Tenor Saxophones

The tenor, with the alto, are the two most common types of saxophones. The tenor is pitched in the key of B, and written as a transposing instrument in the treble clef sounding a major ninth lower than the written pitch. Modern tenor saxophones which have a high F# key have a range from A2 to E5 and are therefore pitched one octave below the soprano saxophone.

Yamaha YTS275

The YTS-275 offers a perfect introduction to the world of the saxophone. Whether a beginning student, or an advanced player needing a doubling instrument, it offers surprisingly high quality features at a student model price.

£ 999 

RRP £1258


Great quality,best-selling student model Tenor Sax regularly recommendedby teachers. Features high F# and front F keys and comes complete with case andaccessories. A popular choice for schools and individuals.

£ 850 

RRP £999

Elkhart 100 Series 100TS

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

£ 399 

RRP £546

Prelude by Conn-Selmer AS710 

Made by the leading wind instrument makers Conn -Selmer (owned by the Steinway Corporation) this is an excellent quality student sax. The yellow brass body includes ribbed construction and a detachable reinforced body-to bow connection for added strength and durability. The Prelude bore design enhances projection. An ideal choice for beginners. 


£ 499 

RRP £703.59

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