saxophones,clarinets, flutes, oboes
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"step-up" intermediate horns, to vintage high end classics.  All our horns
are put into top playing condition before you buy them, or they're indicated
as "scheduled for overhaul" to let you know they're on their way.  If you
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Alto Saxophones
Status
Price
Selmer (Paris) Mark VI #165047.  Nice playing Mark 6 alto, vintage
1969.  Original lacquer is about 50% intact.  Great intonation, dark
sound, crisp mechanics.       


Available


$4,600
Selmer (Paris) Super Balance Action #48320.  Predecessor to the
Mark VI, the SBA's are very much in demand for the dark sound
and tight focus due to a slightly smaller bore.  This one has about
60% of its original (we assume) lacquer intact Kind of an
ugly-beauty, it has a great sound at a very reasonable price.



Sold



$2,800
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.    
 Pics


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
Yamaha 60 Alto #053807.  The 62 is one of Yamaha's professional
level saxophones, along with the Custom and the Custom Z.  This
one is in near-mint condition, with only a few minor scratches and
tiny dings.  Pads, corks, springs in good shape.  Wonderful big,
fat, sound, and the intonation is exceptional.  What you would
expect from Yamaha.


Available


$1,800
KeilwerthSX90R #121494.  Black nickel silver body with gold
lacquered keys makes for a very distinctive look on this near-mint
condition alto.  Concave mother-of-pearl key touches, never-stick
G# key mechanism and adjustable palm key hights are just a few
of the design advances made by Keilwerth.  Huge sound and
free-blowing.


   Sold


$2,750
Martin Committee III #190401.  Also known as "The Martin Alto"
because of the engraving on the bell, these horns are amazing.  
Nice dark, complex sound, very light, refined action.  They a being
used more and more as players discover their charms.  This one
is in pristine condition, with about 90% of the original lacquer
intact.  Pads a bit on the old side, but plays great as is.



Available



$1,600
More great altos coming soon!
Tenor Saxophones
Status
Price
Selmer  (Paris)Mark VI #93486       Wonderful playing 5-digit
Mark VI tenor from 1961.  This horn was re-lacquered but the
tone holes are level and the pads seat just fine.  Lacquer about
60% intact.  Great, free blowing sound, great
price.                                                                                                


Available


$5,800
Selmer (Paris) Mark VII #277835.  When Selmer introduced the
Mark VII in the early '70's, it was met with disdain by the
professional community because it was such a radically
different design.  Now, people are re-considering the VII.  They
are very nice  horns and compare favorably with many of the
newer horns today.  This one is in very nice cosmetic condition,
with about 80% of its original lacquer intact.  Pads on the old
side, but still functional.  Worth a test drive.


Sold


$2,500
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!
 Pics


Sold


$8,900
King Zephyr Special #216081.  Sterling silver neck, pearl inlay
on all side keys and octave key, starburst engraving on the bell
keys, triple strap-hook rings; this tenor has it all.  Great vintage
sound to boot.  A classic!


Sold


$1,800
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
Yanagisawa 901 #00291738 .  Very nice sopranon in near-mint
condition.  One of the most responsive sopranos I have ever
played.  Very comfortable in the hands.

Available

$2,250
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
King Zephyr Baritone #247861.  Silver plated low Bb
baritone made in 1940.  Classic Art Deco engraving on th
bell.  Peal inlay on octave key, triple strap hook rings,
custom key guards on the "chair side".  Pads, corks,
springs, felts, etc. are all in good condition.  Great playing
baritone with a touch of class.                                 
 Photos

Available

$3,200
Bundy (Keilwerth) Baritone #51213.  The bell is stamped
"Bundy" but this is definitely a Keilwerth-made horn.  
Selmer/Bundy farmed out the baritones to Keilwerth for a
period of time during the 60's.  This one has its clear Lucite
key guard intact.  Very space-age.  A very nice low Bb
baritone saxophone at a reasonable price.
                

Available

$2,400
More great baris coming soon!