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New Yanagisawa Pro Bronze Baritone Sax B-992 List Price: $15188

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List Price:$15188
Sale Price:$10039.00

New Yanagisawa pro bronze baritone sax b-992 List Price: $15188

The introduction of bronze allows a before-unheard delicacy and warmth of tone to the baritone without sacrifice of power and projection. Yanagisawas gold-plated brass thumb hook and rest allow an added vibrancy to this remarkable instruments feel and tone. This and all the enhanced features found in the B-991 are present in this bronze version. Specifications:Key Eb, Range LowA to high F#, Neckpipe Lacquered bronze, Body Lacquered bronze, Bell Lacquered bronze, hand-engraved, Mechanism High F# key, contoured palm keys, double-action table keys, double-arm low B and C keys, rib-mounted upper and lower stack posts, Mouthpiece Yanagisawa Y-3706-5 steel ebonite, Case Deluxe wood-shell,andnbsp;

I am a music dealer And repairman.

Any instrument can be returned for full value As a trade in or on consignment for resale Provided it is in the original condition.

All instruments are shop tested and adjusted To play perfectly before shipment.

it makes good sense to buy from people who service what they sell.

andnbsp;We service everything that we sell.

I have been playing sax, clarinet, and flute since 1951.

I have been repairing instruments since 1978.

My last major concert was for a host of pretty impressive guests, Including former

President Bill Clinton,

when he was in Boston with

Senator John Kerry for a fund-raising event for

Senator Ted Kennedy.

I Played in the 22-piece John Payne saxophone choir at the Park Plaza Castle.

Security was so tight, The secret service did background checks On each musician

And we had to leave our instruments at the door

To be searched by white house staff.

saxophone artists that play Yanagisawa saxophones:

Edgar Winter,

Gary Bartz,

Mel Martin,

Plas Johnson,

Rocco Barbato

Tony Ellis

Aiello Warren Wiegratz

Teflon octave system Both ends of the octave key axis rotate in a receptacle that is coated with teflon to insure a smooth operation every time

Rocking table mechanism The C# and Bb keys have a rocking table mechanism that allows for optimal speed and fluidity between these pitches

Double connected table key Not only are the C# and Bb keys connected with the oscillating table mechanism, but the C# and B have also adopted this same motion

F-auxiliary key mechanism Insures a proper seal of the pads when playing in the low range of the saxophone

Indented white shell keys A players fingers will rest comfortably in the indented white shell keys. The white shells also enhance the beauty of the instrument while also preventing the players fingers from slipping during technical passages

Ribbed construction Posts are connected to a single metal rib that is soldered to the body of the saxophone - this adds to the durability and longevity of the instrument

Metal thumb rests Both thumb rests on the saxophone are metal to match with the style of the saxophone and the right hand thumb hook is adjustable so that the performer can customize the feel of their saxophone

Pointed pivot screw The pivot screws that are used have a pointed end which facilitates an accurate center and precise action

Air-tight waterproof pad The pads are completely air-tight which supports stability in playing and their life is extended thanks to being waterproof

Blue steel springs Blue steel springs give the player quick response and are much more resilient than stainless steel (they also last much longer)

Double braced arm Two separate arms connect to the pad cup to ensure proper seating of the pad and improve the durability of the instrument

Tri-point balanced bell brace The bell and the body of the saxophone are firm connected by a tri-point balanced bell brace


Yanagisawa Releases the WO Series Alto Saxophones
Conn-Selmer and Yanagisawa are pleased to announce the release of the Yanagisawa WO Series alto saxophones. The WO Series is the first new line from Yanagisawa in 20 years, stated Robert Lichty, Saxophone Category Manager at Conn-Selmer. He continued, The WO Series continues to put Yanagisawa at the forefront of ergonomics and saxophone design.
The WO Series features two distinct lines andndash; the Professional models (replacing the 90x models) and the Elite models (replacing the 99x Series). Both lines feature improvements in ergonomics, material enhancements and a beautiful new case.
Orders are being taken for the new models immediately,
with delivery expected to begin in March 2014.

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