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Saxophone sopranino

Super Action 80 Series II

Réf. 2311020076

Entirely manufactured with a traditional setting and by our best craftspeople. As a beautifully accurate saxophone, it produces a rich and colourful tone.

The Eb sopranino saxophone is a very delicate instrument both in its approach to playing and in its manufacturing. It is the highest voice of the saxophone family and is more and more used in the contemporary repertoire.

The Henri SELMER Paris "Super Action 80 Series II" sopranino has a good general emission and an attractive timbre: despite its ambitus, it has a warm sound and a very strong relationship with the Eb alto.

It is fully integrated in the "Super Action 80 Series II" spirit while asserting a real personality.

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Regular price 14990€
Sale price 14990€ Regular price
Recommended retail price incl. VAT (Europe)
Made in France Made in France
Certified by a professional musician Certified by a professional musician
Adjustments guaranteed in you dealer shop Adjustments guaranteed in you dealer shop
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Birth of a saxophone


The saxophone is a particularly sensitive instrument, consisting of more than 600 parts. Its production requires more than 2,000 operations.

At Henri SELMER Paris, the manufacturing process is totally integrated for a better control of quality and supply processes.

In the century-old workshops located in Mantes-la-Ville, our craftspeople use traditional, unique and authentic know-how, combining high technology with respect for traditional methods of making instruments.

Technical characteristics
leather with metal resonator with rivet
S80 C* mouthpiece, cap, ligature, neck strap, swab, cork grease, Light case
low Bb / high F#
Thumb support
right hand (adjustable) in resin
lacquered, silver plated

Le meilleur du saxophone

Le saxophone sopranino est un instrument puissant et polyvalent, d'une grande agilité à bien des égards (notes, nuances, articulations).
Pedro Bittencourt
Chaleur du son, maniabilité, justesse.
Yochk'o Seffer
Un son riche, une excellente ergonomie.
Amit Dubester