The 300 series offers a complete range of top quality recorders – from sopranino to bass. All these instruments deliver a rich body of sound, while providing the convenience of durable, maintenance-free ABS resin. Because of the range, of their tonal expression and their super playability, these recorders are fully competitive with more expensive wooden models.
The Yamaha Recorder is designed to provide a perfect start to anyone’s musical education.
It offers an ideal amount of air resistance for easy control, and features an accuracy of intonation you would expect to find only on more expensive models. Though other plastic recorders may have a similar appearance, Yamaha ABS recorders are truly superior instruments.
The YAS280 saxophone offers a perfect start or upgrade because they are designed with the student in mind. Relatively light-weight and ergonomically shaped, they are easy to hold and to play.
The intonation is perfect, as you would expect from Yamaha, and it is easy to get a great sound. The Yamaha design offers students optimum support, thus greatly assisting both learning progress and creativity.
Based on the highly recommended YAS275 saxophone the new YAS280 is even further enhanced with a new, more stable neck receiver and a new low B-C# connection for better adjustment.
The unique saxophone for the younger and smaller player!
Design – The Alphasax is based around the original body tube of an alto saxophone with completely redesigned mechanism and tone hole positioning for the smaller individual who would previously have been told to “wait until they got bigger” before they could learn to play the sax.
The Alphasax Solution to a normal alto saxophone for the younger or smaller player
Problematic keys with long finger stretch have been removed or redesigned for extra comfort.
The weight has been reduced by an amazing 33%.
Key and Mechanism – The Alphasax in the key of Eb, with a full two octave chromatic facility using established finger positioning to enable the smaller player to learn the alto saxophone using current study books. New and innovative mechanism has enabled us to maintain the finger positioning of a normal saxophone.