Yanagisawa Classical Bari Saxophone Mouthpiece
Classical Model – Ebonite – BC200 / BC220
Yanagisawa is well known for the quality of their saxophones. However, many players are never exposed to their fine mouthpieces. The newest models, the Yanagisawa Classical Bari Sax mouthpieces are designed specifically for control, intonation, quick response and tonal depth for the symphonic saxophonist. Available in 2 sizes, the BC200 and BC220, the new Yanagisawa Classical Bari Sax Mouthpieces are a must try for any symphonic saxophone player.
Yanagisawa BC Series Models
The new Yanagisawa Classical Bari mouthpieces are only available in 2 size options:
BC200 – 2.00 mm Tip (.079″) with 28.00 mm Facing Length
BC220 – 2.20 mm Tip (.0866″) with 28.00 mm Facing Length
Kessler & Sons Music offers a 3 day trial / return policy by default on mouthpieces (excludes special order items). There are no cleaning fees or restocking fees (assuming that the item is returned in proper condition).
When we ship the mouthpiece, we install a blue protective film over the logo to help protect the logo from irreparable scratches while it is being tested. We also install a tooth patch before shipping. This way you can test the mouthpiece without fear of damage. We recommend leaving these items on the mouthpiece during the testing phase and only to remove them after you have made the decision to keep the mouthpiece.
Yanagisawa marks these new Yanagisawa Classical Bari sax models, as well as the new WO Series saxophones, with a new “YANY” stamp. Many customers ask us what this stands for, so we asked Yanagisawa directly. For decades, customers would shorten the name Yanagisawa and pronounce it “yah-NEE” but spell it “Yani”. However, in Japan, the phrase “Yani” is associated with Tobacco. So Yanagisawa has officially declared “Yany” (with the Y at the end) as the official spelling for the shortened phrase of it’s brand name.