How much do you sell a saxophone for?
you can sell it for $825
Craig's List or Ebay.
While it is the largest saxophone that it popularly used, it it not the largest saxophone. There are Contra-bass saxophones that are much deeper, and much larger.
no. sorry only music stores
by making your own little store like a little music store
eBay,or to a instrument shop.I play flute so i'm not sure.
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my father gave me his saxophone he got from his parents in 1927 how much is it worth?
It weighs 2.56Kg
Pretty much the same as what's on a piano
The saxophone actually has many sounds which it can make. Firstly, the sound depends on the type of saxophone, for example an alto sounds much more fluent and bright than a baritone which is low and hoarse. Secondly, a saxophone player is able to create many sounds by blowing differently, over-blowing produces a harsher tone while softer blowing is much more mellow.
To rent the saxophone its $50.00 a month and to buy it its $500.00 and tax
The parts of the saxophone include: The Body, The Neck, and The Mouthpiece. A reed is attached to the saxophone mouthpiece using a ligature. A major accessory is the neck strap. While it isn't always necessary, it allows much easier playing for a saxophonist.
12 lbs. with the case. 5 without.
A good class student saxophone costs about £800 new, but they go all the time for £400-£500 on eBay.
Contrabass Saxophone Bass Saxopone Baritone Saxophone Tenor Saxophone Alto Saxophone Soprano saxophone (Curved, bent, and straight) Sopranello Saxophone.
I do play the saxophone, but not the violin. I enjoy the saxophone very much and would recommend buying an alto sax first. A violin is probably more difficult, as it is similar to a guitar but uses a bow. The saxophone is a surprisingly easy instrument when compared to other woodwinds. The fingerings are simple and easy to remember, and the octave key makes playing notes up the octave much easier than on an… Read More
Yes! The alto saxophone has a whole family of relatives. Some are the barri saxophone, the tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, bass saxophone and contra-bass saxophone. The sub-contra-bass saxophone, sopranino saxophone and soprillo saxophone are very uncommon and expensive also, you may never run across one.
a saxophone is made from a saxophone
It depends, the saxophone has a large family the largest saxophone, the Tubax can stand up to 6 feet tall while the smallest the soprillo is about 8 inches. The saxophone family goes as follows: (Largest, (Lowest) to smallest (highest) Tubax Subcontra-bass Saxophone Contra-bass Saxophone Bass Saxophone Baritone Saxophone Tenor Saxophone C Melody Saxophone (technically only a half step higher than the tenor so about the same size. Alto Saxophone Soprano Saxophone Sopranino Saxophone Soprillo… Read More
not much but it produces a clearer and better sound :)
Kind of... the keys are pretty much the same.
This is my opinion. I think that the saxophone is a very complicated instrument. I wouldn't recommend it to ppl who want a soothing instrument. Saxophone has a more of a blaring sound. But some people like it. I personally like the flute better. Its sound is sooo much more soothing and relaxing.
The first saxophone was a C bass saxophone.
in the uk, cheapest starts from about £200 and can go up to 10,000s
Reeds are usually about $50 for a box of 10. :D
Tubax saxophone or the Sub-Contrabass Saxophone
Tips of making your saxophone play: 1) Your reed isn't wet. 2) It may be rusted. 3) If it won't make sound, try to adjust your saxophone so it is just right. 4) Adjust reed. 5) Check for anything that can block your saxophone. 6) Go to nearest instrument shop for more information; I don't know much.
Saxophone! I think :) the 2nd one i play an alto saxophone i better sure its right!
The saxophone repertoire is any music written for saxophone, or transcribed for saxophone. This makes this music specific to saxophone and therefore playable on saxophone. Popular classical saxophone repertoire includes such pieces as Concerto-Glazunov, Concertino da Camera-Ibert, Sonata-Creston, Scaramouche-Milhaud.
There are actually 4 main sizes of saxophone. Here they are from smallest (hence highest) to largest (lowest): - Bb Soprano Saxophone - Eb Alto Saxophone - Bb Tenor Saxophone - Eb Baritone Saxophone
what stores sell reeds?? well i don't know where you are from but most music stores that work with woodwind instruments. i go to Billy Hydes for mine
There is no such thing as a plucker on a saxophone because i know a saxophone inside and out.
The saxophone was invented by Adolphe Sax, hence the name SAXophone.
No; saxophone players use the keys of the saxophone to change notes.
mine weighs about 15lb, but its thicker (which means its a higher quality)
As a saxophone player myself, I can tell you that you don't need much to play the instrument. I suggest: A neck strap Reeds (Around #2 reeds if you are a beginner) An saxophone (obviously) A mouthpiece A saxophone cleaner (basically a wipe on a string) That's about it. Of course music would come in handy, but if you're just practicing getting the notes out then there's no need yet. Good luck!
No it can't. Alto saxophone reeds are significantly smaller than baritone saxophone reeds.
The saxophone is a single-reed wind instrument, that comes in several voices, including the alto saxophone and the tenor saxophone.
You can sell as much as you have.
Learn English - What does a saxophone have inside it? Answer - it is hollow - there is nothing inside a saxophone
A nice, intermediate saxophone costs around $1000, but it can range quite widely (about $250 for a beginner saxophone to $4000 for a professional saxophone).
She plays the saxophone in the band. The small band has only one saxophone. A saxophone is a fun instrument to play.
How much you get for them depend on how much they weigh. You can sell them off hoof for a lower price or you can sell them on the rail, which you get money depending on how much the carcass weighs.
The soprillo saxophone.
The bass saxophone in C was the original saxophone that Adolph Sax made in 1843.
Its a saxophone case, you know that thing you put your saxophone thing in to protect it? Yeah that it
Clarinet, base clarinet, alto saxophone, soprano saxophone, barri saxophone, tenor saxophone... I think you get the idea.