Alto Saxophones

The alto saxophone is a member of the saxophone family of woodwind instruments invented by Belgian  instrument designe rAdolphe Sax in 1841. It is smaller than the Tenor but larger than the Soprano and is the type most used in classical compositions. The alto and tenor are the most common types of saxophone.

The alto saxophone is an E transposing instrument and reads the treble clef. A written C-natural sounds as the concert E a major sixth lower.


Yamaha YAS 275

Yamaha YAS275 sax offers a perfect introduction to the world of the saxophone. Whether a beginning student, or an advanced player needing a doubling instrument, the Yamaha YAS275 saxophone offer surprisingly high quality features at a student model price.

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£ 799 

RRP £968

Elkhart 100 AS

Manufactured for the Conn-Selmer Corporation, the 100AS alto sax offers robust construction and a good quality finish. A popular choice in education, purchased in large numbers by Local Authority Music Services. Great value instrument, ideal for beginners and students.

  • Gold lacquer body and keys.
  • High F# key.
  • Supplied with quality soft case.

£ 299 

RRP £389

Jupiter 769 GL

Along with Yamaha and Trevor James, Jupiter are one of the most highly recommended student brands and are now making some very impressive professional models.

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£ 799 

RRP £949

Selmer AS710

High quality student instrument made by the famous American manufacturer CONN-SELMER.  This is a reliable instrument and a nice and bright tone; best for the 3 to 4 first years of studying.  Price comparing to quality is amazing !

- brass body and keys
- high F# key
- adjustable thumb rest
- B/Bb key
- mouthpiece, ligature and cap
- solid case

£ 399 

RRP £521

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