The baritone saxophone or “bari sax” is one of the largest members of the saxophone family, only being smaller than the bass, contrabass and subcontrabass saxophones. It is the lowest-pitched saxophone in common use. The baritone saxophone uses a mouthpiece, reed, and ligature in order to produce sound.
It is the lowest-pitched saxophone in common use. The baritone saxophone uses a mouthpiece, reed, and ligature in order to produce sound. It is larger than the tenor, alto and soprano saxophones, which are the other commonly found members of the family.
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Instructors and teachers love and approved this high-quality affordable baritone saxophone.
Mendini intermediate to advance saxophones are the perfect instruments for the serious musicians. Each instrument is assembled with over 300 handcrafted parts that are all made exclusively by Cecilio.
There are no off the shelf parts.
Every saxophone is play tested at Cecilio’s factory and re-tested at their Los Angeles distribution center to ensure that their high-quality standards are met. This is why thousands of instructors have approved these saxophones.
a plush lined nylon covered hard case with backpack strap and zippered pocket,
a neck strap,
a mouthpiece with ligature and cap,
and a pair of white gloves to keep your instruments spot free when being played.
Buy with confidence as it comes with a 1- year warranty against any manufacturer’s defects.
Question: what size is the mouthpiece or how do I go about getting one for this bari. my daughter wore hers out.
Answer: Baritone Saxophone mouthpieces come in a variety of brands, depending on what you are looking for. There are those designed for jazz, which is different than regular or concert band playing. Different mouthpieces also come in a variety of prices – some can get quite expensive. Unless she is a professional play… see more
Question: Does this bari sax come with reeds or do I need to buy some?
Answer: You’ll have to purchase some. I know everyone will recommend Vandoren but if you want quality reeds without putting a dent in your wallet, I recommend Rico Royal. That’s what I use for symphonic & jazz band (I use a plastic Reed for marching band).
Question: Does it give a lot of problems is it a good brand?
Answer: Hi man… It is a good brand
Question: what size of reeds should we purchase?
Answer: By “size on reeds” I think you actually mean strength or stiffness of the reeds (2, 2 1/2, 3, etc.). The mouthpiece that comes with the Mendini Bari takes Baritone Saxophone size reeds. The strength needed depends on the individual player and can change over time. I’d say start with 2 1/2 (medium) strength. You’ll … see more