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King Super 20 Tenor Full Pearls From 1951 Original Lacquer$ 5,500
This is one of the nicest King Super 20 Tenors that I have had in for sale. It is in gorgeous original condition, with original pads. Nobody has messed with this horn. The factory gold lacquer is still on the solid silver neck! A really clean King is about 10x harder to find than a clean Mark VI, and this is it.
The Martin Alto Committee III Excellent Original Condition Low Price$ 1,450
This nice, clean The Martin Alto is all original, including lacquer, pads, original neck and case all in excellent condition. When these are setup correctly, they are really a joy to play, and have a dry, powerful, jazzy tone. Great value on a 100% pro sax!
Selmer Super Balanced Action Tenor from 1953 Original Lacquer Original Pads!$ 14,999
It is hard to find a nicer Selmer Super Balanced Action tenor than this. It has almost all of its original lacquer, all original pads, original metal resonators, original, undamaged neck. No dents or dings, it even smells new.
SML Rev D / Gold Medal Tenor 11660 Original Perma-Gold Overhauled!$ 4,500
This is a rare, original Perma-Gold SML Rev D tenor. This horn has almost all of its beautiful original finish intact. It just got a good fresh overhaul and plays great! This is the SML to own in my opinion.
King Super 20 Alto from 1952 Original Lacquer Full Pearls
As far as I am concerned, the 50’s King Super 20 is the jazz alto. It’s the total package of beauty, craftsmanship, tone, ergonomics, and sheer pleasure. Pair it with a GS Special Alto mouthpiece, and you’ve got an unbeatable combination. It’s what I play, anyway. The price includes a full overhaul!
SML Baritone 10xxx SUPER Rare Original Lacquer Fresh Overhaul Gold Medal$ 5,500
This rare SML baritone saxophone is in fine condition, sporting Rev D / Gold Medal era keywork. The horn is original lacquer and is in good condition. It had an expensive $1400 overhaul last year, followed by another very thorough ($500) setup by Matt Stohrer.