1939 Keilwerth New King Series I alto saxophone, silver plate

  SOLD If you are looking for a very interesting and rare piece of saxophonic history and a barn-burner professional alto at a bargain-basement price, you’ve found it. This is my 1939 Keilwerth New King series I alto saxophone.  This one is silver plate, is in excellent physical condition, and is engraved “King” on the …

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1935 Conn 6M alto saxophone, silver plate and Metro neck

  SOLD   This is a beautiful condition early Conn 6M professional alto saxophone, serial 268xxx in original silver plate. Built in 1935, this horn features the STD’D M (Metro) neck, the rocking right hand thumbrest, and underslung microtuner neck. These horns are known for their big sound, super comfortable ergonomics (although for some players …

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1940 Conn 10M Tenor Saxophone, Original Lacquer

  SOLD If you’ve been waiting for a Conn 10M that possesses all of the qualities that make the 10M one of the best saxophones ever made, you’ve found it. This is a beautiful pre-war Conn 10M tenor saxophone with rolled tone holes and original lacquer in very good condition.   It has just been …

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Conn New Wonder/6M Transitional Alto Saxophone

SOLD   This is a 1930 Conn “Transitional” alto saxophone, one of the earliest variations to be found as the Conn saxophones evolved from the New Wonder Series II (aka “Chu Berry” horns) to the M-series saxophones. This saxophone has split bell keys, a microtuner neck, a New Wonder II style left-hand pinky table, and …

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1953 SML (Strasser-Marigaux-Lemaire) “Revision D” alto saxophone

SOLD This is a beautiful 1953 made-in-Paris SML Revision D (Rev. D) alto saxophone in original lacquer. This design, with its rolled toneholes, stack adjustment screws, opposite-sprung octave mechanism, and removable neck locking ring would form the basis for SML’s “Gold Medal” model after winning several gold medal awards at the International Music Exhibition at …

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Gold-Plated Martin Handcraft Baritone Saxophone (High F)

SOLD   This is a gold-plated 1928 Martin Handcraft baritone saxophone, keyed from low Bb to high F, recently overhauled with reso-tech reusable brass dome resonators. It plays very well, with a rich, dark and powerful tone. The horn itself is in excellent physical condition (especially for a baritone) and the overhaul work done (Mike …

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