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Yamaha YAS-25
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Yamaha YAS-25

Saxophone from Yamaha belonging to the YAS series.

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Yamaha YAS-25Published on 05/03/04 at 13:47
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This is the entry level of the Japanese Yamaha YAS.
It is a tool that I used four years for beginners on sax and is the main purpose of this line of sax (the "25") learning.
At a price allchant trs (just over 1000) for alto sax, the sax is the beginners trs not rich, which is the case for many, including me.
After 4 years, I have to chang to turn to the worship Selmer (Bond if you want to progress more srieusement), but I did not t the actual products: a qualitprix report any evidence, trs correct finish, a varnish trsrsistant, a well sr not as rich as that of a Selmer but holds the road well, enough buffers r tants as well (as proof I did that change once). Only problem is that......
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This is the entry level of the Japanese Yamaha YAS.
It is a tool that I used four years for beginners on sax and is the main purpose of this line of sax (the "25") learning.
At a price allchant trs (just over 1000) for alto sax, the sax is the beginners trs not rich, which is the case for many, including me.
After 4 years, I have to chang to turn to the worship Selmer (Bond if you want to progress more srieusement), but I did not t the actual products: a qualitprix report any evidence, trs correct finish, a varnish trsrsistant, a well sr not as rich as that of a Selmer but holds the road well, enough buffers r tants as well (as proof I did that change once). Only problem is that sax feeble ct of serious, hard out, not just the trs beginners, although it manages progressing.
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Yamaha YAS-25Published on 05/28/05 at 04:45
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Unfortunately I will not be as optimistic as the Previous yas 25 ..

Saxo I used many years before moving Selmer is above all a study of saxophone. However, if the quality of yamaha s'amliorant goes, the quality of saxes DIFFERENT, she will sawtooth: I even had a Yas 25 acht nine who had serious which did not come out, a more acute as false, and a sound that gnrale rapporchait more the bugle, then a friend I had a yas 25 whose sound is okay and is relatively false in the high ...

Obviously, do not ask too much for the price it is ... trs COMPTITE is, it must be said ..

I would say that with the exprience, it's a choice I would do if j'tais beginners, but it's a sax should not......
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Unfortunately I will not be as optimistic as the Previous yas 25 ..

Saxo I used many years before moving Selmer is above all a study of saxophone. However, if the quality of yamaha s'amliorant goes, the quality of saxes DIFFERENT, she will sawtooth: I even had a Yas 25 acht nine who had serious which did not come out, a more acute as false, and a sound that gnrale rapporchait more the bugle, then a friend I had a yas 25 whose sound is okay and is relatively false in the high ...

Obviously, do not ask too much for the price it is ... trs COMPTITE is, it must be said ..

I would say that with the exprience, it's a choice I would do if j'tais beginners, but it's a sax should not keep more than 3 or 4 years at home, because it hurts the player's Panou!
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Yamaha YAS-25Published on 07/10/10 at 01:48
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Overall this is a good sax of study can be found for less than 500 euros in time, the difference between same-sax model is linked primarily to adjustments made, stamping, sealing and so on. So just to make a good restoration by a luthier and this experience will make all the difference. I tried hundreds of sax in 20 years, once you have your own sound with your mouth cavity, it should sound on sax all in good condition. Even a nine sax can super set incorrectly or improperly mounted, it depends on the person who did the work. This sax is part of the school where I work, it was never settled and did not move much, even with a large number of users. On the ergonomic level is less than a......
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Overall this is a good sax of study can be found for less than 500 euros in time, the difference between same-sax model is linked primarily to adjustments made, stamping, sealing and so on. So just to make a good restoration by a luthier and this experience will make all the difference. I tried hundreds of sax in 20 years, once you have your own sound with your mouth cavity, it should sound on sax all in good condition. Even a nine sax can super set incorrectly or improperly mounted, it depends on the person who did the work. This sax is part of the school where I work, it was never settled and did not move much, even with a large number of users. On the ergonomic level is less than a Yanagisawa study, or a Super Action 80, and all made a little toy, the fine metal finishes sometimes coarse: the downside. This is the sax that I recommend for beginners.
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Yamaha YAS-25Published on 08/10/10 at 11:22
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I bought this sax 7 years ago and it still sounds as bien.Je'm not a pro model has passed since I put the keyboard in the meantime.
It is a very good saxophone study Emission easy, ergonomic keys, and also rather pleasant.
Only small problem on mine: a problem of accuracy in the C # that requires correction in the grip of the bill, but hey you get used to force.et problems accuracy are unfortunately legion and a sax has postponed the other even pout a modele.Pour have tried other brand in the same price range, my preference goes to the widely yas25.aprés was not necessarily the grain of a Selmer but with a good mouthpiece and reed adapted the sound is very correct.L instrument itself......
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I bought this sax 7 years ago and it still sounds as bien.Je'm not a pro model has passed since I put the keyboard in the meantime.
It is a very good saxophone study Emission easy, ergonomic keys, and also rather pleasant.
Only small problem on mine: a problem of accuracy in the C # that requires correction in the grip of the bill, but hey you get used to force.et problems accuracy are unfortunately legion and a sax has postponed the other even pout a modele.Pour have tried other brand in the same price range, my preference goes to the widely yas25.aprés was not necessarily the grain of a Selmer but with a good mouthpiece and reed adapted the sound is very correct.L instrument itself is relatively reliable, no mechanical or other concerns, the buffers are still holding the stroke, so I do not maintain it.
I recommend it to all those who want a good value for money tool for starting and very reliable over time.
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  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: YAS-25
  • Series: YAS
  • Category: Saxophones
  • Added in our database on: 12/18/2003

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