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Buescher Aristocrat Series 1 Deco Engraved Silver Baritone Small Bell Fantastic 273737$ 4,500
This is the only small bell Buescher Art Deco baritone that I’ve seen. I’m sure there are others, but if there are, they could hardly be nicer than this one. It has almost all of its original silver plate intact, as well as the gold in the bell. The pads are in good condition, from an overhaul with not too much play time on it. It just got a nice tune up on the already-newish pads, and it plays great! If you love a baritone to have a full, warm voice and great intonation, this is the horn for you. Plus it has the rarity and beauty to make it very special. It’s priced SUPER low for what a quality baritone it is, and there is most certainly only one available!
EchoMaster Baritone Ligature LARGE For Selmer, Vandoren, Yanagisawa, Gale and Similar Mouthpieces$ 165
EchoMaster Baritone Saxophone Ligature for larger bodied baritone saxophone mouthpieces. This is what Brilhart might have made if they had ever made their incredibly popular BB screws ligature for baritone saxophone, instead of just for alto and tenor. Thanks to EchoMaster, now you can play one of these on your baritone mouthpieces too! There are two sizes that fit baritone mouthpieces, so check the photos. I tried this on lots of baritone mouthpieces to see what kinds of them it fits, and I took lots of photos showing fit. Check the slim body baritone ligature listing as well, to see if your mouthpiece falls into that category instead, and email me at [email protected] if you are not sure. This ligature is stamped BT on the side, and it fits larger body mouthpieces. However, it does not fit really large vintage baritone mouthpieces from the 1920’s like the old Conn Eagle, or vintage Lelandais, Martin, Buescher etc. If you have a vintage hard rubber Otto Link, here are a few notes on fit. The very oldest Otto Link Slant Tone Edge like this has a huge body almost like a bass sax mouthpiece, and will not fit this ligature. The Slant immediately after, like this, will fit this ligature. And the modern Tone Edge also fits this ligature, unless it is really slim like a Meyer, in which case you need the Slim body baritone ligature instead.
EchoMaster Baritone Ligature Slim, Mouthpieces For Berg Larsen, RPC, Meyer and Similar Hard Rubber$ 165
EchoMaster Brilhart style ligatures for BARITONE Saxophone now available! If you’re here, you probably know about these ligatures already, but basically, these are an extremely good reproduction of the most desirable vintage ligature that was made by Brilhart in the 50’s and 60’s. This is a special new product sized for baritone saxophone mouthpieces, which Brilhart never made.
I’ve been holding off listing these for a while, because I wanted to figure out which ligature fits which types of mouthpieces. Bari mouthpieces have a lot more variation in diameter than alto or tenor mouthpieces do. The LARGE (BT-stamped) ligature, listed separately at this link, fits Selmer (S80 and Soloist), Otto Link Tone Edge, Gale / MC Gregory, Vandoren, Yanagisawa hard rubber, Rousseau classical and similar.
The SLIM size ligature listed in this listing (T-stamped) fits RPC, Berg Larsen Hard Rubber, Rousseau Jazz, Rico Metallite, Meyer, and other slim baritone saxophone mouthpieces. It also fits most hard rubber tenor saxophone mouthpieces, which could be handy for some people.Soon, I will add a listing for metal Otto Link baritone mouthpieces soon, but this is the ligature that fits metal link bari pieces, and a lot of other similar bari pieces, if you’re curious.
King New Voll True Baritone Original Silver Plate Near Mint Insane$ 1,950
Selmer Case Only Mark VI Baritone Mint Unbelievable$ 650
Selmer Mark VI Baritone Low A 175659$ 10,500
Gorgeous original lacquer Selmer Mark VI baritone saxophone with a great Walt Johnson case!
Yamaha YBS-52 Baritone Very Good Condition Plays Well 14987$ 4,850
The Yamaha YBS-52 baritone is a modern classic. It is the go-to baritone of virtually everybody who wants the best quality modern baritone saxophone, and who doesn’t want to spend $8-12k on it. The YBS-52 has many traits to recommend it to prospective baritone buyers. Firstly, it’s built like a tank. These horns take a beating and just keep playing great. They’re easy to repair, they feel great under the fingers, and they tune well too. Compared to a much more expensive YBS-62, you are only missing the high F#, and who cares about that on baritone?
Yamaha just stopped making the YBS-52, ostensibly because it was too expensive to produce and turn a profit on. So they came out with the cheaply made and inferior YBS-480 to fill their intermediate baritone position on the roster. But you should most definitely get a YBS-52 instead of a 480, as anyone who knows about saxophones will tell you.
This particular one is in great shape, and was a one-owner horn that was sold only to cover some expenses, but would have been kept otherwise. It’s in very good playing condition and it also comes with a nice, SKB contoured baritone case with wheels. The SKB reduces the weight of the horn by about 10 lbs versus the wood case that the 52 normally comes in, and it protects the horn better too, so it’s a valuable upgrade for anyone, and especially for a student. The YBS-52 always holds its value extremely well, and even moreso now, when there is bound to be increasing demand and there is no longer the option to buy one new.
Only one available!
Yanagisawa BWO10 Baritone Saxophone Brand New Fantastic Deal!$ 8,350
Brand new Yanagisawa BWO10 professional baritone saxophone that is here and in stock now, ready to ship. These are backordered almost everywhere, whether it says that when you checkout or not. Good luck getting one from the places I find when I google this model. They’re not actually there – if you get one elsewhere, you will likely have to wait for it to be manufactured and then drop shipped from overseas. Which isn’t what you really want when buying a saxophone this big. You want a shop to do a new horn checkup on it, like this one got, and make sure everything is playing perfectly and setup properly, so that you get the full joy of playing a brand new baritone saxophone. The low register experience is incomparable – the low Bb and A just come out like any other note! Intonation is fantastic. Ergonomics likewise.
Unfortunately there is only one available. So once that’s sold, it may be some time before I get another one, with the long backorders there are for new Yanagisawa saxophones at present.