Alto

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  • Buescher True Tone Alto Original Overhauled

    $ 900

    If you are looking for a great horn for the money, this is it! It has original lacquer, and I got it from a serious player who put a high end overhaul into it. This Buescher plays beautifully and is guaranteed to please.


  • Conn ‘Transitional’ Art Deco-engraved Alto Original Silver, Overhauled!

    $ 1,750

    1930’s transitional Conns deserve their reputation as quintessentially loud, warm, projecting lead altos for jazz and beyond. This one is beautiful, already restored, and ready to go.


  • Conn 26M Alto Connqueror from 1937 Near Mint NY Neck Warranty Card!

    $ 4,250

    This is the nicest 26M that I have ever had for sale, It is the most desirable version with the very rare 30M-style neck. Original lacquer, no past repairs, no damage, original pads, original warranty card! For the Conn-enthusiast (and I am one big time) this horn gets those dopamine receptors firing at full strength.


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    Conn Early 6M Alto Original Silver Plate Needs Overhaul Great Vintage!

    $ 1,600

    This is going to be such a great Conn 6M alto with a repad. Priced to move.


  • Conn Virtuoso Deluxe Alto Full Pearls Gold Plate Super Rare

    $ 4,250

    This alto is Conn’s top-top of the line, spare-no-expense model with triple gold plate, extensive engraving, and pearls on every key. These horns were special orders, and they are very very rare. Priced low for a great deal for someone.


  • Hiscox Artist Alto Black Saxophone Case LA-WAS-B

    $ 449

    Hiscox makes the best overall saxophone case on the market today for most horns. This is especially true for vintage saxophones, because a Hiscox case will fit harder-to-fit horns like a transitional Conn with split bell keys and a larger than normal bell. It will also fit a 10M or similar horn with opposite side bell keys. These are the strongest case on the market, as well as the best insulated against temperature changes, and also the lightest for travel or shipping.


  • Hiscox Artist Alto Ivory Saxophone Case LA-WAS-I

    $ 479

    Hiscox makes the best overall saxophone case on the market today for most horns. This is especially true for vintage saxophones, because a Hiscox case will fit harder-to-fit horns like a transitional Conn with split bell keys and a larger than normal bell. It will also fit a 10M or similar horn with opposite side bell keys. These are the strongest case on the market, as well as the best insulated against temperature changes, and also the lightest for travel or shipping.


  • Hiscox Pro II Alto Saxophone Case PRO-II-WAS-B

    $ 279

    Hiscox makes the best overall saxophone case on the market today for most horns. This is especially true for vintage saxophones, because a Hiscox case will fit harder-to-fit horns like a transitional Conn with split bell keys and a larger than normal bell. It will also fit a 10M or similar horn with opposite side bell keys. These are the strongest case on the market, as well as the best insulated against temperature changes, and also the lightest for travel or shipping.


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    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!


  • Leblanc System Alto Original Lacquer Rare!

    $ 950

    This is an original lacquer, original pads Leblanc System alto. These are some of the loudest, most in-tune, most modern altos ever made. This horn needs an overhaul of course. Pads are super old. But it’s one of the best deals there is in terms of quality for the money. This is a pro horn, made in France that was too expensive to keep manufacturing. These Leblanc System saxophones are seriously undervalued right now for how rare they are and for how great. The engraving is also deluxe. Includes a new ProTec Pro Pack contoured alto case as well that cost around $150.


  • Martin Committee II Alto Lion and Crown 130xxx

    $ 1,350

    This is a great first vintage alto. It’s in good playing condition, sounds GREAT, feels good under the fingers, tunes well, is beautifully engraved and made extremely well. Great deal for the price. You get way more for your money that you possibly could buying a modern horn, even used. Get this now and start enjoying the beautiful craftsmanship and sound of a top-quality vintage American-made saxophone for very little money.


  • Martin Master Typewriter Alto Gold Plate Portait Engraving

    $ 2,750

    The Martin Typewriter has a unified design concept that makes it a harmonious whole like no other horn. This rare example is in near mint condition with virtually no wear at all and nearly 100% original gold plate intact.


  • Selmer Mark VI Alto from 1967 Original Lacquer Great Player!

    $ 7,999

    I think that the VI altos between 136500-149xxx are probably the creme de la creme of Mark VI altos, all things considered.  It’s original lacquer, good mechanical condition with minimal damage or repairs, and the original neck is in great shape and not pulled down or dented. It’s a true player’s VI alto.


  • Selmer Mark VI Alto from 1969 165xxx Great Deal Original Lacquer

    $ 4,850

    Great deal on an original lacquer Selmer Mark VI Alto saxophone that should be a wonderful do-it-all alto for a lucky player!


  • Selmer Mark VI Alto Near Mint from 1960 88xxx Original Lacquer

    $ 8,999

    This is an exceptionally fine example of a Selmer Mark VI Alto. It has almost all its original lacquer, all original pads, and is from the most desirable serial range. Excellent player!


  • Selmer Radio Improved Alto Original Silver Plate Beautiful

    $ 5,650

    It doesn’t get much better than this rare silver Radio Improved alto.


  • Selmer Series II Alto Excellent Condition 550xxx

    $ 3,750

    This is a beautiful Selmer Series II (Model 52) Alto Saxophone in excellent condition. It has no past repairs and comes in good playing condition. Includes the nice original case.


  • Selmer Series III Alto Near Mint Beautiful! 624xxx

    $ 3,750

    Incredible deal on an almost new Series III Alto!


  • Selmer Super Action 80 Series 1 Alto 334xxx

    $ 3,150

    This is a good condition Selmer Super Action 80 Alto Saxophone. This horn is a Series 1, which has a darker, more complex tone than the Series II’s and III’s do. The Series I’s also have great build quality, employing real pivot screws (not spring loaded ones like the more recent Selmers).

    The great thing about these horns is that the dark core tone is ideal for serious saxophone study/lessons/college and also combines well with a brighter jazz mouthpiece to give you a nice jazz tone as well. If I were buying a modern, do-it-all Selmer alto, and I wasn’t going to drop twice this much money on a new Selmer, I would buy a nice Series I like this over the others, hands down.


  • Selmer Super Action 80 Series 1 Alto Nice!

    $ 2,799

    Great Deal on a Selmer Paris Alto that has a warm, dark, round tone and is in good structural condition.

     


  • Special Order a BAM Case! Lots of options available.

    $ 555

    Let’s find you the perfect case for you! Prices and availability vary.


  • Ted Klum Acoustimax Alto Mouthpiece – Like a good Meyer

    $ 265

    This is a mouthpiece that for the price is very hard to beat. It plays like a vintage Meyer Bros with a lot of punch, and is great for jazz, lead alto, or other sorts of playing where you want a warm, full tone that has a reasonable amount of projection. The quality control on these is very good – worlds better than your modern Meyer made by Babbitt. You can just buy one of these and it will play great, as opposed to buying ten modern Meyers and maybe finding one good one.


  • Ted Klum New York Model ‘GS Special’ Alto Mouthpiece

    $ 599

    Exclusive to GetASax.com, this is a “GetASax Special” (GS Special) facing and baffle that Ted Klum and I collaborated to produce. This mouthpiece is the product of taking Ted’s amazing  “New York Model” (based on his favorite NY Meyer Bros ‘fat boy’ alto piece) and making it play just like my favorite NY Meyer Bros alto piece in my collection of Meyer Bros mouthpieces.


  • Ted Klum NY Model No Band

    $ 500

    The first 10 Ted Klum “New York Model Alto Mouthpieces” are now available for sale! These hand finished beauties are the newest addition to our line of alto pieces and are created from CAD design that was based on Ted’s personal vintage “Fat Boy” Meyer Bros. from the 1950’s. Ted’s design is not simply a copy but another proprietary design that stands shoulder to shoulder to with the best vintage designs. Suffice it to say the first few prototypes have greatly exceeded our expectations and have been described as tonally rich, balanced and flexible with plenty of power and projection.


  • 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!


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    Yanagisawa A9932J Alto ‘Peter King Model’ Special Order Silver and Bronze!

    Fifty years from now, this is the saxophone you will wish you had bought and kept. It’s a 10/10 for a modern saxophone, with top quality build, materials, rarity, full engraving, and a great tone. Plus it’s repadded by Matt Stohrer.