P. Mauriat sopranos

Like the others in the saxophone family, the soprano saxophone has its own distinguished personality.  From Formeau to Coltrane, many distinguished saxophonists have enjoyed playing the soprano over the span of more than one hundred years since its development in 1846.

P. Mauriat offers a great line of soprano saxophone models and has attracted many wonderful players who have since become endorsers, all of whom have their own style and personality when playing.

P. Mauriat’s most popular soprano is the System 76 model which comes with a variety of finishes, including the dark matte and the unlacquered finish.  The System 76 also has great response and flexibility along with very comfortable ergonomics which helps to facilitate the player’s musicality as much as possible.

So if you’re in the market for a great sounding soprano saxophone with a comfortable feel, P. Mauriat has what you’re looking for.

P. Mauriat soprano artists:

Juan Alzate

Antonio Arnedo

Pedro Julio Aviles

Eddie Baccus, Jr.

Roberto Benitez

Gary Campbell

James Carter

Alejandro Chiabrando

Luis Deniz

Enrico Galante

Arno Haas

Bill Harris

Adam Larson

Carlos Lastra

Artem Mendelenko

Karlhos Misajel

Timur Nekrasov

Greg Osby

Jorge Pardo

Darren Rahn

Aldo Salvent

Pawel Smorag

Rick Sweum

Patrick Trahan

Carlos Ubarte

Farrell Vernon

Keyan Williams

 

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