Yamaha 4C Soprano Saxophone Mouthpiece

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The Yamaha YAC-1281 4C Bb Soprano Saxophone Mouthpiece makes it easy to obtain a balanced, clear, and focused tone on your sax in any octave. Ideal for professionals and beginners.

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Yamaha4C Soprano Saxophone Mouthpiece

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from Pottsville, PA

Comments about Yamaha 4C Soprano Saxophone Mouthpiece:

This mpc. was really good while I was starting to play soprano, but it does get bad after awhile. You can't get the most important notes, the high ones, out of the soprano very well. But if you're a beginner, and not very discriminating, this is a fair mouthpiece

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the best mouthpiece for the beginners

By Jason H.

from Centennial, Colorado

Comments about Yamaha 4C Soprano Saxophone Mouthpiece:

I first started playing soprano saxophone with this mouthpiece. With this mouthpiece, I was able to produce both bright and dark sound depending on the reed. I once had one minute soprano saxophone solo in symphonic band at my high school. Even though I used Semer-80 E with BG Tradition ligature and Vandoren Java #2 1/2 to produce a even more bright sound(that is still allowable in a classical piece), I used this basic mouthpiece in class while I was going through rehearsals and almost everyone in the class told me that my sound was absolutely amazing. Of course there are better and more expensive mouthpieces out there for classical music, I stornly recommened EVERY beginner to start with this mouthpiece. (Some may argue that Selmer S-80 C* can also be a good choice, but in my opinion, C* requires more embochure control to produce good sound) If you are a beginner and want to learn more about soprano saxophone, feel free to contact me via e-mail.

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