Yanagisawa Metal Sopranino (Eb) Sax Mouthpiece
Can Use Soprano Sax Reeds Too!
Yanagisawa is well known for the quality of their saxophones. However, many players are never exposed to the Yanagisawa metal sopranino sax mouthpieces. Frankly, this is due largely to the typical saxophone dealer not realizing what quality and performance value that these mouthpieces offer (plus the fact that many stores can’t even tell you what a Sopranino is!). We on the other hand know exactly what they are and HIGHLY recommend them to our customers!
The metal Yanagisawa metal sopranino mouthpiece uses a very traditional chamber design (square) in order to offer better tonal color than most metal mouthpieces. They are then combined with a good rollover baffle and an excellent facing curved in order to provide brilliance and response without going overly bright. The end result is one of the more impressive playing mouthpieces on the market, built to the artisan craftsmanship level only Yanagisawa can provide – all at a price that is unbeatable!
The biggest benefit of the Yanagisawa Metal Sopranino Mouthpiece: you can use standard soprano sax reeds on it!
Matched ligature with cap is included.
Yanagisawa Metal Sopranino Sax Mouthpiece is Available in 2 sizes:
- 5 – .044″ Tip Opening
- 7 – .050″ Tip Opening
As these sizes are very small and due to the fact that Yanagisawa uses a squared tone chamber on them, we generally recommend the 7 size for most players as it simply allows for more tonal complexity in our experience. We usually keep both the 5 and 7 in stock.
Kessler & Sons Music offers a 3 day trial / return policy by default on instruments and mouthpieces. 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 unrepairable 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.
Please read our terms & conditions (link at the bottom of the page) for full details on this policy.