saxophones,clarinets, flutes, oboes
Professional Saxophones
"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 Balanced Action #48541.  Pristine SBA
alto from 1952.  Played for two years and then put away in
storage.  All original lacquer, pads, resos, case.  A time
capsule alto.                                                                     
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     Available

     $8,000
Selmer (Paris)Mark VI #216966.  Beautiful silver plated Mark
6 from 1973, just before the switch to the Mark 7.  Complex,
dark sound with incredible projection.  Completely gone
over in our shop and ready to play.  Please check out the
photos.                                                                        
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Available


$5,000
Selmer (Paris) Mark VII #266656.  The Mark 7 got a bad rap
when it was released in the early '70's.  The Mark 6 was a
tough act to follow.  Time has softened the blow, however.   
The 7's are very nice professional saxophones.   The horn
feels "bigger" in the hands, due to larger plateau and pinky
keys, something  that has become standard in most
saxophones today.  You really should not rule these horns
out if you are looking for a professional vintage alto at a
resonable price.      
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Available



$3,200
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
Great playing, vintage sound and classy looks!



Available



$1,400
Yamaha 62 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.  Just what you would expect from
Yamaha.                                            
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Available


$1,800
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!
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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 soprano in near-mint condition.  
One of the most responsive sopranos I have ever played.  Very
comfortable in the hands.  high F# key, front high F key.  Superb
intonation.                                              
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Available

$2,250
The Woodwind Semi-Curved Soprano.  Nicely made Taiwanese soprano.  
The bell tips up slightly and one of the two necks is curved.  Satin silver
body, silver plated keys.  Nice budget soprano.              

Available

$850
Jupiter Soprano #700879.  Jupiter has been making good student
instruments for some time.  This student soprano is well built, with a nice
tone, and a great price.

Available

$750
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.                                 
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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.
        

Sold

$2,400
More great baris coming soon!