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Buffet Super Dynaction Alto 16883 Original Lacquer Good Condition Old Pads$ 1,250
Buffet Super Dynaction alto saxophone with original lacquer. This alto came from a collector who favored Buffet saxophones, and it is priced to sell, in good condition. It has had some dings removed, and the pads are old, but you’ll get an excellent pro alto for a bargain price if you get this and get it overhauled. It has the ‘sparkle’ lacquer that the earlier serial Buffet Super Dynaction saxophones have. The earlier ones like this also play darker, and look great too. The original case comes with it. They’re one of the few saxophones along with the Mark VI and the Couf Superba 1 that have a complex, interesting, vintage tone, but keywork that feels more or less modern under the fingers. Intonation is also typically quite good, as you might expect from Buffet Crampon Paris.
Conn 28M Connstellation Alto Great Deal 348595$ 1,600
Bargain price on a beautiful Conn Connstellation 28M alto. This is Conn’s last great innovation in alto saxophones, and it should be a part of any good collection of American saxophones. The 28M features improved octave key mechanism and design, a beautiful tone, double socket neck, and the space age plastic pants guard. This one looks like a factory relacquer and I got the pants guard custom made so that it’s a new one without any cracks or chips. The pads are older, but the horn is otherwise in great shape. It includes the original 28M hard case as well! Priced to move. Only one available!
King Super 20 Alto 1953 Full Pearls Original Lacquer Recent Overhaul! 323895$ 5,200
King Super 20 Alto 1954 Full Pearls Relacquer 340636$ 3,850
Selmer Mark VI Tenor 1955 Original Lacquer Plays Well 59259$ 15,500
This VI tenor is dark, rich, powerful, and focused. It’s one of the VI tenors that accounts for the reputation of the Selmer Mark VI Tenor being what it is today. This horn has had its share of dents removed from the back of the body tube along the area of the thumb hook. The work was done nicely though, and there’s not sign of dents now. This horn was owned by the same person for a very long time – pro player, who took great care of it and played it his whole life. It’s not the sort of horn that you sell. The pads are a mix of older and newer and have just been tuned up. It plays well, but you’re going to be doing some tune ups on it down the road as some of the pads are pretty old. Still, you can play it now like this and it sounds great and responds well. 1955 is an excellent year for a VI both as a player and as an investment. Only one available!