#2
Treble clef (G).
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#4
Treble clef. Weve been over this question before and it is treble.

And whats it matter if its in Bb? Trumpet is in Bb ya know, and its treble.
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#5
yea,
I've been playing tenor sax for 10years, it's Treble Clef, in the key of Bb. The key has nothing to do with the clef. Bass clef just has a different placement of notes (a tenor sax can play a part that is in bass clef if the player knows the placement of notes on the staff).
#6
You should consider buying a book on arranging. They usually list ALL of the instruments clefs and how to transpose for the instrument.
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