Is it okay to learn the soprano sax with no woodwind experience?

I’m an amazing euphonium (low brass) and piano player. I have a lot of music inclination. I’ve recently been interested in buying a soprano sax to learn to play over the summer. However, everywhere i read, it says that you shouldn’t try to play a soprano sax without first either playing alto sax, or clarinet.

This probably sounds conceited, but I’m an amazing musician and I want to try something new and challenging. Is this a good idea? (I really don’t want to lean alto)

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