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Series III Baritone
Baritone Saxophone
Series III Baritone

The Series III baritone opens the way to an original repertoire and soloist destiny, following in the path of the bass clarinet.

  • With unparalleled tuning balance, its tone colour is remarkably even, including in the extreme registers.
  • The sound, rich in overtones and embracing... + Read more
Variant Price
Lacquered
13950 € Out of stock
Silver plated
15850 € Out of stock
Black
15750 € Out of stock
Brushed
15550 € Out of stock
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Series III Baritone
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What's behind
conception

Made up of more than 600 parts, the saxophone is a particularly complex instrument. At Henri SELMER Paris, the production line is completely integrated enabling both better control of the quality and of the supply process.

In our workshops located in Mantes-la-Ville since 1919, nearly 500 craftspeople mobilize a traditional, unique and authentic know-how, combining high technology with the respect of the artisanal instrument manufacturing. Discover the main stages of production.
 


 

Baritone saxophones range

Technical caracteristics
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Key
Eb
Ambitus
from low A to high F#
Thumb rests
left hand and right hand (adjustable) in metal
Weight
5.6 kg
Accessory
waterkey on the upper arm
Pads
leather with metal resonator with rivet
Finish
lacquered, silver plated, black, brushed
Included
S80 C* Baritone mouthpiece with ligature and cap, neck strap, swab, cork grease, Baritone Flight case.
Serial number
Year of manufacture
Finishing
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Producing a very direct, homogeneous sound with great flexibility and suppleness, this balanced mouthpiece will meet the needs of both...
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"It’s a very dynamic instrument, with enormous projection power. The ‘piano’ nuances, often difficult to produce on the baritone, come out perfectly, with a sound that stays centered and doesn’t lose its timbre."
Gilles Tressos
"I have been playing this instrument since 2010 after having experimented with the Series II baritone for 14 years. This Series III offers exceptional playing comfort and ergonomics. It is a little lighter than the Series II. I love homogeneity of sound, roundness, ease of emission and great fluidity."
Céline Bonacina
"I have four Serie III saxophones: soprano, alto, tenor and baritone. I feel at home when I play them, but I can go as far away from home with them and I know that they can take me anywhere!"
Joshua Hyde
"This instrument is stunning. So easy to play, but with a real depth to the sound - it loves to be pushed, and I'm only scratching the surface of what it can do - which is great!"
Michael Jamieson
"The Series III baritone is a great instrument, spontaneous and balanced throughout the register.Very nice is the ease of emission and the attack of the note A low, both in the dynamics of the pianissimo and the fortissimo."
Mimmo Malandra
"I love this instrument because of its sound projection, good intonation and ease of playing"
Joan Marti-Frasquier
"Amazing sound projection, very ergonomic and confortable, it is a refined instrument."
Pedro Pablo Camara Toldos
"I’ve always played only Selmer saxophones: in my opinion, Selmer is to saxophone what Mercedes is to cars, Rolex to watches, Parmigiano to Italian cuisine… simply the best!"
Fabrizio Paoletti
"The Baritone Series III gives me the power of sound that all baritones have with the smooth and beautiful tone that I get in my other Selmer instruments."
Alicia Camiña Ginés