Saxophones for sale:
This 1952 Conn 10M Tenor Saxophone has just had its COA and wow! can it play! It has that Sonny Rollins 50’s
St. Thomas sound. That Link mouthpiece does not come with the horn however and I gotta keep it. It has the original case. $3200.00
This Selmer Bundy Alto Saxophone is a fine place to start to play. It just had 1/2 the pads replaced and comes with a solid case, mouthpiece and neckstrap. $650.00
This 1949 Conn “Lady” 10M Tenor Saxophone has been completely restored with new pads, corks and set screws. It has that big brawny sound these horns are known for. It comes with a Protec case and no mouthpiece. $2500.00
This is a beautiful 1968 Selmer VI Alto Saxophone. I just overhauled it with all new pads, corks, resonators and replaced the finger pearls. This is the holy grail. $6,995.00
This gorgeous gold plated Buescher Soprano Saxophone 1924 has just been overhauled and what a beauty it is. Intonation is good, it comes with the original case, no mouthpiece. The body is in really good shape, there is a brass strip near the top, I think it was made to cover a crack but I do not want to remove it. It does not affect the sound. For $2,195.00 it's yours.
1959 "The Martin Alto" Committee Saxophone. The kind Art Pepper played. $1,995.00
Saxophone Mouthpieces: Most of these mouthpieces are for Alto Saxophone. There are Lawton, Phil Barone, Selmer, Meyer, Ott Link, Morgan and more. Prices are from $125–400.
This is a used Selmer VI alto neck. It can be fit to your saxophone. $500
Coming soon: “The Martin Alto”. Looking for a neck and will pay handsomely. $1,995.00
Coming soon: Bundy Tenor sax, $725.00
I am proud to be the only musical store in the United Sates to introduce and carry the Abelet Clarinet and Saxophone ligature. I've been using it now on my Alto Saxophone and it brings a wonderful clarity to the sound and articulations. Come on in and try it out.
Each ligature comes with three plates each of which holds the reed in a different way and provides an option of different sounds, attack and response.
The best way to find out is to come in and try it!
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