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Selmer Paris

£3,200.00
A fantastic example of the French made model. The Selmer Paris Recital A Clarinet brings out the warmth in the clarinet sound. Read more
£700.00
A French-made intermediate level wooden clarinet, perfect for the advancing player. Read more
£4,450.00
The Selmer Super Action 80 Series II Soprano Saxophone is a beautifully toned instrument, rich in high harmonics, and has excellent projection power. Read more
£8,950.00
The Selmer Super Action 80 series 2 Baritone Saxophone has exceptional acoustic features: unrivalled tuning across the range, an open and rich sound, presence and great projection power. Read more
£2,495.00
To respond to the ever-changing needs of musicians, Henri SELMER Paris now offers, with its SeleS brand, the Axos alto saxophone. Read more
£800.00
A French-made intermediate level wooden clarinet, perfect for the advancing player. Read more
£3,995.00
The Selmer Super Action 80 series II is probably the world's most popular professional saxophone, made in the most famous saxophone factory in France. Read more
£4,895.00
The Selmer Series III Soprano Saxophone possesses a smooth, warm tone, it displays a rich timbre  particularly in the upper register Read more
£6,495.00
The Selmer Reference 54 tenor sax is a concept which combines acoustic or ergonomic characteristics of several famous previous Selmer Paris models with the qualities of today’s top design and manufacture.
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£4,995.00
The Selmer “Super Action 80 Series II” tenor sax is a highly flexible instrument. Its particularly well-balanced mechanism offers comfortable handling and great playing precision.
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£4,895.00
The Series III Selmer alto saxophone is wonderful to play. It responds to the slightest breath or tongue modulation so that you can really express your personality. Read more
£165.00
The Selmer Soloist alto saxophone mouthpiece is perfect for the solo classical performer. Ideal for a player performing recitals and playing ABRSM Grade style repertoire. Read more
£230.00
Based on the Concept mouthpiece, the all new Selmer Paris Claude Delangle alto saxophone mouthpiece features a new design that combines ebonite and metal. Read more
£150.00
The Selmer Paris S90 190 alto sax mouthpiece is played by famous musicians all over the world. Based on the S80 mouthpiece, the S90 is perfect for musicians wanting an all-round mouthpiece. Read more
£135.00
Selmer Paris S80 D Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece
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£174.00
The Selmer Paris S80 Rubber Saxophone Mouthpiece is characterised by its very warm grained, full toned sound.
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£174.00
The Selmer Paris S80 D Rubber Saxophone Mouthpiece is characterised by its very warm grained, full toned sound. Read more
£174.00
Selmer Paris S80 C* Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece.
The C* is by far the most popular, particularly as a first upgrade from a standard student mouthpiece. Read more
£189.00
The Selmer Concept tenor saxophone mouthpiece is suitable for Classical music, this mouthpiece has the design and acoustics to give the player that warm, defined and precise sound. Read more
£124.00
The S80 D soprano saxophone mouthpiece has achieved an unprecedented level of popularity and is widely regarded as the reference mouthpiece of today. Read more
Selmer Paris

In 1885 following graduation from the Conservatoire de Paris, Henri Selmer began making reeds, mouthpieces, and clarinets in Paris. In 1898, Henri’s brother, Alexandre left for the US and began selling clarinets as he toured with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. These instruments would gain in popularity in Europe and America, winning awards at the 1900 Paris Exhibition and in 1904 St Louis World’s Fair. In 1905, Henri took over the Barbier Company, a flute maker in Paris.

In 1922, Selmer introduced its first saxophones under the name “Series 22”. The Selmer brand continued to grow strength in woodwinds. In 1931, Selmer Paris acquired the brass manufacturer Millereau and began making trumpets. Later Selmer Paris would even begin manufacturing guitars in partnership with Mario Maccaferri. It wasn’t until the release of the Balanced Action saxophone in 1936 that Selmer Paris truly established their position as the leader in saxophone design. The Balanced Action and Super Action saxophones would follow leading up to the introduction of the Mark VI in 1954.

Between 1954 and 1974, Selmer Paris sold over a quarter million units of the Mark VI. Even today, it is the chosen ‘vintage’ instrument by professionals around the world. As times changed, so did Selmer Paris’ models and the Mark VI evolved to the Mark VII, the Super Action 80, the Series II, and Series III. In 2003, Selmer Paris launched the Reference 54 saxophone which is based on the feel and response of the Mark VI with modern intonation refinements.

Today, Selmer Paris is a leading manufacturer and the choice instrument of clarinet and saxophone professionals around the world. The instruments continue to be hand-crafted in Paris with the fourth generation of Selmer family members leading the company.