How Much Does a Saxophone Weigh?

Here's how much a tenor, alto, baritone, soprano, contrabass and subcontrabass weigh?

How Much Does a Saxophone Weigh?

How Much Does a Tenor Saxophone Weigh?

The standard tenor saxophones weighs about 6lb 4oz (3kgs), mouthpiece included. Surprisingly, there are no sign ificant differences between brands.

The idea that good quality saxophones are heavier has long been refuted.

How Much Does a Alto Saxophone Weigh?

The standard alto saxophone weighs about 4lb 5oz (2.2kgs), mouthpiece included. Again, there are no significant differences between brands.

How Much Does a Baritone Saxophone Weigh?

The standard baritone saxophone comes in at about 11lb 2oz (5.1kgs), mouthpiece included. Again, there are no significant differences between brands.

How Much Does a Soprano Saxophone Weigh?

The standard soprano saxophone comes in at about 2lb 2oz (1kg), mouthpiece included. Again, there are no significant differences between brands.

The standard C soprano saxophone comes in at about 2lb 1oz (.94kgs), mouthpiece included. Again, there are no significant differences between brands.

How Much Does a C Melody Saxophone Weigh?

The standard C soprano saxophone comes in at about 4lb 5oz (2.2kgs), mouthpiece included. Again, there are no significant differences between brands.

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I've played the alto and then the tenor saxophone for close to a decade now. I gig with several bands around the world for most months in a year. I created SqueakingSax to share with you some interesting tips and techniques I've picked up along the way.

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