The bassoon is a non-transposing woodwind instrument in the double reed family, that usually plays in the bass and tenor clefs.

Oscar Adler children's bassoon, model 1350

Level: Beginner
Material: Maple wood
Keywork: Low number of keys, to low C  

27.500,00

Secon-hand Takeda Basoon, in very good condition

Level: Professional 
Material: Maple, striped pattern
Keywork: Silver plated, 26 keys

28.740,00

Takeda student basson, model 1 

Level: Student 
Material: Maple wood
Keywork: Silver plated, 23 keys

34.300,00

Takeda bassoon, model 2 

Level: Intermediate 
Material: Maple wood 
Keywork: Silver plated, 26 keys

35.900,00

Takeda bassoon, model 3 

Level: Professional
Material: Maple wood, striped pattern
Keywork: Silver plated, 26 keys

44.100,00

Takeda bassoon, model 4 

Level: Professional 
Material: Maple wood, striped pattern 
Keywork: Silver plated, 27 keys 

55.500,00

Takeda bassoon, model 5 

Level: Professional 
Material: Maple wood, striped pattern 
Keywork: Silver plated, 28 keys 

58.800,00

Yamaha bassoon, model YFG-812

Level: Professional 
Material: Maple wood 
Keywork: Silver plated

186.539,00
By: Fox

The Renard Model 222 is the entry level, all-maple bassoon manufactured by Fox. It was patterned after the Fox Model II and introduced in 1971. Designed for young players, it offers schools and individuals a reliable wood bassoon suitable for middle through high school students. The 222 is easy to play and features the good intonation, even response and warm tone for which Fox bassoons are best known.

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Yamaha bassoon, model YFG-811

Level: Professional 
Material: Maple wood 
Keywork: Silver plated

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