Rampone and Cazzani have been making high quality instruments for 200 years. Each horn is hand made, hand engraved and features some of the highest quality materials you can find anywhere. When the conversation starts about what soprano to play, the Rampone Saxello has quickly entered the conversation in a big way.
Featuring an angled neck and flared bell, this large bore Soprano allows for the player to do anything and everything. The added curve to the neck is similar in design to many "two neck" sopranos, where the curve provides slightly more resistance, allowing the player to have a different level of feedback at the extremes of the registers. As with all Rampone instruments, the sound points to the past, while the modern key work is designed to allow for the contemporary musician to have the facility required to perform in 2018. This combination is particularly striking in the Rampone Saxello as it features a large, warm tone, but is agile enough to thrive within modern music. You would be hard-pressed to find a more exciting and enjoyable soprano on the market.
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