Here’s another major scale for saxophone – B major. Has five sharps. F#, C#, G#, D#, A#
The links to a few others are below. I think I’ll include all these diagrams and possibly recorded examples within Saxophone Tribe and an upcoming beginning class on saxophone.
Here it is, the ‘hardest’ scale for saxophone. Generally the keys with sharps are a little less familiar for saxophones than the keys with flats. And C# has a sharp on every note of the scale (all seven). Really, it’s just uncomfortable since we tend to play it …
Here’s the Ab major scale for saxophone. Ab sounds the same as G# and it’s sometimes more convenient to think about it as G#, but generally you want to think about it as Ab. There are four flats in the key of Ab.