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This is pretty stupid, but I've been playing soprano saxophone for three years and I don't know where the high G key is on a soprano saxophone... Can anybody tell me? Thanks!
 

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if there is one it is usually located above the Hi F# key which is immediately above the F# trill key which is on the right side around and between the E and D stack keys. Lots of sops don't have one
 

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Ahhh Stephen ... that ain't fair .... a picture is worth a thousand words LOL
 

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Oh... Well.... i guess mine doesn't have one... BIG WHOOP... I don't play higher than F...So Im good...
 

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But on a serious note, thanks! I appreciate your answers!
 

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I use altissimo G on Soprano all the time when playing rock or funk alongside a loud ensemble. Definitely piercing. B
 

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I used the G key on my soprano to impress our trumpet players a while back. That's seems to be the only purpose I've found for it so far. But hey, that's enough. :bluewink:
 
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