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  • Buffet S1 Alto Saxophone Excellent 23821

    $ 2,100
  • Conn 26M VIII Connqueror Alto Original Lacquer Excellent! 292445

    $ 3,550

    This is a beautiful example of a rare Conn Connqueror 26M Alto saxophone with original lacquer and VIII stamp. The Connqueror is the most mechanically sophisticated saxophone that Conn ever made. It is a pre-war 6M body tube and neck, with all new keywork design, extra engraving, and solid silver on all the key touches that are not pearl. The ‘permadjust’ system is the big development on the Connqueror altos. You can read about that on Matt Stohrer’s website, or watch his repairman’s overview of the 26M on Youtube. This one has its bits and bobs intact, and is in very good condition. It just got overhauled before I bought it, so the pads are all new! ┬áCosmetically, this horn is just great, with only some minor lacquer wear. It has to be one of the nicest 26M Connqueror altos out there. Definitely the nicest one for sale currently, and priced very reasonably. I really like this one.

    Only one available!

  • King Saxello Soprano Original Silver Excellent Condition 72077

    $ 2,750
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    Selmer Super Action 80 Series II Alto Excellent and Fresh Overhaul Primo! 438732

    $ 4,250
  • SML King Marigaux Soprano Saxophone Gold Medal 2 Excellent 25321

    $ 2,250
  • Yamaha YAS-275 Intermediate Alto Saxophone Excellent 112937

    $ 1,500
  • Yanagisawa A901 Alto Excellent Condition Plays Great 259808

    $ 2,350

    This Yanagisawa A901 alto is in excellent condition, very good pad condition, and plays effortlessly. The A901 has been one of my top recommendations for a modern alto saxophone for many years, and it remains an unbeatable value. It’s a fully professional alto that is built in Japan to the highest standards (my repairman says Yanagisawa is the best built saxophone in the world), but it’s priced the same as if you bought a new Yamaha 26 student alto made in China. That’s wild. It’s a fully pro horn that won’t really depreciate at all, for the price of a student horn. The intonation is great, tone is medium between bright and dark, and can go in either a classical/concert band or a jazz/pop direction depending entirely on what mouthpiece you use. This one has just a little bit of wear from use, but nothing significant, and it’s ready to play for a long time with only minor periodic checkups, just like any saxophone. If you want a do-it-all alto for an affordable price, that is fully professional and built to last, this is it! It holds its value well too, which is nice for parents.

    Only one available!