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Yamaha YSS-875EX Custom EX Soprano SaxophoneLower vent tube for reduced lower vent key action noise on this Yamaha YSS-875EX Custom EX Soprano Saxophone; revised key post rib plate for solid feel and enhanced resonance; and more comfortable, ergonomic key design. Bullet tip adjustment screw for optimal maintenance, hand engraved bell for sweet looks, and adjustable thumb rest.
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This is a magical, amazing instrument. It is always in tune. I'm an amateur, but I can make it sound like a flute, clarinet or trumpet. It can sound like Kenny G one minute and raw the next. Playing this can be a spiritual experience. I tried out this horn with a Yanigasawa custom model. The Yani was easier to play and had a nicer case and was cheaper, but this had (and still does) the wonderful tone. I usually play it with a metal Otto Link 6 and the lig that came with that mouthpiece, but my Jodyjazz rubber 6 is also great with it.
I bought one of these a few months back and have been very pleased with it. Great classical horn. I put this up against the top competitor (the Selmer series III) and they were really close. More of trade-offs than on being better than the other. I found the Yamaha to be less honky and the tone was more consistent in all the registers. But the series III had better intonation and the high range was a little easier to get out. Its all in what you are looking for, but this is one of the best sopranos on the market today.
This sax is amazing. I want to advise...if you're thinking about saving bucks and getting the YSS-675, think again! I tried both horns and unlike the other reviewer, found a huge difference in response and tone. This horn combines effortless response with a stunning tone. Also, don't base your judgment on the mouthpiece it comes with. You need to put a pro mouthpiece on it to really see what it is capable of. I found the bundled mouthpiece makes it sound winy. Build quality is good. A perfect soprano sax.
This soprano is AMAZING. This is my first soprano, and the moment I played it, out of the box, it was beautiful!!! It came with a reed and everything. Surprisingly, the finger layout, as well as the feel of the horn is strangely like my Yamaha tenor; YTS-52. The intonation is way beyond anything I?ve ever heard before. It?s sweet, yet somewhat focused (with the original mouthpiece; I use a Rousseau 4R for classical, and it sounds a lot different). The only thing that I've noticed is that the tuning on mid and high C# is flat, but I?m pretty sure it?s me. Also, all notes (including high D, D#, E, E#, F, F#) are extremely flawless. F# can be a bit troublesome at times, but it?s right on most of the time. I'm not sure what it is, but there is something about a Yamaha that separates it from the other brands. If you?re in need of a great, yet inexpensive horn, then go for Yamaha. I would say that they are freakishly consistent horns (from a YTS-52  to a YSS-875). If you have any questions, email, would be best.
I went to buy a new soprano and tried Selmer 52, 51, not impressed, tried a Yani played very nice. When I tried the YSS875EZ it was hands down I was buying this horn. The horn was not even set-up yet and it played with so much ease, pure vibrant sounding horn.
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