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  • Selmer BA Tenor 27256-4

    Selmer Balanced Action Tenor 27xxx Great Deal!

    $ 4,999

    This is a beautiful Selmer Balanced Action tenor priced low to sell quickly to a lucky player somewhere. Get it now and get it overhauled, and you will have a super horn for a good price.


  • Yanagisawa Whitehall Soprano 5752546-01

    Yanagisawa S6 Soprano Saxophone Mark VI on a Budget!

    $ 1,750

    The Yanagisawa S6 soprano is a professionally-built Selmer Mark VI style soprano that feels, sounds, and plays the same as a Mark VI soprano, if not better. Get it now for a low price.


  • Selmer Series II Tenor 433565-10

    Selmer Super Action 80 Series II Tenor Saxophone 433xxx Great Deal!

    $ 3,450

    A new Series II tenor costs $7489 online! This one is a fraction of that, priced to sell. It also includes the cool Selmer contoured flight case. Key risers can be removed and returned to stock if you want.


  • Selmer Mark VI Alto 165406-11

    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 88102-6

    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 SBA Tenor 53620-6

    Selmer Super Balanced Action Tenor from 1953 Original Lacquer Original Pads!

    $ 14,999

    It is hard to find a nicer Selmer Super Balanced Action tenor than this. It has almost all of its original lacquer, all original pads, original metal resonators, original, undamaged neck. No dents or dings, it even smells new.


  • Sold OutSelmer SBA Tenor 40638-9

    Selmer Super Balanced Action Tenor 40xxx 1949 Coltrane Serial Overhauled

    Selmer Super Balanced Action Tenor 40638. This horn has been relacquered, but besides the new coat of paint, it is almost as nice as a new horn. It just had a superb top-shelf overhaul and has had no significant past damage. This horn is tight and ready to go, and has that sound.


  • Selmer Mark VI Alto 144048-7

    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 RI Alto 19749-7

    Selmer Radio Improved Alto Original Silver Plate Beautiful

    $ 4,500

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


  • Selmer BA Baritone 25864-1

    Selmer Balanced Action Baritone Rare and Gorgeous!

    $ 6,000

    Selmer Balanced Action Baritone with Matt Stohrer setup for the price of a Yamaha 52. This is one of only 35 baritones made in the 25000-26000 serial range, and is in excellent physical and cosmetic condition.


  • Sold OutSelmer Mark VI Alto 168292-9

    Selmer Mark VI Alto 168xxx Exceptional Player

    Best horn for your money in a Mark VI alto right now. If you want a bright, projecting Mark VI alto, this is the one to get. It has a great overhaul also.


  • SelmerPadlessTenor29008-9

    Selmer Padless Tenor Original Lacquer Beautiful #29008

    $ 3,650

    Here’s a horn that should be part of any serious saxophone collection. It’s a Balanced-Action-Era Selmer Padless tenor saxophone, built in collaboration between Selmer Elkhart and Buescher, in the late 1930’s. This might be the nicest one in the world, with no damage, no past repairs, original lacquer, gorgeous engraving. Priced to sell!


  • SelmerTenor35713-34

    Selmer SBA Tenor From 1947 Fresh Overhaul!

    $ 7,500

    Super deal on a Selmer SBA Tenor. This horn got a full high-end overhaul, and it plays effortlessly. If you don’t care that the lacquer is not original, you can save a ton of money and get a great vintage SBA.


  • Selmer Serie II Alto 550024-7

    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.


  • selmersuperbari18781-7

    Selmer Super Sax Baritone Unique Original Permagold Finish 18xxx

    $ 7,950

    One-of-a-kind Selmer Super Sax baritone with original Permagold plate finish. This is ultimate collectible Selmer baritone for the discerning saxophone collector or player.


  • selmeralto624751-9

    Selmer Series III Alto Near Mint Beautiful! 624xxx

    $ 3,750

    Incredible deal on an almost new Series III Alto!


  • SelmerVIAlto145103-7

    Selmer Mark VI Alto from 1967 145xxx Near Mint Original Condition

    $ 11,500

    Nearly pristine 145k serial VI alto = as good as it gets in a Mark VI alto. This is a 10/10 collectible condition VI from the best vintage. If it doesn’t sell, it goes back in my collection.


  • SelmerSeries1Alto376496

    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.

     


  • SelmerMarkVISoprano187825-18

    Selmer Mark VI Soprano 187xxx Original Lacquer Plays Great!

    $ 4,500
    This is a beautiful, original lacquer example of a Selmer Mark VI soprano saxophone. It has all ORIGINAL lacquer and no past damage at all. No dents, dings, resolders, or other repairs. Just got a fresh thorough setup by Matt Stohrer, and it plays great. It includes the original case also. It is pretty hard to find a clean and beautiful Mark VI like this. This horn also has extensive hand engraving and looks just great. It keyed up to high F#.

  • SelmerSa801alto334k-7

    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.


  • G15

    Selmer Air Flow short shank tenor mouthpiece G15

    $ 599

    Selmer Air Flow short shank tenor mouthpiece, precursor to the “Soloist” model and would have been the original mouthpiece supplied with a Selmer Super (Balanced) Action tenor saxophone. This mouthpiece is in good physical condition, featuring a small rollover baffle and medium circular squeeze throat chamber. Teeth marks on the beak have been expertly repaired, probably at the same time it was refaced, which appears to be recently. The facing, which is not original, measure .074. Refaced by Ted Klum, not signed, with a minimal amount of material removed as evidenced by the oval D marking on the table being nearly completely intact.


  • Sold OutF25 - 1296

    Dukoff Supersonic Selmer Elkhart Tenor BP 8* 115 F25

    This is a Selmer Elkhart tenor piece that Brian Powell refaced. It has a .115 tip opening, a rollover baffle, curved side walls, and a large round chamber. This piece looks almost new.


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    Selmer Elkhart Dukoff Supersonic 8 Tenor BP E34

    $ 375

    This is a Dukoff Supersonic/ Zimberoff House of Note mouthpiece blank that Bobby Dukoff made for Selmer. That is why it is stamped Selmer Elkhart NY. You see this same blank with several other names stamped on it as well. The Dukoff/Zimberoff version has more hand finishing in the baffle than the Selme Elkhart version, so I sent this to Brian Powell to have that work done, and to be opened up to a .110 or 8 tip. It now plays great, with a fairly open, dark, complex tone that is on the punchier side (for a vintage hard rubber piece) and has a nice buzz to it. These are among my favorite vintage mouthpieces. Here’s a chance to get one that plays its best at a price that competes with current production mouthpieces, than-which it is far superior in materials, tone, and finish work. This piece has a rollover baffle, curved side walls, and a large round chamber.


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    Selmer Soloist Style Long Shank C* Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece E11

    $ 225

    This is a Selmer Soloist Style Long Shank C*. These mouthpieces look identical to the Soloists but they do not have soloist engraved on the table and are therefore called Soloist style. These mouthpieces also have less of a rollover baffle than the soloist. This piece has a .068 tip opening, a slight rollover baffle, a horse shoe chamber, and straight side walls. The piece has a few scratches and is a bit discolored, but no playability issues.


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    Selmer Soloist Style Long Shank C* Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece E09

    $ 225

    This is a Selmer Soloist Style Long Shank C*. These mouthpieces are identical to the Soloist mouthpieces except that they do not have soloist stamped onto the table. They also have less of a rollover baffle than the soloists. It has a .068 tip opening, straight side walls, a slight rollover baffle, and a horse shoe chamber. There are some scratches and wear on the bite plate, but other than that it looks untouched.


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    Selmer Goldentone 3 Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece D97

    $ 20

    This is a Selmer Goldentone 3 for alto. It has a .066 tip opening, a slight rollover baffle, straight side walls, and a medium sized oval chamer. Other than the wear on the bite plate this piece is in excellent condition.


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    Selmer S80 D Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece D84

    $ 75

    This is a S80 D for alto saxophone. It has a .071 tip opening, straight side walls, a slight rollover baffle, and a square chamber. This piece would make for a very open sounding classical piece.


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    Selmer Vintage Metal E Tenor – Early “Jazz” model?

    $ 299

    This is a Selmer Short Shank Metal E. It has a .089 tip opening, a small/medium round chamber, fluted sides, and not much baffle. This piece will polish up nicely, and it plays very well. It comes with the ligature and cap. This is the early Selmer metal tenor piece that later became the “Jazz” model. These pieces have a dedicated following and do play quite well – much darker than you might expect, if you automatically think metal=bright.


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    Johnston-Selmer NY Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece BP D77

    $ 275

    This is a Johnston-Selmer NY alto piece that Brian Powell opened up to a .072. It has curved side walls, a slight rollover baffle, and a large round chamber. There are some scratches on the table, but nothing that should affect the playability.


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    Selmer S80 C* Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece D76 The Worst

    $ 79

    Here is a Selmer C* S80 tenor piece. This piece has a smallish tip opening and a square chamber, giving it a narrow dynamic range and a stuffy, nasal tone. Some band directors require these mouthpieces, as do many saxophone teachers, so I always have tons of them around here. But if I had my way, they would all be incinerated or melted down. I mean this specifically about the tenor pieces – the altos and sopranos are nice for beginner players. If you are required to buy this piece by some ill-informed authority figure, then please do the following two things. First, buy a used one, rather than paying the ridiculously high new price that Selmer charges, and second, let me know, and I will help you to find another piece that will actually give your otherwise-nice-sounding tenor the kind of tone that it deserves to have.


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    Selmer S80 C* Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece D70

    $ 75

    This is a Selmer S80 C* for alto saxophone. These mouthpieces are often recommended by high school band directors. This piece has a .069 tip opening, no baffle, straight side walls, and a square chamber. There is some wear on the bite plate and some scratches from a ligature.


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    Selmer Larry Teal Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece LT D64

    $ 129

    This is a Selmer Tenor LT. These mouthpieces were requested by Larry Teal after the soloist mouthpieces had been out for a while. It has a round chamber instead of the square one. It has a .068 tip opening, no baffle, and straight side walls. There is a bit of wear on the bite plate but other than that it is in great shape.


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    Selmer Vintage S* Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece D46

    $ 350

    This is a Selmer S*. It has a .065 tip opening, no baffle, curved side rails, and a medium sized round chamber. This mouthpiece is in great condition.


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    Selmer S90 Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece D44

    $ 99

    This is a Selmer Alto S90. These mouthpieces are really similar to the S80’s, but they have a slightly larger square chamber. It has a tip opening of .068, straight side walls, and no baffle. There is a bit of dirt and grim on this piece but nothing that won’t be easy to remove.


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    Selmer HS** Clarinet Mouthpiece D34

    $ 90

    Contact us to reserve this item. This is a Selmer Clarinet HS**. It has a .050 tip opening. There is a bit of wear on the bite plate and the piece needs a new cork.


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    Selmer Soloist Style Long Shank C* Alto D21

    $ 999

    This is a Selmer Soloist Style Long Shank C*. These mouthpieces look identical to the Soloist but do not have soloist stamped onto the table. They also have less of a rollover baffle than the soloist. This piece has a .070 tip opening, no baffle, straight side walls, and a horse shoe chamber. This piece is in excellent condition.


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    Selmer Elkhart NY Dukoff Supersonic Tenor BP .100 C98

    $ 399

    This is a Dukoff Supersonic/ Zimberoff House of Note mouthpiece blank that Bobby Dukoff made for Selmer. That is why it is stamped Selmer Elkhart NY. You see this same blank with several other names stamped on it as well. The Dukoff/Zimberoff version has more hand finishing in the baffle than the Selmer Elkhart version, so I sent this to Brian Powell to have that work done, and to be opened up to a .100 or 7 tip. It now plays great, with a fairly open sound that is on the punchier side (for a vintage hard rubber piece) and has a nice buzz to it. This piece has a rollover baffle, curved side walls, and a large round chamber.


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    Selmer Soloist Long Shank Tenor 8 BP 110 C19


  • C16

    Selmer Scroll C Metal Soprano Saxophone Mouthpiece C16

    $ 299

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    Selmer Adolphe Sax Baritone Rare and Unique

    $ 5,500

    The ultimate collectible baritone – this is a hybrid Selmer Adolphe Sax baritone made in the 1930’s by Selmer Paris using some Selmer parts and some parts from the Adolphe Sax company, bought by Selmer.