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"step-up" intermediate horns, to vintage high end classics.  All our horns
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Alto Saxophones
Status
Price
Selmer (Paris) Mark VI #88760.  Super-clean 5 digit Mark 6
alto, vintage 1960.  Original lacquer is about 95% intact.  
Great, dark sound, typical of the early 6's.  Very little wear.  
This one will be around for another 50 years....       
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Sold


$5,500
Yamaha Custom Z #D64759.  The Custom Z is on of
Yama
ha's two top-of-the-line models.  The "Z" is patterned
after the classic Selmer Mark VI, both in sound and feel.  The
late, great alto player Phil Woods endorsed and
recommended these horns.  This one is in near-mint
condition, barely a scratch.  Save $1,200 off the cost of a
new one.  Great horn!



Available



$3,000
Buescher 400 #321920, "Top Hat and Cane".  Classic vintage
alto in extremely clean condition.  Wrap-around octave
mechanism,  "Buescher 400" embossed in nickel silver on
the bell, engraved on the G# key, silver ring on underside of
bell, yellow plastic rollers, sailboat and castle engraved on
the bell.   The whole package.  A collector's item.    
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Available


$2,200
Conn 6M "Naked Lady", #336139.  1949 Vintage alto,
underslung octave key, micro-tuner, non-rolled tone holes.  
Price includes a complete overhaul in our shop.

Available

$1,400
Conn "Transitional" Alto, #M243506.  Made in 1930, these
horns were a "transition" from the New Wonder model to the
6M, or "Lady Face" model.  It has characteristics of both: the
micro
-tuner neck of the 6M; the back Eb key of the earlier
New Wonder.  This one is satin silver plated, with incredibly
ornate Art Deco engraving on the bell.  Overhauled in our
shop back in 2015, it still has plenty of life in the pads, etc.
Great playing, vintage sound and classy looks!



Available



$1,400
King Zephyr #339592.   The Zephyr is sometimes referred to
as "the poor man's Super 20".  It has similar body
dimensions to the Super 20, so it sounds like a Super 20, but
at less than half the cost.  I've always liked these horns.  
Great playing 1954 vintage alto at a modest price.


Available


$1,500
King Zephyr #247300.   Same as above, but an earlier, 1940
version.  Nifty triple strap ring.

Available

$1,000
More great altos coming soon!
Tenor Saxophones
Status
Price
Selmer Mark VI #136314.       Wonderful playing Mark VI tenor from
1966.  Formerly owned by a pro player, this horn shows signs of wear.  
Has about 40% of its original lacquer intact.  This horn was overhauled
in our shop about a year ago, and is still very fresh.  Pads and
mechanics are excellent.  Great, free blowing
sound.                                                                                                       
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$6,500
Selmer Mark VI #156242.  A rare find.  Vintage 1968 Mark 6 tenor in
near-museum-quality condition.  Original lacquer is 100% intact.  
Original pads, corks, felts.  Pretty much what it looked like, straight out
of the factory.  The only flaw we see are a few scratches around the
strap hook ring.  If you are looking for a clean Mark VI, they don't come
any cleaner!                                                            
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$10,000
Selmer (Paris) Mark VI #68674.  A very nice 5 digit serial number Mark
VI tenor, vintage 1956.  Many players favor these early
Mark 6's, saying they have a "darker" tone color.  The only mechanical
difference is the side Bb and C mechanism which is simpler, and I think
better, than the metal ball configuration which came later.  This one has
about  80% of its original lacquer intact.  The neck has the same serial
number as that on the body.  A few very minor dings; pads on the older
side.  Great big sound!
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Available


$13,500
Selmer (Paris) Mark VI #109666.  Very nice Mark 6 tenor from 1963.  
Original lacquer is about 80% intact.  Nice big sound, great intonation,
smooth action.  Everything you want in a Mark VI!


Sold


$6,500
Keilwerth SX90 #118565.  Near-mint condition.  Keilwerth is know for
innovative design concepts like the non-stick G# mechanism found on
this tenor.  Huge bottom-end sound.  This horn currently sells for about
$5,800.  Here's your chance to save over half that price.


Sold


$2,600
Conn 10M (Naked Lady) # 274866.  Wonderfull "Naked Lady" or "Lady
Face" tenor.  Satin silver plate, with gold wash inside the bell.  This one
is scheduled for overhaul, and should be a monster 10M.  

Sold

$2,800
More great tenors coming soon!
Soprano Saxophones
Status
Price
Selmer (Paris) Super Action 80 #360563.  Very nice, mint
condition contemporary soprano saxophone.  Fixed neck,
front F, high F# key.   Great playing horn.                   
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Sold

$3,500
Yamaha 475 Soprano, #009707.  Yamaha's intermediate
soprano makes a great horn for the doubler or advancing
student.  This one plays great!               

Sold

$1,600
Selmer Mark VI, #261535.  Very nice Mark VI soprano.  Plays to
high F.  Great condition. Superb pitch.

Sold

$4,000
More great sopranos coming soon!
Baritone Saxophones
Status
Price
Selmer Mark VI, #283927 Low A Baritone.  Original lacquer
is about 75% intact. Great playing baritone with low A.    
Players horn.

Available

$5,800
Conn 12M, #M262771. Classic period Conn "Lady Face"
baritone sax, made in 1934.  Plays to low Bb.  Great horn
for the jazz pro, advanced student or doubler.  Original
lacquer about 75% intact.  A
great playing bari sax!
                                  

Available

$4,800
More great baris coming soon!