Bass Sax



The Bass Saxophone is a large, low-pitched member of the saxophone family, typically used in jazz and classical music. It is typically made of brass with a lacquer finish and features a conical bore and a curved neck, producing a deep and resonant tone. The instrument has a range of two and a half octaves and is equipped with a mouthpiece and reed, which are critical components in determining the quality of sound. Due to its size and weight, the bass saxophone is typically played while seated and requires a specialized harness for support.


The instrument is often used as a foundation for the rhythm section in jazz ensembles and provides a rich and powerful foundation to any musical performance. With its unique sound and powerful presence, the Bass Saxophone is an excellent choice for advanced musicians looking to expand their tonal palette.