Distinguished SOTW Member
I bought a BAM SW-0018 swab for my soprano saxophones, because I use and like BAM Trekking cases and BAM mouthpiece pouches. The swab was supposedly designed for straight soprano saxophones. I put the swab in the bell and tried to pull it through the neck but it became firmly lodged in the neck. I had to cut the swab, push it down through the neck with a cross hair (Phillips) screwdriver, and then pull it out through the low D hole, which is now bent and will probably require a $50 repair. Therefore, I lost $13 on the swab and will likely lose $50 for the repair. I would not suggest using the BAM SW-0018 swab for soprano saxophone, unless you cut the swab before using it.