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Conn 30M Tenor Connqueror Original Lacquer Fresh Overhaul Great!$ 6,500
This is among the nicest 30M’s that I have had for sale in a long time! It has a fresh high-end overhaul! There is nothing like a Conn 30M for beauty, build quality, and a big, powerful Jazz Era tone. In my opinion, if you can get a nice vintage Conn to play, you should.
King Super 20 Tenor Full Pearls From 1951 Original Lacquer$ 5,500
This is one of the nicest King Super 20 Tenors that I have had in for sale. It is in gorgeous original condition, with original pads. Nobody has messed with this horn. The factory gold lacquer is still on the solid silver neck! A really clean King is about 10x harder to find than a clean Mark VI, and this is it.
Yanagisawa B9930 Baritone Solid Silver + Silver Plate $14,000 new!$ 8,750
This is a beautiful (partially) solid silver Yanagisawa baritone. Yanagisawa makes the best baritones in the world today, and they always have a wait to get one from the factory. This bari costs $14000 to buy new today. It has the floor peg which you can only get special order in Japan.
King Zephyr Special Tenor Full Pearls Original Lacquer Stohrer Overhaul!$ 6,950
One of the finest examples of a King Zephyr Special that I have seen. Overhauled by one of the finest repairmen, and one of the finest playing vintage tenors period. Includes a nice, new case also.
King Zephyr Special Tenor from 1937 Original Lacquer$ 5,500
Is the Zephyr Special the best tenor ever made? A tone to die for, and made to be deluxe in every way that it can be, this is the vintage tenor to get. I play one much like this already, or I’d be keeping it.
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!
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.
King Zephyr Special Tenor Original Lacquer 1939 229xxx$ 4,900
This is a gorgeous, original lacquer King Zephyr Special. These are hard to find, and nothing sounds like them. I play a ZS alto and tenor. If I ever get to help make a saxophone, it will be based on this model. It’s hard to beat.