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Written on: 02/09/2008
I have had my Yamaha saxophone for about 4 years now, and it is brilliant. It was my first reed instrument that then went on to 3 types of saxophone, and i have never wanted to change it for another instument. I play in a band called the Sticklebacks if you want to look it up, and if you look it up on youtube you can see me playing a saxophone with a fantastic sound. Generally, this sax is brilliant… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/06/2008
Very good intonation, good tone and technique. The Yamaha YAS 62 is best buy. Best combination between price and quality… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/01/2008
The Yamaha YAS 62 is easy to play, and shows off the players potential and capability. It has good sound quality, nice appearance, and I would recommend it… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/07/2005 by qpernukl (1 review written)
I got my Yamaha YAS 62 in 2002 and I bought it from saxophones.co.uk. It was the cheapest pro horn by far and I've dreamed of having one since I was a kid. The charactestic distinguishing feautuure of this horn is the bar (i don't know what it is technically called) that covers the Bb, B, C, and C# keys instead of skipping over the C key like on most horns. I think this is beautiful and makes the horn unique.
I think the Yamaha has a very free and bright sound from the lower to the upper. The… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/05/2005 by vrivelle (1 review written)
I am an amateur, but I am in the prime of my (non-musical) career and finally have enough money that I could afford to upgrade to the Yamaha YAS 62 from from my Bundy student model. I got the YAS-62 because it is the last sax I will ever need -- it produces a nice sound and has good action, but is far less expensive than a Selmer. I am satisfied overall, but a little disappointed at how sharp the upper register is. I noticed it when I bought the horn and ascribed it to the fact that my old horn… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/03/2004 by qwerty123456 (1 review written)
Amazing, it has a great tone and out of the 15 different ALTO saxophones I've played the Yamaha YAS 62 is flying ahead in first place. I have played saxophones by Oddessy, Yaniswaga, and even Selmer! The Yamaha Yas-62 beats the lot. I have small, stubby fingers and Yamaha is a great make for easy to reach keys… Read Full Review