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  • Conn New Wonder 1 C soprano 136795 Excellent Condition Original Silver Plate RARE

    $ 1,350

    Price just reduced 4/19/21! This is an excellent deal on a beautiful Conn C soprano in original silver plate. This is on consignment from a serious Conn collector who has excellent taste in saxophones! It almost looks new, the original silver plate is in such good shape. There are at least a few nice vintage Bb Conn sopranos out there, but a C soprano is at least 5x as rare. You don’t see these available often at all. And this one is about as nice as they come! You’ll want to get it repadded if you’re going to be playing it seriously. It currently is in a Bb soprano case, as we didn’t get a C soprano case with it. It certainly has plenty of padding, though you have a little extra room at the end of the case for extra storage.

    Only one available!

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    King Soprano Saxophone Gold Plate Fresh Overhaul Amazing! 99847

    $ 3,250

    Just freshly overhauled!! This got a full restoration, so it’s back to like new mechanical condition.This is the vintage soprano you should get!

    This amazing gold plated King soprano saxophone will blow the walls down. It is in excellent condition, with nearly all the original gold plate intact. It has just received a full overhaul and restoration, which is not a small job on a 90 year old instrument. It is now back in like-new playing condition and ready to make music for many many years to come.

    King sopranos are rare, and were only made in low pitch (regular concert pitch). They tune nicely, and have a big, warm, medium-focused tone that is less polite sounding than a Buescher, and really fills a room with ease. This example in gold plate and in such amazingly good condition is extremely rare. The great depression in 1929 spelled the end of most of the saxophone market, and marked the end of most makers building sopranos in any kind of quantities. So it’s not surprising that you don’t see a King soprano later than this serial. This is one of the very last ones made, and the latest serial I have seen. The later the better is my motto on vintage sopranos generally speaking, so getting a late one also in gold plate is really exceptional.

    Only one available!

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    LeBayle Ebonite Studio S7 Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC421 Meyer 5 Good player!

    $ 225

    Fred LeBayle is basically out of business these days, after tanking his reputation in a big way. This is a rare chance to get a really good one from when he was doing his best work. Nicely made example of a LeBayle Studio alto mouthpiece in an S7 facing, measuring .075″ which means that it plays more like a Meyer 5 tip. This piece has a high baffle for a crisp, projecting alto sound like you’d want in the studio for commercial music or smooth jazz etc. The larger bullet chamber gives you some warmth and complexity, but it’s mostly crisp bright power that I hear.

  • Powell Silver Eagle SE10 Alto One of 18 Made – all options solid silver +Matt Stohrer Overhau

    $ 12,000

    For your viewing pleasure, this is one of the 18 Powell Silver Eagle saxophones made. Powell conceived of an ambitious project to bring back an American-made saxophone of the highest quality. Inspired by the Super 20 SilverSonic, the Silver Eagle reproduces the bore while adding solid silver soldered tone holes and modern keywork. Powell sadly ended their project after making only 18 saxophones, despite high demand, due to the high cost of production. This horn plays like a good super 20 but a little more evenly, and has been completely overhauled by Matt Stohrer. This is the ultimate collectible among modern saxophones, and it is also a burning player. Asking price is just what these cost new, plus a little extra since it got a $1500 overhaul on top of that! It’s not even inflated for the collectibility value, which is probably not smart of me, but there it is. If you want to discuss all the details of this project, I can put you in touch with the people who built it. These were most definitely a new saxophone bore and neck design, inspired by the best King Super 20 SilverSonic altos, both according to them and according to the folks who bought the tooling and mandrels when the project ended. The keywork is modified from tooling bought from B&S, which accounts for the pinky table that sticks out farther than it would on something like a Yamaha.

    There is most certainly only one available. This one has all the possible factory options, which only a subset of Powell Silver Eagles had – including the solid silver tone holes and even cryo treatment. Of the 18 saxophones built, I know at least a couple of them were brass bell, and some others lacked other of these features. This is one of the ones with everything, which makes it even more collectible. Includes the original accessories, case, and paperwork.

    Just for fun, here’s Matt Stohrer’s repairman’s overview from when he overhauled it.

  • Selmer Dorsey Alto (Radio Improved / BA Hybrid) Super Rare + Matt Stohrer Overhaul

    $ 14,500
  • SML Super 46 Tenor Rare! Original Silver Plate Overhauled Good Condition

    $ 4,750
  • Yamaha YAS-82ZULPW Rare Unlacquered “Hand Selected by Phil Woods” with Signed Paperwork

    $ 5,900
  • Yamaha YTS-82ZM Tenor Rare 1 of 50 Matte Gold Lacquer Finish Near Mint

    $ 3,950

    The Yamaha 82ZM Tenor saxophone is one of the main go-to professional tenor saxophones in today’s market. It’s the Lexus of pro saxophones – it’s beautiful, stylish, dependable, and it just plays easily. Intonation is easy; keywork is easy. It’s easy to get a nice tone, and it works well with almost any mouthpiece that you pick.

    The Yamaha 82ZM tenor saxophone almost always comes in regular lacquered brass finish. Any other finish in an 82Z is rare, and most alternate finishes have to be special ordered. THIS one is not even available by special order. I had never seen a Yamaha in this ‘matte gold’ lacquer finish before. The Yamaha USA Pro Shop told me that this is one of only 50 that Yamaha made as a special limited edition run. So it’s definitely one of the rarest finishes you can get on the Yamaha 82Z tenor.

    This Yamaha 82zm tenor is in excellent condition. It almost could pass for a new saxophone, but it has been played at least a few times and shows very minor signs of use. It’s just tuned up, plays great, needs nothing, and is about as close to new condition as one could hope for. If you’ve been looking for a Yamaha 82Z Tenor saxophone, and you want something extra special, then this could be the one for you!

    Only one available!