Yanagisawa's professional baritone model. Full ribbed construction with the and the double connected table key. The B992 has a bronze bell, bow, body and neck which is slighlty brighter sound than the B991, but with very quick response.
The B991 is played by Artist / Endorser, Ryan Middagh (http://www.conn-selmer.com/en-us/artist-information/centerstage/artist-roster/ryan-middagh/ and http://www.ryanmiddagh.com/). Check out his new CD, "Colorado Brew", which I own and love, featuring Jeff Coffin and Tom Giampietro at: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/ryanmiddagh. Ryan in one of our customers and we are honored that he frequents Sax Alley and brings his students here as well!
The B991S is Silver-Plated, the B992P has a floor peg assembly and the B9930 has a Sterling Silver neck and body tube with a brass bell and the floor peg assembly.
Yanagisawa, like most newer baris, plays with a Slightly brighter sound quality, but the way this bari plays you can use just about any mouthpiece that works for you and you will get a great sound.
The Sax Alley price will include our $400 "New Horn Set Up" and Free Shipping.