voix II Baritone Saxophone
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    Blessing BBS-1287 Standard Series Eb Baritone Saxophone
  16. Levante BBb Bass Saxophone, in wheeled case
  17. Jupiter JBS1100 Performance Level Eb Baritone Saxophone
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    Giardinelli GBS-300 Baritone Saxophone
  19. Selmer Paris Series II Model 55AF Jubilee Edition Baritone Saxophone
    Starting at $13,959.00
  20. P. Mauriat PMB-302 Professional Baritone Saxophone
    Starting at $5,749.00
  21. Jupiter JBS1100SG Intermediate Baritone Saxophone
  22. Yanagisawa B-992 Bronze Baritone Saxophone
  23. Yanagisawa B-9930 Silver Series Baritone Saxophone
  24. Selmer Paris Series III Model 66AF Jubilee Edition Baritone Saxophone
    Starting at $15,329.00
  25. Yanagisawa B-991 Professional Baritone Saxophone
  26. Keilwerth SX90R Shadow Model Professional Baritone Saxophone
  27. Selmer Paris Model 56 Bass Saxophone
  28. Andreas Eastman EBS640 Professional Baritone Saxophone
  29. P. Mauriat PMB-500BXSK 'Black Pearl' Professional Baritone Saxophone
  30. International Woodwind Model 661 Bass Saxophone
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Playing the baritone or bass saxophone is an entirely different experience from a higher sax like the alto or soprano. Of the 14 varieties originally conceived by Adolphe Sax in the 1840s, these two instruments are the lowest saxophones regularly heard in modern music. If you're an aspiring baritone or bass saxophone player, be prepared to move a lot of air and get your fingers ready for a workout. Although it is one of the least common saxophones seen today, the bass saxophone was actually the first form of the instrument to be developed. On the modern stage, one of the most well-known appearance of the bass saxophone is in Leonard Bernstein's West Side Story score. The more common baritone sax is popular with military bands as well as jazz and blues musicians, and has a reputation for its deep and rich tone as well as for how challenging it is to play when compared with an alto or tenor. Because new saxophone players generally start with one of the more mainstream instruments, baritone and bass saxophones are not as often made at the student level and most of the instruments you will find range from intermediate to professional designs. There are several baritone models aimed at the school or band segment. All the same, the focus on the advanced market means that shopping for a baritone or brass saxophone is a bit more straightforward. Pads, for example, are leather on almost all of the instruments, making their material less of a concern in your decision. As with other varieties of saxophone, these two can be found in several finishes including the standard lacquer, somewhat brighter-sounding silver-plated and warmer-toned gold-plated finish. Choose your bass or baritone saxophone based on your level of experience and your preferred finish. Since all makers decorate their instruments with their own characteristic engravings and lacquers, there's a choice to fit the tonal and aesthetic preferences of any player. Whatever the genre you play, there is a saxophone that's perfect for you.

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